Hope Computer Club
Feeling left out by today’s technology?
Need to upgrade your computer skills to get a job?
Curious about computers?
Terrified by computers?
Hope Computer Club is for anyone in the community wishing to gain or improve computer skills as an aid to finding employment or just out of interest.
The flexible, rolling programme is in 2 hour sessions spread over 6 to 8 weeks and tailored to the needs of the participants.
Mentors are available to help with ’hands on’ assistance.
- Find you way around a keyboard
- Explore the World Wide Web
- Get connected with email
- Get your hands on a mouse
- Create and print your own documents
Questions & Queries
Do I need my own computer?
No, computers will be provided for use in the club sessions but it may be possible to use your own computer if you have one. Help in accessing public facilities (eg in the library) will be available.
I’m a complete novice – will I fit in?
The sessions will be tailored for the needs of the club and volunteer mentors will give individual help as required.
I already use a computer – can I get help improving my skills?
Can anyone come?
If you need to improve your computer skills to get back into work, you want to be more in touch with technology or you are just interested then this club is for you.
Where and when does the club meet?
Wednesday afternoons at 1:15 (for a 1:30 start) until 3:30 at Hope House, Boundary Road, Beeston, NG9 4DQ.
I’m interested in joining the club. What do I do next?
Please contact Michael Singh at Hope House. Numbers are limited by the available facilities. A waiting list will be operated if necessary.