Essex residents are learning how to make the most of the online world with brand new computer equipment.
Sanctuary Housing has teamed up with Mitie’s property management business to provide Rayleigh & Rochford District Association for Voluntary Service (RRAVS) with £3,000 of laptops and tablets.
These will be used for computer training courses teaching the basics of the Internet and email, the next of which will be held at Bell House scheme for older people in Great Wakering.
The two-hour Computer Access Training sessions will run for five weeks and will also show residents how to edit pictures and use social media.
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