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Digital Skills Support, Computer Clubs and Money Skills Support

We run a number of projects across Hammersmith & Fulham to promote digital literacy providing free tuition and support to residents with limited digital skills.  Whether you want to learn to use your smartphone or tablet, need help with your Universal Credit journals, learn to better manage your money, shop online for better deals or simply meet new people, have fun or learn a new skill, our friendly volunteers are there to help.

TechMate – Estate based Computer Clubs

Weekly computer clubs based in community centres on housing estates across the borough delivered in partnership with Bishop Creighton House. Our volunteers can help with everything from basic computer skills (using Learn My Way, a tutorial programme specially developed for complete beginners) to more advanced and detailed support such as how to save money online, health online or socialising online.

All classes are drop in and everyone is welcome, whether as a digital champion volunteer or a learner.

Drop in:
Tuesdays 10.30-12.30 Clem Attlee Community Hall, 21 Len Freeman Pl, SW6 7TN
Tuesday 2.30-4.30pm Charecroft Community Hall, Rockley Road, Shepherds Bush, W12 8PQ

Thursday 10.30-12.30: Queen Caroline Estate Community Hall, Worlidge Street, London W6 9BP

To find out more please email ComputerClub@cahf.org.uk or call 07739 768625.

TechTalk – Avonmore Library

Based at Avonmore Library or 338 Uxbridge Road, we use ‘Learn My Way’ online tutorials to assist people to develop digital skills from the basics including using a computer for online banking and budgeting, Our sessions are free and can be done on a one-one or group basis, and we can provide free training for other groups and organisations too.

We also hold regular talks at Avonmore Library covering a range of subjects from using a smartphone and shopping online and to making a will and saving money on energy bills. The Coffee Morning sessions are open to everyone, see our Events page for details of what is on.

To find out more email TechTalk@cahf.org.ukor drop into the library during opening hours to make an appointment and pick up a list of our upcoming talks.

Digital Money Coach

Would you like to learn to better manage your money online? If you have basic digital skills, our volunteers can provide you with personal support with budgeting, finding the best deals online and a whole range of other financial online skills. To find out more please email digitalmoney@cahf.org.ukand will assign you a mentor.

Money Skills Training

If you would like someone to come into your organisation or pre-existing group and do a workshop on a range of money themes including energy, budgeting, wills, power of attorney, welfare reform then please get in touch with chris.marsh@cahf.org.uk.