Moree seniors will have the opportunity to improve their digital skills, become more technology savvy and learn how to use the internet during free computer sessions being run by Moree Community College.
Be Connected is an Australian Government initiative for over 50s, helping people get the most out of going online.
The Be Connected computer sessions are designed to show people the basics and realise the full potential of going online safely and securely, using a computer, tablet or smart phone.
"Computers, smartphones and tablets allow you to stay in touch with distant family and friends, keep up with current events and open up a whole new world of online shopping, paying bills, banking and holiday planning," Moree Community College campus coordinator Catherine Davis said.
"Don't miss out on the benefits of being connected and participating in the digital world. Face-to-face classes are a great place to start learning and asking questions."
Moree Community College is also seeking volunteers interested in becoming Be Connected digital mentors. All mentors will be provided with training and support to help local seniors learn digital skills and become technology savvy.
For more information contact Catherine Davis on 0428 114 706, call the college on (02) 6751 1430 or drop in to 45 Frome Street, Moree.