Following the success of previous computer courses Crosspool Forum, together with the Heeley Development Trust and tutor Wendy, will be running a further five-week introductory to Computers for Beginners in the Scout Hall on Benty Lane Crosspool.
Classes start on Monday 23 June 2014, 10am-12pm. Laptops are provided. The full five-week course costs £35, or £10 for concessions.
Anyone wishing to join the course should contact Saima or Yvonne at Heeley Development Trust on 0114 250 0613 or Ian at Crosspool Forum on firstname.lastname@example.org : – Tele 07713 687 955.
Crosspool Forum is helping organise three more courses to help those less confident using computers and tablets build their skills. They take place on different days, starting the week commencing 13 January 2014 at the Scout Hall on Benty Lane.
Learn how to us an iPad/tablet. Starts Tuesday 14 January 2014, 10am–12pm.
Moving On course
This course is suitable for those who attended the ‘iPad/tablet for Beginners’ course or who already have some knowledge of iPads/tablets. Starts Friday 17 January 2014, 10am–12pm.
Internet & Email course
Learn how to create an email address, surf and navigate your way around the internet. Starts Monday 13 January 2014, 1pm – 3pm
An iPad or laptop is provided, but please feel free to bring your own if you have one.
All courses are held at St John’s Scout Hut, Benty Lane, Crosspool, S10 5NF and cost just £10 for the whole course.
Four new National Open College Network (NOCN) computer courses are starting next month in Crosspool. The topics for this term’s courses are:
Desk top publishing
Computers For Beginners
Internet and Emailing
Computers For Everyday Life – Absolute Beginners
More details are on the poster below, including the start and expected finish dates for each course.
Perhaps you have a friend or relative who would be interested in building their confidence on a computer? Anyone wishing to join any of these courses should contact Ian, Crosspool Forum, on 0114 335 1674 or email email@example.com.
Do you know anyone in Crosspool who is a learner with little confidence or who has not used ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) before?
If you know someone who is having difficulty getting to grips with word processing, presentations, spreadsheets, or using the internet and sending emails, why not suggest that they book a place on one of our two-hourly classes?
A laptop is provided and a projector is used to display lessons on to a large screen.
The Crosspool Forum’s next computer courses, for beginner’s and the more advanced, are scheduled to run for a 10 week term from January 2012. Registrations, 9.30am Friday 6TH January, St Columba’s Church Hall, Manchester Road.
Two new computing courses started last Friday at St Columba’s church hall on Manchester Road.
The 12-week IT National College Introduction to ICT course is for beginners with no knowledge or just a basic knowledge of computers. It starts at 9am each Friday and is followed by a more advanced course at 11:45am.
Students are asked to pay just £30 for a 12-week course, with concessions for those on benefits.
Advanced students wishing to gain experience using the internet are also given the option of attending a course at a Foxhill computer suite taking place on either Monday or Thursday mornings.
Anyone wishing to join a course should contact Ian Hague on 0114 335 1674.