We are committed to ensuring residents like you are supported and ready for the future.
We want to help residents to access online services such as paying bills online, keeping in touch with family and friends or even shopping online.
As more of our services will become digital in the future and some only available online, it is important to ensure that local residents are aware of the benefits of using the internet and have the relevant skills and confidence to use it.
Through training, workshops and drop-in sessions, we're giving you the opportunity to gain and develop your online skills.
We are working with a range of organisations and local groups, holding training sessions to help people get the most out of their devices, whether they are laptops, tablets or smartphones.
We are undertaking 5-week training sessions and drop-in sessions with residents in local housing schemes and local community groups and are now planning our next phase of work. Check the map and upcoming training events below to find a session near you.
Our training is generally split across 5 weeks, working in certain locations around Peterborough. Sessions are designed to offer an introduction as well as the following subjects:
- Differences between devices
- Using the Peterborough City Council websites, highlighting benefits such as paying by Direct Debit online and communication with us through social media
- How to complete online forms
- Setting up an email account and how to use it
- Accessing organisational websites
- Online shopping
- Catch-up TV
- Connecting with friends and family
There will also be the opportunity to ask questions and cover topics, where possible, that may not be listed in the general overview.
|Online Basics - every Thursday - 10:30am until 11:30am||Bretton Library|
|Online Basics - first Friday of every month - 11am until 12noon||Werrington Library|
|Online Basics - every Tuesday - 1.30pm until 2.30pm||Orton Library|
Please note: More 5 week course(s) coming soon