Practical Computer Skills workshops

Practical computer workshops returning in 2017

Our practical computer skills workshops are returning in 2017. We are starting with basic and advanced iPad training, how to set up a blog, and editing Wikipedia.

Sessions are presented by our resident guru, John Travers.

For more information about each session click on the date.

iPad for beginners

Bring your iPad and work through all the basics with the help of a tutorial website for homework and practice. Managing the controls, Apps and how to get them, managing photos, linking to your computer, managing text and more. Option of online follow-up and support.

Tuesday 11th April, 2017

Tuesday 9th May, 2017

Advanced iPad

Bring your iPad and get to know iCloud, Photos, Apple TV, syncing Contacts and Calendar, Google Maps, exploring Apps, managing email and more. Option of online follow up and support.

Tuesday 18th April, 2017

How to set up a blog

Have you ever wanted to set up a travel blog or any blog? This presentation will give you the information you need to establish a simple free blog that can be adapted to a large or small project.

Thursday 13th April, 2017

Editing Wikipedia

The Wikipedia depends on a large pool of volunteer editors. This presentation explains the skills of editing, the easy part, and the larger issues of how to edit appropriately, either to improve and manage a range of sites or to attend to a particular topic of interest.

Thusday 11th May, 2017

All sessions being at 10.00am and bookings must be made to Lyn Rogers on (08) 8232 0422 or lrogers@cotasa.org.au

Cost is $5.00 for members and $10.00 for non-members, Non-membes are welcome to join on the day.