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City of Seattle opens registrations for Seniors Training Seniors computer classes

Posted by Danielle Anthony-Goodwin on February 5th, 2014

DCF 1.0Registration for the City of Seattle’s Seniors Training Seniors computer classes has now opened.  If you are an older adult looking for a place to learn how to use computers in a fun and stress-free learning environment sign u for the classes that run from February through April.

The classes are sponsored by the Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens which is part of the Seattle Human Services Department. Seniors Training Seniors offers classes such as “Introduction to Computer Basics,” where students learn basic skills including beginning word processing, Internet skills, and e-mailing.

For those already familiar with the basics, there is a “Beyond the Basics” class, which teaches more advanced skills.

The closest Seniors Training Seniors sites to Ballard are in Wallingford and Greenwood. Seniors Training Seniors computer classes are open for adults age 50 and above and are taught by fellow seniors. Class fees are modest.

To register or hear more information about class dates, contact Patti-lyn Bell at the Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens, at (206) 684-0639 or email patricia.bell@seattle.gov.

Photo courtesy of The City of Seattle.

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