About our Tech Savvy Seniors courses
Tech Savvy Seniors (60+) is an initiative of the NSW Ageing Strategy and is funded through a partnership between the NSW Government and Telstra.
This hands-on computer based course takes you step by step through how to create, edit and manage your Facebook accounts. Learn the basics of creating posts, unloading photos and maintain private settings. Please bring email address and password, and facebook password if you already have an account. [More]
You no longer need to head to the bank branch to perform every transaction, and you can buy just about anything you need online without ever stepping outside your door. You can transfer money, pay bills, buy groceries and other goods, and even make all your travel arrangements online. This workshop will walk you through the basics of the internet in readiness to explore the world off online shopping, whether you want to book a holiday or buy groceries. We will walk you through the... [More]
Understanding your PC is designed for the complete computer beginner and includes starting the PC, logging in, using and understanding desktop icons and their links to underlying programs, navigating a directory structure, saving work, printing and closing down the PC. Jargon free language is used and the pace of presentation is not rushed. A useful course before proceeding with Windows based software packages. Fullfills the requirements for ICAU1128B Operate a Personal Computer... [More]
Learn to use your iPad and all its core apps in this practical hands-on workshop. Please bring your charged iPad with you. The Tech Savvy Seniors Program is part of the NSW Ageing Strategy which was launched in July 2012 by the Minister for Ageing at City East Community College and is an initiative of the NSW Aging Strategy, funded through a partnership between the NSW Government and Telstra. [More]
Over 60 and entering the information super highway late in life – this 1 day workshop will ensure you get the most from your Mac computer. Covering the Desktop, Dock, Finder and Menu bar. Discover how to store files and folders on the desktop. Use the Finder to find anything on your Mac by using the sidebar to help you navigate. Choose to view your windows as icons, lists, or columns. Explore the Dock icons for the Finder, Launchpad, Mission Control, Mail, Safari, FaceTime, Address... [More]
Over 60 - Come and explore the world of personal computing in a course designed for the complete computer beginner and includes starting the PC, logging in, using and understanding desktop icons and their links to underlying programs, navigating a directory structure, saving work, printing and closing down the PC. Learn the basic principles of how to use your computer to do simple word processing and other basic computer tasks such as saving files and printing. Jargon free language... [More]