Get Online at Torksey

Staying in touch with family and friends, ordering groceries online, uploading family photographs or doing your banking online; whatever your motivations Community Lincs could help you, or someone you know, get started and get online.

Our free of charge Computing for Beginners is designed for both those that don’t know how to use a computer and want to see how to get up and running and those who wish to improve their basic skills. Run as three sessions on the 11th, 13th and 15th November you can attend one, two or all three sessions to get maximum benefit. Each session starts at 10.00am and finishes at 1.00pm. They will take place in the Hume Arms.

You don’t need to feel concerned about getting involved as feedback from previous events suggests it’s a comfortable and safe environment. Delegates from Caistor said:

”A thoroughly enjoyable and informative course, I felt that the teachers were genuinely interested in our problems and were anxious to solve them.”

“This has been a great help. Now I need time to practice it all. Thank you very much.”

The range of topics we cover can be tailored to meet your needs. At the most basic level we can cover:

  • How to use a keyboard and mouse
  • How to search and explore the internet
  • How to keep in touch with email
  • How to stay safe online
  • The basics of using online public services

We also have more advanced options. These include:

  • Banking online
  • Using social media
  • Job hunting online
  • Comparing prices to save money
  • Staying safe
  • Sharing and storing photos

This training is all about getting you started and focusing on the things that are important to you. We have a variety of equipment to help and at the end of the sessions we will show you how to continue improving your skills online.

Anyone can use a computer.  To get started contact Louise Moore at Community Lincs on 01529 302466. Email

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