2018 Seniors Card Discount Directory

20 Goodwill Community Foundation (GCF) LearnFree Offers a range of programs to help people around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century. Including Microsoft Office and email tutorials, GCFLearnFree.org offers more than 180 tutorials, including more than 2,000 lessons, 800+ videos and 55+ interactives – and it’s all completely free. Visit www.gcflearnfree.org for more information. iEcosystem - iPod, iPhone, iTunes and iPad Tutorials Provides free access to a wide range of easy to follow tutorials for iPod, iPhone, iTunes and iPads. Visit www.ipodiphoneitunestutorials.com for more information. Telstra’s Tech Savvy Seniors Program Provides a number of free resources to support you with the information you need to get online and learn at your own pace, including easy to follow self-teach videos, worksheets and other training content. Visit www.telstra.com.au/tech-savvy-seniors for more information. Broadband for Seniors 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 and are available to anyone 50 years or over who wants to learn how to use a computer and surf the internet free of charge in a friendly and secure environment. Visit www.bfseniors.com.au for more information. Catalyst Foundation (formerly known as Seniors Information Service) The Catalyst Foundation Internet Lounge is free to anyone 50 years or over and is available between 10am and 4pm, Monday to Friday. Visitors have access to a broadband internet connection, Microsoft Word and Excel and colour printing. Informal training is also offered, via experienced volunteers, in the use of internet (for example YouTube or Facebook), email and tablets (iPads and Android). Visit www.catalystfoundation.com.au or phone 8168 8776 (or 1800 636 368 if calling from regional SA) for more information.

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