Get confident on computers with Bexley's library courses

The computer courses are starting this month

The computer courses are starting this month

First published in News This Is Local London: Photograph of the Author by , reporter

Bexley Council is aiming to make people more computer savvy after it was recently revealed around seven million UK adults have never used the internet.

Courses are starting on Thursday at Bexleyheath Central Library in Townley Road with a course on researching your family history on the internet.

On the same day job seekers can learn how to find vacancies online at Welling Library in Bellegrove Road and on September 3 there is an introduction to MS Word at Crayford Library in Town Hall Square at 10.30am.

A government report on information technology recently revealed how 14 per cent (7.1 million) of adults had never used the internet. 

The courses cost £15. To book, call 020 8303 7777.

 

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