Cockfield Computer Circle 2015-16 Programme
October 19th 2015—March 8th 2016
The Cockfield Computer Circle (CCC) aims to help participants improve their computing knowledge and gain confidence in carrying out common tasks. This is achieved through a combination of teaching and sharing of experience amongst participants in a relaxed environment. Some topics are aimed at beginners seeking to learn new skills and gain more confidence in using a computer; other topics are aimed at the more experienced user seeking to push their knowledge further. The sessions will be based on Windows 10 but suitable for users of Windows 7 and 8.
Sessions are held on Mondays in the Ivy Room at Cockfield Hall, from 2.30 to 4.30, and each topic is repeated from 7 to 9 pm. A donation is invited of £1 per person per session. There are 8 desktops in the facility, and participants are also encouraged to bring their own laptops. The Programme is divided into 2 blocks. Block 1 is aimed at beginners seeking to develop their skills in the most common PC tasks. Also those in need of a refresher can dip into selected sessions. The second block includes sessions which go a little deeper into some of the topics from the first block, as well as introducing some new topics.
For further information click to download the below leaflet or go to www.cockfieldcomputercircle.org.uk and to sign up for specific sessions contact Neil Ashton, firstname.lastname@example.org 01284 827238 / 07900 880888