Digital Skills for Citizens Programme
The Digital Skills for Citizens programme provides basic internet and computer skills training to people with little or no knowledge or experience of using a computer or laptop.
It is also of benefit to people who have not had an opportunity to update their basic computer skills using internet based applications.
The programme is open to everyone and training is delivered in local areas across Sligo. Training sessions can be either one-to-one or in small groups. A total of eight hours training is delivered to each participant over four two hour sessions.
Topics covered include learning how:
- you can keep in touch with family and friends on SKYPE & Social Media
- to tax your car online
- to use online banking
- to send and receive emails
- to upload photographs to your computer
- to do online shopping
The course is available in community centres in Ballintrillick, Ballymote, Collooney, Dromore West, Easkey, Enniscrone, Grange, Gurteen, Tubbercurry and Sligo town.
Find out more:
For further information contact:
David/Paula on 071 9141155
This project was undertaken by Sligo Leader Partnership as part of our Education and Lifelong Learning supports under the SICAP programme.