New Courses


You will be shown how to record your own voice (narration) which can be used for your own created videos or PowerPoint presentations. You can even email verbal messages to other people. This may be quicker than typing a message. You can bring your own laptop, provided it has a fully charged battery. If you only use a desktop PC at home, to participate in the classroom you will need to bring a microphone with earphones to use on the desktop computers in the classroom. If this is an issue for you I may be able to provide you with one.  Contact Joy on 9729 9308.

Wednesday 17th July, 10.30 – 12.00



This course gives you a greater understanding of how to back up your files, etc.  on your PC using  File History and using the Windows 7 Backup for a System backup. This course includes how to restore your files back onto your computer.

Wednesday 24th July, 10.30 – 12.00



The first session will show you how to edit photos using the very basic tools that are provided in this app. The second session will show you how to create a video not only with your photos but other videos, adding sound, music and also narration.  Your Computer must have Windows 8 or 10 to have this App.

Wednesday 7th and 14th August, 10.30 – 12.00



OneDrive is Microsoft’s service to store, sync and share files including photos in the cloud. Access your files and folders you have saved on OneDrive by using any computer, smartphone or tablet provided you have an internet connection. Share it with other people by giving them access. Not only does it save you space on your own computer, but can be used as an offsite backup for all your files.

Wednesday 21st August and 4th Sept, 10.30 – 12.00


Touch Typing (Keyboarding)

Are you fed up with poking at the keys of your PC/laptop with one finger to type up a document? Why don’t you learn how to touch type, that is, learn to use all your fingers and at the same time speeding up your typing in the process?  It is never too late to learn how to do this. This course shows you how to achieve this in one term.

Friday 19th July – 13th September, 10.30 – 12.00



This course will improve your awareness and responses and help you stay safe.  You will learn defensive principles and self defence tactics. The course highlights minimal movement with maximum effect.  Topics include – reacting to perceived threat, minimising harm from encounters, profiling of attackers and health exercises that improve movement and strength. Suitable for all age groups and fitness levels.

Wednesdays 1.00 – 2.30 at Ainslie Park


Memories of my Childhood

Do you remember your school days, special family events, outings you had as a child, shopping in the “old days” and all those things that have changed?  You owe it to your family to pass on these memories.  With Susan’s help, in this class you will  share and record those memories  on paper.

Mondays, 10.00 – 11.30 in Room 3, Kent Avenue Scout Hall



This presentation will give you an overview of Biblical prophecy and the 66 books which make up the Bible. Whether you are a believer or atheist this Book deserves your attention.  Just for the record, there are 2000 Bible prophecies which have been fulfilled already, and 500 prophecies which are still future.  Paul Ambrose welcomes audience participation and is looking forward to a fun time together.

Tuesday 6th August, from 1.00—3.00 in the Swim Log Cabin



Michael O’Brien is an experienced probate lawyer who will answer your questions about making your will, applying for probate and the rules surrounding power of attorney. This is a one off presentation and comprehensive, easy to read information will be supplied to all participants before the session. Find out now how best to provide for yourself, your family and avoid problems.

Tuesday 20th August, 1.30—3.00 Swim Log Cabin