Our approach to tuition is a fun and focused approach to learning. We make the foreign language of technology as accessible and friendly as possible. Our aim is to decrease the technological divide that exists among the middle age & elderly population. We will do this by providing affordable in home training throughout the region. We offer either one on one training or in a small group (up to four students). We train in your own home, at your own pace and on your own computer. We have very experienced and very patient tutors that work along side you. We provide printed guides that you can refer to and practice at home. If you still need assistance you are welcome to contact us via email or phone and we will sort the problem out for you.

We can offer very basic computer training to the more advanced subjects:

* General Internet Navigation Skills * Setting up & using email * How to upload/download files and photos * Internet Vocabulary * Secure Internet Shopping and ebay

* Free Internet Games * Websites for Seniors * Stocks & Money Management * Healthcare Sites * Safe Internet Banking * Social Media Sites eg Facebook & Twitter.

* Genealogy Sites * Word Processing * How to create greeting cards * Desktop Publishing * Windows Operating System * Using Skype to talk with & see friends

* Use web services such as Google maps & street view, translation services, real estate websites etc.

* iPad Training.

…… and much much more! – click here for a sample list of the courses.

We can show you how to use and ebook, ipad or a smart phone.

We can explain how to protect yourself against identity theft and do your banking online safely.

Learn how to hook up an external hard drive, usb key, mobile phone or digital camera to your computer and transfer data back & forth.

Learn about graphic design programs, web design, word processing, databases, spreadsheets,bookkeeping, accounting & many other programs.

What is “hardware” “software” & “firmware”? – What’s a “blog” and a “tweet“? – Learn the foreign language of computers – jpeg, gif, pict,bmp, doc, docx, pdf, txt, lit, epub,mobi, html, mp3, flac, mp4, m4a, m4b, avi, divx, 3gp, AVCHD, MT2s, asf, wmv, mpeg – the list just goes on and on!

What are “drivers” and “codec’s” and why do you need them on your computer?

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If you’re looking for similar computer basics training in Adelaide we recommend Marty from Computer Lessons at Home


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