Education AT DRAPER HALL
10.30 - 11.45
12.15 - 13.30
DO YOU WANT TO LEARN THE BASICS ABOUT USING A COMPUTER?
To use e-mail to keep in touch with friends and family, online shopping, watching videos etc? Then come on down to the draper hall for free classes on basic internet and computer skills. Every saturday.
CLASSES START SATURDAY 9th february from 10.30 - 11.45 & 12.15 - 13.30 AT Draper Hall
Tea and coffe will be served. Let us know if you have young children as we will provide a creche. Please Register in concierge at Draper House or come on Saturday at the hall.
Digital Draper’s Tutor, Jason:
“I have been teaching locally in the Walworth area for over 12 years. Working with a lot of people of different ages and backgrounds who are often completely new to using computers. Time and time again I have had the joy of seeing people with a complete lack of knowledge and experience of how to use a computer begin to get to grips with the technology and eventually be able to exist in the digital world, sending emails, using the internet, purchasing laptops and even buying flight tickets! Essentially empowering people to stand up by themselves in a rapidly advancing technological world when otherwise they would be getting left behind.
Aside from teaching computers, I also teach music production and business at Westminster University.
The courses that I run are tailored to the ability and needs of the learners. Typical lesson content will be learning about email, the internet. Microsoft Word and Excel, social media, shopping and safety online and smart phones. And sometimes specific things are taught such as how to use Google Translate as a way to overcome language barriers.
Learners always go away feeling happy and surprised with their newly aquired skills and don’t look back. “