Learn Ealing continues to deliver courses through its online offer. We will deliver lessons and support learners through the use of Google Education suite, Zoom, Skype and other digital platforms.
Our 2021-2022 Prospectus is now available, however there will be major changes to the way we can provide these courses in the Autumn Term.
To participate in online classes you will need an email address, a reliable internet connection, a computer/laptop/tablet/mobile phone with fully updated browser (preferably Google Chrome). Your device will need a microphone and preferably a camera.
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Computers building confidence
Do you have you some computer skills but not fully confident? Would you like to develop your confidence sending and receiving emails, browsing the internet, online shopping as well as completing online forms/applying for jobs? Then this is the course for you.
Aims of the course
To provide relevant soft and digital skills that you need to get started using the internet in your day-to-day lives. This is a post beginnerís course which will show you how to find things on the internet, build your email skills. You will learn how to go shopping and bank online, and to do these things safely and securely. You will see how to engage with others online, with email, video conferencing and social media. These are essential skills in todayís world, and important that we do them safely. Aims of the course/workshop: - To be able to find information online - To be access online facilities (shopping, banking, government services) - To be able to participate in remote classes, meetings and socially
What you will learn on this course
- Using your computer or phone on the internet - Browsing, webpages - Searching online - Registering (logging in), Passwords & security - Email, setting up, sending and receiving, attachments - Using shopping, banking and other online services safely - Video meetings and classes on Zoom - Social media (Twitter etc) Learning Outcomes: - Know how to use the internet to find information, go shopping, banking and to access services safely - To be able to log into websites successfully - To be able to send and receive emails and attachments - Know how to attend online events, for example online classes (distance learning) - Understand the advantages and risks of social media
Basic, beginner's introduction.
Suitability and entry requirements
- Anyone who is new to the internet and wants to learn how to be connected safely. A working understanding of English is expected, and access to the internet at home an advantage. - A modern smartphone is strongly recommended. - An Ealing library card will give you full access to their computers and internet.
How you will learn on the course
- Using a computer, tablet or phone - Demonstration and discussion sessions - Practising online to complete exercises - Written materials and videos Platform for the course/workshop: This course will be face to face Learn Ealing has an E-Safety Policy and Procedure which can be requested at anytime for further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a non-accredited course. There will be continuous informal assessment, through observation, question and answer, and feedback of tasks performed during the session. This enables your tutor to focus on areas of difficulty.
How much additional time do you need?
You will gain much more by reviewing class notes and practising for at least 2 additional hours each week to gain confidence and practice what you have learnt.
Resources, materials & additional costs?
No additional costs Resources and materials: - Online articles, videos, etc - Classroom exercise materials - Quizzes, Q&A activities
- The tutor will inform you at the end of the course as what you can progress onto. - For Learn Ealing's offer, please go online: www.learnealing.org.uk
ADRIAN DROTSKY is an experienced IT tutor, having delivered training in the community, at colleges and universities for many years. He is patient and understands learner progress and support across this area of computing.
Time and duration
Start Date: 22 September 2022
Start Time: 10:30
Day: Thursday Morning
First Lesson Duration: 02:30
Total Weeks: 10
West Ealing Library