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Learn how to confidently and easily master new technology
and skills

Telstra is committed to ensuring that everyone can benefit from being online and connected to the digital world.

We partner with Government to deliver training in New South Wales, Queensland and South Australia. However, we can’t do this alone and there are several other training providers, listed below, equally committed to supporting older Australians get online.

State based training

 

Tech Savvy Seniors NSW is a partnership between the NSW Government and Telstra. It is a key initiative of the NSW Ageing Strategy. For more information about the Tech Savvy Seniors program visit the NSW Government Family and Community Services website.

An updated list of 2018/19 Tech Savvy Seniors training providers will be available in late August and courses will recommence in September.

 

 

Tech Savvy Seniors QLD is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Telstra. For more information about the Tech Savvy Seniors program visit the State Library of Queensland website.

Contact the participating libraries for further information on training dates and topics.

Participating Libraries:

Participating QLD libraries

 

Tech Savvy Seniors SA is a partnership between the South Australian Government’s Office for the Ageing, Services SA, the Libraries Board of South Australia and Telstra.

Contact the participating libraries for further information on training dates and topics.

Participating Libraries:

Participating SA libraries

Other training


Be Connected is an Australian Government initiative that is providing online learning resources and a network of community partners which offer in-person support to help older Australians develop digital skills.

To find out more visit  https://beconnected.esafety.gov.au

 


Infoxchange and Australia Post have joined together to create Go Digi. ​

Go Digi is a national four year digital literacy program with the goal of supporting Australians to improve their digital skills.​ 

To find out more visit www.godigi.org.au


ASCCA is the national peak body for seniors and technology.

It supports computer clubs for seniors across Australia.

To find out more about the locations of these clubs visit www.ascca.org.au