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Computer lessons for seniors

Seniors, are you experiencing computer and mobile phone problems, then worry no more as help is available at the Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club in Maclean.  Everyone has the potential to have gaps in their basic computer skills regardless of how long they’ve used a computer. Start your learning journey from the beginning, or refresh your memory during Term 3 and learn lots of skills when working on computers and portable digital devices.

The Clarence Valley Seniors Computer Club is advising members and seniors in the Clarence valley that Term 3 started on Monday May 6 and ends on Friday June 21.

The club is currently taking classes for Term 3 and seniors need to be financial members before registering into classes.

The Seniors Computer Club offers members the latest technology relating to computers, smart phones, iPads and tablets, even smart televisions. The format for all classes is a two hour duration time frame including a tea/coffee break. The class lessons have a maximum of 10 and each member has a working computer to gain hands on lessons. Members who attend other portable device classes like phones, iPads or tablets need to bring their own devices.

A printed Term 3 class schedule is available at the club or this can be down-loaded from the club’s website www.cvsccmaclean.org.au.

The club is open to all seniors 50 years and over and class lessons are only available to financial members.

The club is located at 48 River Street, just a short walk from the Maclean post office.

The club is fully air conditioned offering its members a friendly comfortable, non-competitive environment to learn.

Seniors seeking more information can phone 6645 4005 during office hours, 9am to 4pm Monday to Friday.

Bob MacPherson

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