Computing for the Terrified is a beginner's course that teaches basic computer skills and digital literacy to individuals with limited or no prior experience with technology. £10 Asda Voucher for attending
Computing for the Terrified is an educational program designed to teach individuals the basics of computer technology and digital literacy. The course is designed for those who have limited or no prior experience with computers and aims to help them overcome their fears and develop the skills and confidence needed to navigate the digital world.
The course covers a range of topics, including basic computer hardware and software, internet browsing and search engines, email communication, and social media platforms. Participants are taught how to use different digital devices, such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones, and how to access and navigate different software applications, including Microsoft Office.
The course is taught in a hands-on, interactive format, with participants given the opportunity to practice using the technology in a supportive and encouraging environment. The course is designed to be accessible to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, with no prior knowledge or experience required.
By the end of the course, participants should have a solid understanding of basic computer skills and digital literacy, including how to use different devices and software applications, how to navigate the internet, and how to communicate effectively using email and social media platforms. The goal of Computing for the Terrified is to help individuals overcome their fears of technology and become confident and proficient users of digital tools and platforms.