Solihull Council will be holding sessions across the borough to show people how they can benefit from getting online and how the internet can make life easier, cheaper, healthier - and more fun.
National ‘Get Online Week’ is an annual campaign from 2 - 8 October to help people get started with some basic digital skills.
Councillor Ian Courts, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Managed Growth, said “Getting online can open up a world of opportunity; it can help people stay in touch with friends and family, get a job or find a new home – and help save money. Council services are easily accessible online too. I hope that these classes will help people make the most of modern technology and improve their quality of life.”
In Solihull there will be a range of Get Online Week taster events at The Core and in libraries across the borough to help give people the confidence they need to get started.
For more information about getting started online, come along to any of the taster sessions on offer listed here www.solihull.gov.uk/getonlineweek