Digital inclusion

Digital inclusion activities

What does it do?

One-to-one computer tuition is available to older people at many locations across the London Borough of Barnet

Age UK Barnet has teamed up with schools and colleges across the borough to give older people free one-to-one tuition.  This programme runs in participating Barnet schools and colleges in the autumn and winter academic terms only . Dates for the next academic year (starting in September 2015) will be published here as soon as they are available.

This is the perfect opportunity for older people to learn to use computers, improve communication with family and friends, tap into the convenience of online shopping and banking, find out what’s happening close to home and around the world or even research a family tree.  From getting to grips with digital technology, using the latest cameras, videos and mobile phones, or downloading your favourite music, books and movies, there really is something for everybody.

The programme runs in the Age UK Barnet centres and in many schools across the borough.  If you are over 55, live in the London Borough of Barnet and interested in joining, finding out more about this programme or your nearest participating venue,


Library drop-in clinics

Burnt Oak Library Watling Avenue, Burnt Oak, HA8 0UB Mondays 10.30am - 12pm
East Barnet Library 85 Brookhill Road,East Barnet EN4 8SG Thursdays 4pm - 6pm
Edgware Library Hale Lane HA8 8NN Thursdays 10.30am-12pm
South Friern Library Colney Hatch Lane, N10 1HD Thursdays 10.30am - 12pm
North Finchley Library

Ravensdale Road, N12 9HP

 

Tuesdays 5-6.30pm

Who it is for?

For to the older residents of the London Borough of Barnet

Where it is available?

Local service (Barnet).

What it costs:

Computer suites are free for all people over the age of 55.

Details available in brochure

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Info last updated:

03/05/2016