Technology for Seniors
20 October @ 1:45 pm - 3:30 pmFree
The Seniors Committee of the Chamber is committed to making access to technology easier for seniors
After the Quarterly Seniors lunch we will be offering a free afternoon tea combined with some simple discussions on using technology.
We have retained a highly credentialed Technology Tutor who has experience in working with seniors.
His expertise is in helping seniors to build a healthier relationship with technology including that computers, phones, tablets, laptops, TVs and Audio devices.
He will also focus on keeping you safe.
This session is open to all even if you don’t to come to lunch.
Background of our presenter:
Graham MacDermott is the principal of The Tech Tutors a business established specifically to provide affordable help for Seniors.
Graham has a patient approach to teaching and can adapt teaching methods to suit each student.
His back ground includes over 35 years of various technology experience including 16 years in law enforcement.
Graham worked as a Detective in the Queensland Police Service where he developed skills in forensic computing.
He was also fortunate enough to obtain some of his training through the FBI.
Graham became a trainer himself in forensic practices, teaching other officers these skills and has run many training courses related to technology.
He continually pursues training himself in a wide variety of technology venues but has a strong passion for cyber security.
His drive is to teach people how to develop a better relationship with technology, but also how to secure yourself while venturing amongst it.
While this is a free event, registration for catering purposes is essential. Please register now!
- Note: You do not have to attend the lunch to attend this event