Our aim at GTT during this difficult time is to help you become more confident with the use of smartphones, tablets, laptops and/or computers and to be able to access the necessary online resources available for you in the comfort and safety of your own home.
It’s FREE and SIMPLE to become a GTT student:
What will I need?
- To join any of our weekly sessions you will need a device such as a smartphone, tablet, laptop and/or a computer. A webcam or built-in camera on your laptop or computer is preferable if you want to interact fully with other students in the group.
- You must have some way of connecting to the Internet, mobile data can be expensive and video conferencing uses a lot of data. If you have landline broadband, the connection speed needs to be fast enough to cope with video streaming.
- Finally you will need to be in quiet environment, if there is a lot of background noise it will affect everyone’s ability to hear people speaking, If this is not possible you will be able to mute your device so you can just listen.
If you’re unsure please give us a call and we’ll be happy to advise.
Weekly Mornings with GTT Online Digital Access Points
Each session is facilitated by a tutor and a volunteer assistant, and will last 60 to 90 minutes. You will be able to ask and discuss any technology related questions that you may have. GTT aims to help you become more confident and productive with the use of technology in your everyday life.
GTT can provide help and support with Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops and/or Computers and will discuss a variety of subjects such as online safety.
Each session is a drop in session, that you can join and leave at any point.
Weekly GTT Academy Afternoons, GTT Online Learning Session
On Monday and Wednesday afternoons, GTT will run sessions on specific topics such as Password Management, File Management, Browsers and Downloading, Shopping on line, Android Tablets, iPhones and iPads etc.
The timetable will be sent out once you have registered as a GTT student, you will be assigned a tutor. The courses are free, you do not have to attend each week, and the sessions are repeated, but you must tell your tutor when you can attend and when you expect to be absent.