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Learn My Way

At your local UK online centre, we help make online easy!

There are 8 million people in the UK who don’t use the internet, and are missing out on all sorts of benefits and conveniences as a result.

People who use the Internet every day find that it helps make their life easier, and you could join them! Or maybe you know someone who could benefit from getting online?


Why should I go online?

There are so many things you can do on the Internet.  It could make everyday tasks a lot easier, save you time and money, and allow you to do the things you like doing best! It can help you get in touch with people, wherever they are in the world at the click of a button, and you can find information on whatever you are interested in, from fishing to football.
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Find the help and support you need for FREE at any Worcestershire Library.

Whether you want to know the basics, such as how to use a mouse or keyboard, find jobs online or keep in touch with friends and family, we're here to help you do it.

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Visit Community How To for information and resources on how to promote your centre in the community.

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  • Next Steps
    If you've got any questions or queries about jobs, careers, learning or training, Call Next Step on 0800 100 900. Next Step is a publicly funded service, helping adults get the advice they need for future skills, careers, work and life choices.
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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.