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  • 20/20 Trust Multiple Categories

    20/20 Trust

    Kaupapa / The reason we exist.

    A Better Aotearoa New Zealand. Using our skills and experience to foster community well-being.

    Te Mahi / The work we do.

    Prepare people and equip communities for the digital future. Provide access, skills, confidence and motivation.

    Te Tangata / The people we work with.

    Through our community partners – reaching out to those who are digitally excluded and hard to reach.

    Whanaungataga / The approach we take.

    Trustworthy, responsive, respectful, open and vibrant

    We offer Connect Programmes across New Zealand  Family Connect, Refugee Connect, CiH Connect, Northland Connect and Pasifika Seniors Connect,

    2020.org.nz    Wellington region

  • 2020 Far North ICT Trust Multiple Categories

    Far North ICT Trust addresses digital literacy in the Far North, running Northland Connect, Stepping UP – free computer training for adults – at Kaitaia Library and Kerikeri Procter Library. They provide an innovative wireless/satellite initiative at Umawera School and Okaihau School. They are a Digital Inclusion Alliance delivery partner.

    Send Email    Northland region

  • 23teaching: online course for NZ Multiple Categories

    23 Things for Teaching is a free online learning series for NZ teachers on digital technologies, from The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social Work. It contains resources from a self-paced online course run in 2016.

  • Access1in5 Digital Inclusion Orgn.

    Make sure your website includes the 1 in 5 New Zealanders with a visual or other disability.  Web accessibility audits, testing and consultancy. I’ll train you or your team and am always happy to promote accessibility and inclusion.

    www.access1in5.co.nz    Canterbury region

  • Adult Learning Franklin Computer Training

    Adult Learning Franklin develops, promotes and delivers accessible, quality literacy services designed to ensure the people of Aotearoa are critically literate and able to realise their full social, cultural and economic potential.  Literacy Aotearoa has a fundamental commitment to student-centred learning, at no direct cost to the learner.

    Contact Diane Avent at Adult Learning Franklin for more information (09) 239 0316

     

    Send Email    Auckland region

  • Adult Literacy Franklin Computer Training

    Literacy, Beginning Computer skills, Software training. 1:1 tutoring, in home and out of home. Cost: Free.

    franklin.literacy.org.nz/    Auckland region

  • Adult Literacy Tamaki Auckland Inc. (Auckland) Computer Training

    Beginning Computer skills and Internet skills. Supported self-guided learning and 1:1 tutoring. Cost: Free.

    www.adultliteracy.org.nz    Auckland region

  • Adult Literacy Tamaki Auckland Inc. (Tamaki) Computer Training

    Beginning Computer skills and Internet skills. Supported self-guided learning and 1:1 tutoring. Cost: Free.

    www.adultliteracy.org.nz    Auckland region

  • Age Concern Canterbury

    We offer Better Digital Futures for Seniors courses for people aged 65+ to learn new skills and build confidence with computers and the internet, and Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact Simon Templeton on 03 366 0903

    ageconcerncan.org.nz    Canterbury region

  • Age Concern Napier Multiple Categories

    Amongst many services for Seniors is a Community Computer Hub freely available to people 65 years and over. One on one computer tuition is also available.

  • Age Concern Otago Computer Training

    We offer Appy Seniors – helping seniors engage in the digital world using apps on their smartphones, tablets and computers.

    ageconcernotago.com    Otago region

  • Akoranga o Naenae Digital Inclusion Project

    A ‘school’ where students from different schools meet on a Friday to explore their passions, one of which is computer coding.  Led by teachers and held at River of Life Centre, Lower Hutt

    aonteachers.blogspot.co.nz    Wellington region

  • Albany Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to computers, WiFi, scanning, eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines and eNewspapers. Gain technology skills including, online searching, job applications, coding, robotics, 3D printing, local and family history/whakapapa. Check our website for branch events.

    We also offer Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges. Contact the coordinator on 09 377 0209

    www.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/    Auckland region

  • Alexandra Library Multiple Categories

    As a DIAA partner, Alexandra Library offers Stepping UP – free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes; Skinny Jump – prepay home broadband with no contract, no credit checks and no set-up charges, and Better Digital Futures for Seniors courses for people aged 65+ to learn new skills and build confidence with computers and the internet.

    Contact Vicki Darling on 03 448 9412 or vick.darling@codc.govt.nz

  • Amberley Library Multiple Categories

    Free access to PCs and WiFi and A3 flatbed scanner for library users. An Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) partner.

    hurunui.kotui.org.nz    Canterbury region

  • Aorere College Adult Education Computer Training

    Beginning Computer training, Software training and Content creation (Adobe) leading to Certificate. Small group learning. Cost: $40 (approximate)

  • Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa Multiple Categories

    APNK provides free computer, Internet access and Wi-Fi at 147 public libraries, so that people can live, learn and create in the digital world.

    The Aotearoa People’s Network Kaharoa (APNK) is a service provided by public libraries and the National Library of New Zealand.

    support.apnk.nz/    Nationwide, office in Christchurch region

  • Appy Seniors Computer Training

    Appy Seniors is an age-friendly community programme to help seniors to engage in the digital world using apps on their smartphones, tablets and computers. Learners will benefit from a 2-hour tutorial in apps of their choice. The programme provides opportunities for seniors to learn practical skills and solutions to help them take full advantage of the digital age. Learn how to use your smartphone for more than just phone calls. Become app-savvy and gain digital confidence by understanding how to access, download, and use a range of apps.

    Digital Inclusion Alliance Aotearoa is the national Appy Seniors partner, working with local partners who make Appy Seniors available in their area. Contact your local partner or read full details here.

    steppingup.nz/programmes/appy-seniors    Nationwide region

  • Ara Bishopdale: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Ara City: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Ara Hornby: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Ara New Brighton: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Ara Rangiora: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Ara Timaru: Computing for Free Computer Training

    Our community hubs bring a range of free and low-cost courses to neighbourhoods across the Canterbury region. Our sites are conveniently located for easy access.

    You can gain a formal qualification for employment, learn the fundamentals of computing and business, or equip yourself with useful job hunting skills. We allow you to do all this at your own pace, in a friendly environment with the support of experienced tutors.

  • Arapaki Manners Mall Library

    Arapaki Manners Mall Library offers internet access and free wi-fi. We are a DIAA partner offering Stepping UP – free computer & internet training in easy steps, relevant to your life and interests, in informal friendly classes; Better Digital Futures for Seniors for people aged 65+ to l