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 Computer Skills

Computer SkillsWoman on computer

In today’s society practically everything involves computers somehow, from smart phones to games, tablets, TVs, and maybe even your car.

Getting by without using computers gets harder all the time, yet in most cases all you need is someone to give you a start.
Merseylearn work closely with other organisations across Merseyside to help people take their first steps with computers, so they can get benefits such as :
  • Improved Confidence
  • Finding a new job
  • Linking with family and friends
  • Improving skills
  • Getting the best deals and saving money
  • Paying bills and managing money
  • Keeping up with current events
  • Hobbies and interests
If you’re reading this, the chances are that you’ll benefit from our support, but that will depend on whether you’re new to the internet yourself, or whether you’re helping someone else and being a “digital champion”.

New to computers? 

Computers aren’t nearly as hard to master as most people think, so if you’ve arrived at this site looking for help there is some excellent support available.
Visit the websites below to find out more about the free training on offer:

Digital Champion Support 

Even though you might have really good ICT skills, having some tools to help you is always useful…..
Helping other people to use computers needs confidence, and the more things you have to help you the more confident you can be
Visit the Go-On site, which was set up by the government to support people like yourself to help others.
You can sign up as a Digital Champion with Unionlearn here.