Workshops provide a friendly, fun setting to learn with peers! We provide workshops to community centers, retirement communities, and any other organization that represents seniors. Our presentations teach groups how to use technology and help participants decide if they want to continue researching, sharing, and connecting with it! Groups of more than 4 people can learn about using and choosing:

  • computers, such as Macs (for those with no computer experience);
  • tablets, such as iPads;
  • cell phones, such as iPhones;
  • email, such as Gmail;
  • social media platforms, such as Facebook;
  • instant messaging platforms, such as Facebook messenger;
  • music players, such as iPods;
  • word processing software, such as Microsoft Office and Open Office;
  • online stores;
  • online transactions;
  • online banking;
  • fraud and virus prevention techniques;
  • Windows 10 updates; and
  • much more!

If you think a workshop is right for you, ask your community activity manager to schedule a free* workshop today! If you represent a community center, retirement community, or any other organization that represents seniors, contact us to request a free* workshop today!

*Free workshops are available for establishments that we have not yet presented at in 2017. As we are a senior-focused company, we require the establishment to be one that caters to seniors. We are committed to providing the best service possible, so we also require a presentation area with seating, and prefer access to a projector or a large screen.

As we have a proven record of successful workshops, past workshop hosts have offered to recommend our services. If you would like a referral of our work, please call Ms Lucie Chênevert and Mme. Lise-Michèlle Bouchard of the Council on Aging of Ottawa. You can contact them at 613-789-3577, using extensions 106 and 101, respectfully. You may also call Ms. Phillis Courteau, the Activities Coordinator at the Carlingwood Retirement Community, at 613-656-0333.