Getting started

If you are aged 50 years and over, you can get basic computer training at a Broadband for Seniors kiosk. Broadband for Seniors kiosks offer a friendly and secure environment for you to receive basic training and learn new skills.

What to expect

Volunteer tutors will help you to achieve your individual goals. A good starting point for beginners is this Guide to computer basics. Please take some time to review this guide and then keep it as a handy reference. There are plenty of resources available on this website to help you improve your computer skills, but if you are new to computers it’s best to talk with a tutor first to arrange some training. Your tutor will then set you on the right track.

If you are a bit more advanced, there are free online tutorials that will reinforce your computer skills – and take you even further. You can work through these modules at your own speed or with the guidance of a volunteer tutor. All the resources available on this site can be accessed at home or at a kiosk.

Everyday use

Once you have completed your basic training, you are welcome and encouraged to use the kiosk computers and the Internet for your everyday online needs.