Do you want to be more confident at doing tasks online?

At knowing how to find the information you need, when you need it? Do you want to learn how to make video calls online? How to tax your car online?

If you're struggling with getting to grips with the internet and online activities, then this course is for you!

Free basic digital skills training, available both online or in person, where you will learn the skills you need to use and enjoy the many benefits that using the internet offers.

This training aims to give people the confidence, motivation, and skills to take their first steps online.


What's involved?

This is a FREE opportunity to get connected.

The course covers a range of practical topics and themes such as

  • How to book tickets online.
  • How to renew your car tax online.
  • How to use Skype and other online communication tools.
  • How to search for information and where to find it and much more.


When & Where?

Ballyhoura Development delivers these courses, in local communities, to people who wish to become more confident and competent in accessing the internet.

We hope to be able to deliver a range of courses in September and October, both online and in-person, and we are currently seeking expressions of interest across the Ballyhoura Area from individuals interested in taking part in classes in September and October 2021.


Interested?

To register your interest, please fill out the form by clicking on the link below:

Express Your Interest

For more information contact Carrie O’Donoghue at [email protected] or contact the Ballyhoura office in Kilmallock on 063-20555 any morning from 9am to 1pm.


The Digital Skills for Citizens Scheme is an initiative under the Government’s National Digital Strategy, funded by the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment and implemented by Ballyhoura Development CLG.

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