Se­niorNet needs tu­tors

North Taranaki Midweek - - YOUR LOCAL NEWS -

The New Ply­mouth branch of Se­niorNet was formed in 1997 with 23 foun­da­tion mem­bers. Mem­ber­ship is open to any­one over the age of 50, who wishes to learn how to use mod­ern com­mu­ni­ca­tion equip­ment and sys­tems; or who have these skills and are will­ing and able to share them with those wish­ing to learn.

Cur­rently Se­niorNet is look­ing for more tu­tors /or as­sis­tant tu­tors as well as course and work­shop lead­ers to help with an ever in­creas­ing de­mand. The most ur­gent need is for help with Ap­ple Mac equip­ment and pro­grammes - the main re­quests are for as­sis­tance with IPad and IPhones.

How­ever there is also a need for peo­ple with knowl­edge of tablets and smart phones who are will­ing to share their knowl­edge.

Se­niornet New Ply­mouth is part of a na­tion­wide net­work and there­fore has re­sources avail­able that have been de­vel­oped to help you share your knowl­edge.

Do you have an in­ter­est in com­put­ers / dig­i­tal tech­nol­ogy? Do you en­joy shar­ing your knowl­edge? Would you like to meet new peo­ple and per­haps help with some other roles at Se­niorNet - like re­cep­tion, ad­min­is­tra­tion, pub­lic­ity / edi­tor, or house­hold du­ties or per­haps you have an in­ter­est in join­ing the com­mit­tee?

Are you keen to find out more?

If the an­swer is ‘yes’ then please con­tact Marie at the Vol­un­teer­ing New Ply­mouth on (06) 758 8986, text / phone cell 027 541 0577 or email co­or­di­na­tor@vol­un­teer­ingnew­ply­ she will be de­lighted to hear from you and help you take the next step.

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