Broadband for Seniors

Available at St Ives

Feeling threatened by computers and internet? YES.

Is it too late to learn? NEVER!

Malcolm Moore sits at the free broadband Kiosk in the Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre

Malcolm Moore sits with Allan Tucker at the free broadband Kiosk in the Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre at St Ives Shopping Village.

In addition to our Information Centre, Social Groups and Neighbour Aid Program, Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre (KNC) is proud to host a FREE Broadband for Seniors Kiosk right here in our Centre located at St Ives Shopping Village.

The Broadband for Seniors concept is a Federal Government funded initiative to provide a friendly environment where people aged 50 years and over can go and learn basic computer and internet skills for free.

Free training is provided by our friendly volunteer tutors in basic computer skills including Internet browsing, email and basic word process familiarisation using WordPad and iPad lessons.

Tutors are available for free training sessions, bookings are essential

Monday 10am -12pm

Tuesday to Friday 2pm – 4pm

Our free Broadband for Seniors KNC Kiosk is open for browsing:

Mondays 9am – 4pm

Tuesday 12pm – 4pm

Wednesday,Thursday 2pm – 4pm

Friday 1pm – 4pm

Please call Ku-ring-gai Neighbourhood Centre on 9988 4966 to book a training session.