Depending of levels of interest, computer classes could be running in Creetown later this month. Dumfries and Galloway Council, working in partnership with Creetown Initiative, are intending to run computer workshops in the Waverley Hall. Workshops would include Beginners iPad, More Advanced iPad, Android tablet and Windows 10.
Windows 10 is the most powerful operating system that Microsoft has ever made, but it’s also the most complex. Many users are finding all the added features a bit like navigating a minefield and our computer classes aim to eradicate the confusion and help make your desktop experience pleasurable.
iPads and Tablets
Similarly, all forms of tablets can seem daunting to use, especially for those not used to touch screen technology and apps, but the benefits of these devises can be far reaching. Whether you have recently bought an iPad or Android tablet, are thinking of purchasing one or don’t really understand what they are, the beginners course is for you. If you can perform basic functions on your tablet, but want to know a little more, try out our more advanced course.
Ipads and tablets may be provided or learners can bring along their own device. A nominal fee will be charged to cover the cost of the hall.
To establish the level of interest, please contact Creetown Initiative on 01671 820654 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep up to date with this project and others by liking and following our Facebook page.