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Register for training

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, Victoria and Queensland. 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


The New South Wales 'Tech Savvy Seniors' program is a key initiative of the NSW Ageing Strategy and Telstra’s digital inclusion program. For more information about the 'Tech Savvy Seniors' initiative visit the NSW Department Website.

This free or low cost training is designed to assist older Australians learn how to confidently and easily master new technology skills. Contact the participating libraries or community colleges directly for further information and dates. Places are limited and fill quickly.

Participating libraries and community colleges

'Victorian Tech Savvy Seniors' is a Seniors Card Age Friendly Partners program with Telstra delivering training through rural and remote libraries across Victoria. For more information visit Training sessions are available now. Check if your library is participating below.

Participating Libraries
Tech Savvy Seniors Libraries List (PDF)    Tech Savvy Seniors Libraries List - Accessible Version (Word Doc)

Tech Savvy Seniors Queensland is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Telstra to provide digital awareness, training and information to Seniors through public libraries across Queensland. For more information visit the State Library of Queensland Website. Training sessions are available from February 2016.

Participating libraries for training

Other training

Broadband for Seniors (BFS) helps older Australians get the skills they need to use computers and access the Internet.

With BFS kiosks located all around Australia you can learn how to use a computer and surf the Internet free of charge.

Go to to search for a kiosk hear you.

Alternatively call the BFS on 1300 795 897 to find out more.

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

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