Teach yourself to use the Internet

To support the upcoming inaugural Hatua Training Session, we thought it would be a good idea to start off by highlighting a good source for information to teach yourself how to work, play, and stay safe online.


The BBC has a very good website called WebWise  which aims to cover all aspects of online life and, as part of this, they have a whole section full of online courses :



Here, you can find a whole range of easy-to-use interactive tutorials that give you lots of basic information to help understand how to use your computer, get online, and start using the Internet. We would highly recommend this as a good place to go for anyone looking to get started using ICT.









Survey: VCO and Social Enterprise Web Presence

One of our primary aims is to remove the barriers that prevent organisations and individuals from accessing ICT. The most effective way to do this is to empower those organisations that support the region’s socially and digitally excluded individuals.

To better understand our primary beneficiaries we have created a brief survey and we would be grateful if you could spare some time to answer the questions.

By taking part in this survey you will

  • help us identify the voluntary sector’s web presence needs
  •  enable us to improve the services and support we offer

Click here to complete the Lancaster District VCOs and Social Enterprises Web Presence Survey.

Thank you for your time.