Do you have difficulties using smartphones and apps, or would you like to know how to stay safe online? If so, then come along to the free ‘Tech Savvy Seniors’ workshops being offered by Hawkesbury Library Service during March and May. Gain skills and confidence using your device to read and borrow books, take and send photos, and learn how to spot and avoid common scams.

Workshops

Beginner: Introduction to Tablets & Smartphones

Thursday, 5 March 12:45pm-3pm

Beginner: Introduction to Tablets & Smartphones

Friday, 13 March 10am-12:15pm

Intermediate: Using Apps on Your Tablet & Smartphone

Thursday, 19 March 12.45pm-3pm

Intermediate: Taking & Sending Photos

Friday, 27 March 10am-12:15pm

Beginner: Introduction to Tablets & Smartphones

Friday, 1 May 10am-12:15pm

Beginner: Introduction to Tablets & Smartphones

Thursday, 7 May 12:45pm-3pm

Intermediate: Using Apps on Your Tablet & Smartphone

Friday, 15 May 10am-12:15pm

Intermediate: Travel & Transport Apps

Thursday, 21 May 12.45pm-3pm

Beginner: Staying Safe Online

Thursday, 28 May 12:45pm-3pm

These workshops are available for Library members. If you are not a member, you can join free at the library. Participants must bring their own smartphone or tablet. Bookings are essential by phoning 4560 4460. All sessions will be held at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor.

Tech Savvy Seniors is an initiative of the NSW Ageing Strategy and is funded through a partnership between the NSW Government and Telstra, and with the assistance and participation of the Hawkesbury Library Service.