A day-time course held over three Saturdays in Box Hill North and covering:
- internet – web and mail
- word processing
- file management
- switching from Windows
- monitoring and improving machine performance
- software updates
Plus, time to discuss YOUR specific computer issues.
Most of us learn to use computer technology in a fragmented way: picking up bits of information and trying to piece together those fragments. But, often, it doesn’t make sense!
In this course, we will cover the information to connect those bits so that using your Mac makes sense. In addition, you will develop the knowledge and skills to make you a more confident Mac user. That’s what past participants have said!
Some comments from my previous courses:
‘More confidence in using computers and trying to solve problems myself’
‘Good thorough explanations and very useful tips. Each week I came away with a gem and a better understanding of computing’
‘I liked the emphasis on learning general principles which we can transfer to other areas’
‘Trying different things on the computer without being afraid to break something’
‘I have a better understanding of my Mac plus the confidence to explore further with it.’
‘Very helpful, patient, easy to understand.’
This course is aimed at users of Macintosh computers.
No prior knowledge or experience of Macs is necessary so this course is suitable for absolute beginners. However, many prior participants have used Macs for years and benefited from the course because it connected together the various pieces of knowledge that they had. Similarly, some participants have keenly taken this course a second time.
Bring your own Mac, please! (One or two Macs might be available – please enquire.)
This course will be conducted over three weeks:
Duration: 15 hours (including short refreshment breaks)
Presenter: Kevin Blazé
Can’t make this course?
If you’re interested in this course but can’t make it this time, please register your interest.
Enquire or register