The Telecentre provides the residents of Mingenew advanced technology facilities to stimulate the effective and creative use of telecommunications and computer technology for community education, business and social development.
We are a not-for-profit group of computer users run by volunteers. PCUG is located in Canberra, Australia. We give meaning to our motto “Users Helping Users”.
Avalon Computer Pals helps Seniors learn and improve their computer skills. It is a not for profit organisation run by volunteers. Since 2000, we have helped hundreds of seniors from complete beginers to people who need to improve or update their skills .
The aim of the Club is to provide a relaxed atmosphere in which members of the local community who are interested can learn about computers and what they can do for them at their own pace.
The club is running classes in Basic Computing, Various word processing, including Graphics in Word; Internet & Email; Managing Digital Photos; Digital Photo Stories; PowerPoint; Genealogy; CreataCard; Google applications in the Council Chambers Building.
The DSCC is a not-for-profit club incorporated in the Northern Territory of Australia. We are a club for people (of all ages) who like to help themselves – and others – benefit from modern computer technology.
Brisbane Seniors Online is a voluntary organisation set up to help the over 50s in the Brisbane Area learn the basics of computers and the internet.
SeniorNet Association Inc. is an incorporated association of seniors in Ipswich, Queensland, Australia, dedicated to helping seniors aged 50 years and over use computers and the internet.
Sunshine Coast Computer Club Inc “Technology Education Centres” are held at Caloundra, Buderim and Yandina. Get one to one hands on help, plus tutorials on everything relating to computer technology (Visitors are welcome).
Linking Tasmanian Seniors was established in January 1999 by Pastor Ron Clarke to mark the UN International Year of Older Persons and as a means of linking those seniors who have personal home computers.
Australia’s largest and most active Apple User Group, with a 30yr history.
Started in 1984 and today is the world’s largest PC user group with just over 6000 members. Membership of Melb PC is probably the best accessory you can buy for your personal computer.
The Greenbushes Community Resource Centre (formerly known as the Greenbushes Telecentre) is a not for profit, community managed organisation servicing the regional communities of Greenbushes, Balingup and Mullalyup for over 15 years.
The Telecentre is a community owned, managed and incorporated facility, using “high tech” equipment for the purpose of providing services which stimulate the creative use of telecommunications technology for information, employment, training and business enterprise.