Basic Internet Course in Bridgend

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Price: £35.00 | Duration: 0.5 Day | Ref: IB | Venue: Bridgend

Basic Internet Course in Bridgend

Basic Internet - Course Overview

The internet is an incredibly powerful tool that makes communication quicker, information gathering easier and shopping/banking more convenient. For new users it can be a daunting prospect, however with our training it can be an enlightening experience. On this Basic Internet Course in Bridgend you will learn how to use website browsers, how to conducted a website search, creating favourites so you can find your favourite websites more quickly. You will also learn to stay safe online with our useful guide and top tips.

Basic Internet - Course Content

  • An introduction to website browsers

  • Types of browser

  • Using a website search

  • Opening tabs

  • Creating favourites

  • Searching for images

  • Safe searching

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for new and novice users who wish to surf online safely and with confidence. This course is perfect for those who wish to browse the web and do simple functions.

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If you have any questions regarding our training courses then please feel free to call us on 01656 737349 from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4:30pm. Or complete the contact form.


One-2-One Training

We provide one-2-one training for a number of our courses. This training is easy to arrange and can be tailored to meet your exact requirements. All of our training is conducted in a relaxed learning atmosphere.

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In-House Training

If several people in your organisation need this Basic Internet course then an in-house programme is likely to be the most effective training option. Our in-house programmes are simple to arrange and training can be run from your own premises or we will help you select a suitable venue offsite. With all our training courses there are no hidden costs.

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