Please see below some of the resources I recommend and use during my training delivery! Delivering computer training and tuition requires a mix of delivery including visual, oral and hands on practicals. Click on the blue typing and this will activate a link to that particular resource.
Goodwill Community Foundation – a treasure trove of free tutorials and videos on all things technology – Microsoft Word, Microsoft Windows, Excel, Publisher, social networking and more.
Mousercise – excellent online tool to practice your mouse skills for beginners.
Keyboard – touch typing tutorial to get you started to learn typing without looking at the keyboard!
Free Rice – Like to help eliminate world hunger – play these games like improving your vocabulary, maths skills and much more!
ESOL courses – activities such as word find and match the picture to help you gain a better understanding of computer and internet terminology.
Computer and Technology Terminology – website with more activities to help with computer terminology.
Word search puzzle HERE.
ACORN – website about current cyber scams and a reporting feature from the Australian Government.
SCAMWATCH – Scamwatch is run by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). It provides information to consumers and small businesses about how to recognise, avoid and report scams.
BE CONNECTED – A website with free and easy to use tutorials on all things computer and digital devices, created by the Australia Government. Sign up for free!
Excel exercises – click on a file below to open an Excel workbook and use these files to practice on during training.
Word exercises – the file below are actual examples of how to properly format a document as per SA Police standards. The answers are also available below. See how you go!