Playford Library has FREE Information Technology and Computing sessions that can help you upskill your knowledge for employment.
Playford libraries digital literacy officer Jasmine Pugh has developed the programs to help people seeking work at any stage of their careers and they can be accessed at beginner or intermediate levels and include group or individual sessions.
"Our aim is to equip those who attend our sessions with the basic IT skills required to gain employment,” Miss Pugh said.
All sessions are FREE but require bookings, as places are limited.
The following programs are on offer*: IT Classes
Monthly group sessions are held on the first Friday of every month at the Civic Centre Library (1.30 PM to 3.30 PM).
Each session is FREE and specific to a program or computing need.
Click HERE for booking information.
Are you struggling to understand technology?
Attend a FREE group session on the last Friday of every month (1.30 PM to 3.30 PM) at the Civic Centre Library, where IT problems such as computing, iPad and Smart Phone use are discussed.
Afternoon tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided and no bookings are required.
Click HERE for more info.
Do you need help setting up an email account, or to use the internet?
Book an hour with the Playford Library’s digital literacy officer to assist with your troubleshooting needs.
CLICK for more information for Wednesdays at Stretton Centre Library.
CLICK for more information for Thursdays at Civic Centre Library.
Bookings are essential (8256 0333). *IT Classes topic vary each month. Please ensure you book ahead to avoid disappointment.