Email is one of the fundamental internet technologies,
a tool used by nearly every person with an internet
connection. It allows you to –at no cost – send a letter
of unlimited length to one person, or many people at
once. It arrives almost instantly, and they can reply
straight away. Setting up your own email account will
allow you to communicate with people you know
in ways you never thought possible.
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN
This workshop covers the basic steps you need to help
keep in touch with your family and friends using email.
It will explain how to set up an email account, how
to send an email, and how to read and reply to emails
that have been sent to you.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
While you will have heard of email, you may not know
exactly how it works, what you need to get set up,
or how to use it. You won’t have an existing email
account, either… but you will after this workshop!
WHAT YOU’LL NEED
An internet-connected laptop or desktop computer;
either your own or supplied by the workshop
organisers. You may need to share a computer with
others in the workshop.
Note this class is for seniors aged over 60. Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Community College has received funding to run these low-fee courses under the Tech Savvy Seniors Program – a NSW Government initiative in partnership with Telstra. Photo ID is required.
Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Community CollegeOrganizer of Email Introduction - Training
We believe in both the intellectual and personal growth of learners. We work closely with nearby reputable organisations for the purpose of launching careers through skills and building confidence.
LocationHornsby Ku-ring-gai Community College, Level 1, 45 Hunter Street, Hornsby NSW, Australia
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