Trying to keep up with digital technology can be frustrating and stress inducing to say the least. But the Yarraville Community Centre (YCC) is here to help!

    The YCC is hosting digital learning classes for anyone who needs help to navigate the digital world. Training programs include small group sessions on topics such as how to manage mobile phones, data and apps, understanding the internet, and how to get the most out of laptops and tablets. 

    Nathan Hennequin is YCC’s in-house digital mentor and specialist who also supports the trainers at the centre. He says, “Having access to digital learning is often life-changing for my students. Digital learning can help equip students with the skills to participate in digital life.” 

    YCC delivers free computer courses through State government ACFE funding in the Maribyrnong local government area. They are delivered at different levels from beginners to intermediate and include a class for smartphones, tablets and devices. The classes are suitable for people of all ages and backgrounds including culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) people. These courses are delivered by our team of experienced, professional and friendly teachers. In the short course area, which attracts a small fee, there’s a range of courses including, smartphone and SLR photography, a video marketing content course and a digital learning short course for study and work. 

    Digital tools and platforms are becoming ever more integral to our personal and working lives. If you are looking to build on your digital skills, please call Yarraville Community Centre for more information on 03 9687 1560 or email at

    Yarraville Community Centre
    Yarraville Community Centre
    Office: 59 Francis Street, Yarraville Vic 3013 Mail: PO Box 215, Yarraville Vic 3013 Phone: 9687 1560 Email: Web:

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