Computing Classes in Perth:
Our Seniorocity guide has you covered with ideas for activities for seniors in Perth. Check out our list of computing classes in Perth, including community groups, workshops and more.
For example, many libraries around Perth host computing classes. These classes suit to all levels of technical skill. Whether it’s learning how to better use your phone or tablet, how to create an email or more, there’s a class available for everyone.
Likewise, TRY Computing is a not for profit organisation providing computing classes. These are run by volunteer computer tutors offering lessons on computers, tablets and smartphones. Classes are informal and friendly. They run for an hour and a half for a small charge. Bookings are essential.
Or, for instance, Manning Senior Citizens Centre offers free iPad classes. The Centre offers a range of activities, events and services for members of the community aged 55 and over. New members are very welcome!
Similarly, the Rockingham Autumn Centre is also a creative and social environment for seniors. Pursue your personal interests and create support networks. A cafe is also available on weekdays for light snacks, cakes, instant tea and coffee, barista coffee and sandwiches. This is a great spot to meet like minded people, make new friends and explore your creative side.
In short, all these Perth activities are listed with reviews, photos and more in our Seniorocity guide. Check it out and enjoy exploring your interests today!