Learn how to use the internet

There are a lot of places where you can learn how to use the internet. Many are provided by local authorities, colleges and charities. A good place to start is your local library, but there are many others where you can learn for free, such as
UK online centres which help people learn how to use the internet and manage their health online. For more information and to find your nearest local venue, please go to learnmyway.com or ring 0800 77 1234.
Age UK helps older people get online. For more information and to find your local Age UK centre please go to ageuk.org.uk or call Age UK Advice on 0800 169 6565.
Digital Eagles at Barclays Bank run sessions to teach people how to use the internet. Call into your branch and ask to talk with their Digital Eagle or book onto a ‘Tea and Teach’ session. Information is also available on their website:  barclays.co.uk/DigitalEagles.