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County Computer Bus

County Comput@bus

The Comput@bus is a purpose built, fully equipped, mobile computer classroom.

Internet connection is provided through a satellite link up. A range of computer courses can be provided on the bus, some of which are free of charge, and there is no upper age limit to become a student on one of our courses.
Our Comput@bus has a bright modern Interior with seating for 8 students. It is equipped with heating and air conditioning for your comfort. It also has disabled access via a lift.
A qualified teacher will be on hand to lead you through the course. Information, advice and guidance on further learning opportunities will be available.

Learning Opportunities

  • Desktop PCs like the ones you might find at home and work are used
  • They are equipped with The Microsoft Office programme and Internet Explorer
  • You can learn from the basics of how to switch on and how to use your mouse, to Word Processing, Spreadsheets, and how to access the Internet and use Email
  • Short courses in digital photography and family history available
  • Short courses on how to use Face Book and Twitter are available
  • Short courses on how to access government benefits The courses are tailored to suit your needs.

Register your interest in attending courses.

Practical Applications

  • You will be able to use Email to keep in touch quickly and cheaply with relatives and friends
  • You will be able to use the internet to find information
  • You will be able to use your skills to help others
  • You will be keeping up with modern technology

Contact Details

Write to:      Adult learning 
                   Libraries and Learning (BEC),
                   Freepost Plus RSGG-HSZK-HSGL,
                   County Hall,
                   WR5 2NP.

Phone:        01905 728537


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This page was last reviewed 23 May 2014 at 10:57.
The page is next due for review 19 November 2015.