Course will help East Cambs adults with learning disabilities to develop computer skills
- Credit: Archant
A computing course has been launched to help adults with disabilities in East Cambridgeshire who are looking to develop basic IT skills.
Led by Cambridgeshire County Council’s adult learning and skills service after learners requested it, the course will include digital photography, using the Internet and using office packages and basic journalism skills.
The learners will work on editorial projects individually and as part of a team and produce a newsletter.
The course is part of the council’s Move on Up programme for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.
Sessions will start after half term on Monday afternoons in Ely Library’s learning centre.
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Places are fully funded. For more information, contact Astrid on 01223 703530 or Astrid.Whiskin@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
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