Computer Skills

This introductory course is tailored to provide individuals with the foundational skills and confidence to use a computer or laptop in a supportive and secure environment. Whether you are a complete beginner or possess limited knowledge about computers, this course is designed to empower you with essential digital literacy skills.

Throughout the course, you will engage in hands-on activities and practical exercises to reinforce learning and build confidence in using computers and navigating the digital world. By the end of the course, you will have gained the necessary skills and knowledge to use a computer or laptop effectively, stay safe online, and engage with digital technology with confidence.

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Course Details

Course code
Locations offered
  • Casey Campus
Course Length
8 Sessions
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By completing this course, you will learn to:
  • Learn how to turn on and navigate on a computer
  • Find out more about using search engines and how to use information
  • Learn how to create folders to save and store information
  • Build proficiency in creating and sending emails

What you will be provided with on completion:
  • A Certificate of Participation
  • A strong foundation to continue developing your computer literacy skills

Learn Local are not-for-profit community organisations registered and funded by the Victorian Government.
Lean Local provider #: 3977

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Study Areas include:

  • Introduction to computers
  • Touch typing
  • Saving and storing information
  • Email
  • Google searching
  • An introduction to using social media
  • Staying safe online

This course runs from our Casey Campus in Narre Warren.

Tuesdays, 23rd April – 11th June
4.00pm  – 6.00pm



Full Funded FeeFunded Concession Fee
Total Student Payment$40.00$30.00

Our Pre-Accredited and Neighbourhood House Programs incur an annual registration fee of $10. All participants must pay this annual, non-refundable registration fee upon enrolment into their first program for the calendar year. This includes hobby programs and social groups. This fee will be charged once per calendar year.

To be eligible for a full funded place in these courses you must be:

  • an Australian or New Zealand citizen or
  • a holder of an Australian permanent visa or 
  • an Asylum seeker holding a valid visa that confers eligibility for Skills First training

To be eligible for a concession fee, a valid concession card showing the name of the person enrolling in the course must be provided at the time of enrolment. FLC may request a copy of the card at the time of enrolment. Concession is applied at the time of enrolment and cannot be applied partway through the course.

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