On Monday, October 18, Get Online Week 2021 kicks off with events across Australia aiming to support people who want to get online confidently and safely.
The theme of Get Online Week this year is 'Get Online. Get Connected'. Getting online confidently, safely and affordably has never been more important. The pandemic has shown it is now essential for everyone to be able to connect with friends and family, access essential services, learn and work from home and keep up with the latest news.
The Community Technology Centre (CTC) Robertson is getting involved in the digital inclusion campaign by hosting a Get Online Week event on Friday, October 22.
"We're hosting a Get Online Week event this year to show our community that everyone can learn how to connect with others online and that we're here to help" said CTC Manager Liz Messih.
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CTC Robertson will be hosting a Morning Tea which be themed as a (Not so) High Tech High Tea commencing at 10am at the CTC Robertson premises at 58-60 Hoddle Street, Robertson.The High Tea will include a musical performance from Louise Bell plus a High Tea with barista made coffees, fine teas and delicious cakes and sandwiches.
The CTC Robertson is a network partner in the Be Connected Program which aims to increase the digital skills, knowledge and confidence of people over the age of 50 years. The Be Connected program will be launched at the High Tea with a presentation and information on how to get involved.
The event is COVID-safe and will be held in line with NSW Public Health Orders. People can also attend the presentation via Zoom from 11am and bookings for both the in-person and Zoom event can be made via the CTC website https://www.robertsonctc.org.au/technology-events.html
For those wanting to find out more about Be Connected and unable to attend on Friday, October 22, a Be Connected Information Session will also be held on Saturday, October 23 at 10.30-11.30am at the CTC Robertson.
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