Accessing the digital world isn't easy for everyone. Here's some ways we can help.


Broadband for seniors kiosk

Broadband for Seniors (BFS) helps senior Australians get the skills they need to use computers and access the Internet. 

BFS kiosks are located all around Australia. They are available to anyone 50 years or over who wants to learn how to use a computer and surf the Internet free of charge.

http://bfseniors.com.au/

 

Computer, internet, printing and photocopying

The computers in the DSCC are available and connect to the broadband network.

Charges

  • Internet $2.50 per half hour or less (at the discretion of staff)
  • Printing and photocopying 20c a page or 30c per double sided page
  • Faxing $2.00 per fax

 

Computer training

Dungog Community College runs occasional computer courses. A popular one is Get Started With Computers, which is specially designed for those who feel they’ve missed the 'computer revolution' and introduces emails, Google, web browsing, security, social media and even how to turn them on and off again.

Contact the College on education@dscc.net.au to get your name (or a friend’s name) on the list. The Community College also run occasional courses in MS Excel and Social Media.