With the right advice and support using technology and the internet offers many positive benefits.
You can connect with friends and family and access a wealth of information to help you stay independent.
Our printable guide to new technology for older people(pdf, 1156KB) explains everything you need to know to get you started.
Why not share your skills and help others to get online too?
These organisations offer local training courses for beginners, to help you use the internet and new technology.
Most courses are free but some you have to pay for.
(Click each link for details)
|Monday||1 to 3pm||Gresham House TW11||RHP - 0800 0322 433|
|Tuesday||2.30 to 4.30pm||Whitton Social Centre||Age UK Richmond - 020 8744 1965|
|Tuesday||10.30am to 12.30pm||Hampton Baptist Church, TW12||Age UK Richmond - 020 8744 1965|
|Wednesday||10.30am to 12 noon||Barnes Green Centre, SW13||Age UK Richmond - 020 8744 1965|
|Wednesday||9.30 to 11.30am||Cambrian Community Centre, TW10||Cambrian Community Centre - 020 8948 3351|
|Wednesday||1.30 to 3.30pm||Twickenham Wellbeing Centre, TW1||Age UK Richmond - 020 8744 1965|
|Wednesday||3 to 5pm||Mortlake Community Association, SW14||Mortlake Community Association - 020 8487 5500|
|Thursday||10.30am to 12.30pm||East Sheen Baptist Church, SW14||Age UK Richmond (£1 fee) - 020 8744 1965|
|Thursday||11am to 1pm||Calvert Court, TW9||RHP (£2 fee) - 0800 0322 433|
|Friday||11am to 1pm||Redknap House, TW10||RHP - 0800 0322 433|
You can now get free WiFi in key locations across the borough. Visit our Richmond WiFi page to find out more.
Updated: 4 February 2016