Find free or low cost computer classes, both in person and online.

Chuck Bailey’s Seniors Computer Club
13458 - 107A Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 0G4
Tel: 604-598-5898  
Currently suspended due to COVID-19 concerns. Drop in and ask questions or discuss your favorite bit of technology. Must have a senior’s centre membership ($25 per year). Ages 55+. 

Cloverdale Seniors Computer Club
6188 - 176th Street, Surrey BC
Tel: 604-598-7960  
Currently suspended due to COVID-19 concerns. Club hosts their own tutorials and brings in outside speakers. Wide range of expertise among members. Must have a senior’s centre membership ($25 per year). Ages 55+. 

Computer classes at Surrey Libraries
Currently suspended due to COVID-19. Free beginners’ classes offered at City Centre, Guildford, Semiahmoo, Strawberry Hill libraries. Covers computer basics including mousing, using the Internet, email and Microsoft Word basics. Also offers drop in technology help at some branches.

Computer Comfort @ Neil Squire Society
400-3999 Henning Dr,  Burnaby, BC V5C 6P9
Tel: 604-473-9363   muneshr@neilsquire.ca
Provides one-on-one computer training for people with disabilities in a supportive, participant-centered environment. Areas of training include word processing, email, and the internet. Also available online as Distance Computer Comfort; contact Gordon Watt at gordonw@neilsquire.ca for information. Also offer a range of other technology programs, including help accessing customized techology solutions and a program connecting people with local makers to find accessibility solutions.

Computer Sessions @ Seniors Come Share
15008 – 26 Ave. Surrey BC V4P 3H5
Tel: 604-531-9400 ext 203, volunteer@comeshare.ca
Currently suspended due to COVID-19.  Free computer classes taught by volunteer seniors. Teaches basic Internet and computer skills.  Pre-registration required. By donation.

Digital Connect
Unit #205, 12725 80th Avenue, Surrey, BC V3W 3A6
Tel: 604-404-1215  chandni.patel@pics.bc.ca  outreach@umojaoperations.ca  
Free virtual basic computer training. Free, 12 week program where you will receive coaching and guidance in employment-related areas, learn key online job search skills and networking skills. For permanent residents, open work permit holder, refugee claimant or non-Canadian citizen.

Newton Senior’s Computer Club
13775 - 70th Avenue Surrey, BC V3W 0E1
Tel: 604-501-5010 
Currently suspended due to COVID-19. Computer classes, drop-in tech sessions and workshops for seniors.  Annual membership is $15 but you can try it for 3 meetings first. 

Online Computer Classes @ Learning Express & Lynda
Free, online tutorials for learning popular software titles from Microsoft and Adobe. Learn at your own pace. Requires library card to login. Both services offer online classes on a range of topics.

Tech Buddies
Tel: 604-531-9400 Ext. 219
Seniors can meet one on one with a Tech Buddy instructor. Meet in person with a Tech Buddy at a local coffeeshop (Tim Hortons behind Semiahmoo mall) and they are entitled to 3, 1 hour sessions over a 3 week period.  They must wear a mask and the volunteer also wears a mask. They must be mobile and able to bring their own technology to learn from (either use the Wifi at Tim Hortons or have their own data).

Typing Club
Free online typing lessons. Nice interface and you can save your progress.

White Rock Senior’s Computer Club
1475 Kent Street White Rock BC
Tel: 604-541-2231 
Currently suspended due to COVID-19.  Lectures on a variety of topics for all skill levels. Meetings on Wed 12:30-2:30pm.  Must have current membership, runs from September to May. First 3 visits are free.

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