During the Coronavirus outbreak we will not be offering computer courses in Libraries, but if you have a device at home and wish to get started we can offer support by telephone and online. Please email us at email@example.com or use the form below.
If you have a library card there is also access to a whole Digital World including daily national newspapers, magazines, books for a whole age range, learn a language plus a whole lot more.
Feeling left behind when it comes to computers? it's never too late to make a start! Here are the ways we can help you:-
- One to one support over the telephone
- Setting up an email
- Online shopping
- Job searching and CV help
- See and speak to your family and friends via video on Zoom, WhatsApp etc
Plus lots more. Please fill in the form below and we will contact you.
Can I learn at my local library?
All our libraries have public computers where you can access Learn My Way computer courses. Please ask at your local branch or check the Learn My Way website. Alternatively fill in the form below to find out more about learning online.
What is Learn My Way?
Learn My Way courses are short (20 to 40 minutes) courses which show you how to use the computer and to make the most of the internet. If you need help registering for a Learn My Way account please refer to our Learn My Way user guide.
When registering on the Learn My Way website please use our Centre Number 3420931.
I know nothing about computers?
Learn My Way courses are for complete beginners. When you are confident with the basics you can move on to do more advanced courses if you wish.
Computer beginner classes
During the Coronavirus outbreak we will not be offering computer courses in Libraries, but if you have a device at home and wish to get started we can offer telephone support. You can learn at your own pace. Fill in the form below and someone from the team will contact you about next steps.
How much does it cost?
All Learn My Way computer courses are free of charge.
To enrol we will always collect your name, telephone number and the location of your local library.
This information will be stored and used by Digital Inclusion Officers to contact you when slots are available. Once you have been contacted your details will be deleted.
We will not share this information with anyone or any other organisation.
Most issues can be resolved online, it's the quickest and most convenient way to get help.