As this year winds down and we look forward to celebrating Christmas, lets also celebrate another successful year at SeniorNet. We now have 360 members and our Courses and Workshops fill each week. Everyone says that every time they go to SeniorNet, they learn something new and with the new technologies forever coming out, we owe it to ourselves to keep up. No excuses!
My thanks to everyone who has contributed in some way as a Committee member, as a Tutor and as a student to making our Learning Centre the ‘go to place’ for Seniors to learn and enjoy each other’s company.
The New Year begins with Open Days at the Learning Centre on Thursday 9th February and also on Saturday 11th February. Make a note to come along to enrol for the 2017 Term 1 Courses which start the week of Monday 13th February. Our web site gives you the Course and Workshop Programme for the first term so why not have a look now, and contact Teresa (04) 298 5132 to put your name down for the Course of your choice.
The various workshops including How do I, Q&A, iPad, iPhone, Android, Skype, TradeMe, and Google always have something to offer.
Tutors Morning Tea
The Tutors Morning Tea will be held at Peter and Chris Bunkall’s home on Wednesday 8th February at 10.am. All Tutors and their partners are very welcome. More details in the New Year!
Wishing you all the very best for the Festive Season.
The charge for our regular Workshops is $5.00 per session. Remember that we run Q&A, iPad and Android tablet/phones Workshops each month and no prior booking is required. Click to see our Workshop and Special Interest Group (SIG) Timetable. If you’ve already completed a Course and need some additional help to clarify a few points we are, as always, delighted to help at one of our regular How Do I…? Workshops where the charge varies depending on how long we spend helping you.
Tutors and Assistant Tutors Wanted
We always need tutors and assistant tutors so please contact Kuini at email@example.com if you’re interested in assisting next year. We have a documented training strategy for new Tutors so you’ll always be supported while learning new skills. It’s a great opportunity to keep up with all the latest advances in the computer world. Tutors also need to keep themselves up-to-date, so why not enrol in a course or put your name down to assist on an upcoming course.