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March 2015

Don’t forget the first General Meeting of the year is on the 2nd March and the Speaker will be Bob Newey Stroke Safe Ambassador.
This Meeting will be in the Kincumber Neighbourhood Centre at 10.30am.
Bob Newey will inform us of the things we can do to recognise and seek help for someone having a stroke. The sooner treatment starts the better the recovery. So please come along and hear and ask questions so that we can all be clear about just what to do.
Anyone can come along there is a $2.00 charge for the Meeting and a lot of members stay on and have lunch in the Local Cafes/Coffee Shops after the meeting. It is usually a good day and you can meet up with some of the other members of the Club who you don’t see when you come to a class. So do come along as see for yourself. You do not have to be a Member to come along.


About Us

computer cartoonThe S.C.C.C.C. Inc. was founded on 15th May 1998, when a steering committee was formed at a meeting called to gauge public interest on the viability of a club for Seniors to help other Seniors learn how to use a computer. The need for a club was immediately apparent by the number of people who attended on a very wet day. The club was registered and commenced official operations on 27th July 1998. You can read our CONSTITUTION by using your mouse to click HERE. If the file does not open, it may mean that you do not have a copy of a PDF reader on your computer. A FREE PDF reader may be downloaded from Adobe Acrobat.

Our aim is to provide an introduction, training, self-help assistance, and advice on all aspects of computer use. We offer a friendly service (within the scope of the expertise of the club) to anyone over 50 years of age to learn at his or her own pace. There is no pressure to keep up with others. All our facilitators are members of the club who give their time voluntarily and without payment.

Beginner sessions operate as groups in a room using a data projector and screen. Members then follow this with courses in Word Processing, Email and the Internet. These groups are hands on, using networked computers. Other short courses are run on Photography and Publishing. More advanced groups are provided for, and these topics (or subjects) are advertised in the monthly newsletter. Bookings must be made for most sessions. More information is available by contacting the President or Secretary.computer mouse

iPadSCCCC Mac Users

Help and information for the Seniors Computer Club Central Coast Mac Beginners and Mac Users groups can be found at this link.

Android Tablet and Smartphone Users

Android logoHelp and information for the Seniors Computer Club Central Coast can be found at the lessons given by Terry on Monday afternoons. Contact Bev for details.

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