Computers make it possible to do many things - finding information, instant communications, online shopping and banking and so on - but if you're new to them they can seem baffling and perhaps a little scary. Here we provide some simple tutorials and videos to help you become more familiar and comfortable with what your computer can do for you. All content, articles and events on this page has been created and sourced by the Henfield Hub team. All content is drawn from our own personal experiences and is a resource of information we've tried to tailor make for the community. We hope you can find this information useful!
What do we do? • Supply, Upgrade, and repair all manner of computer equipment. Both Hardware & software • We install, and address issues with the internet, broadband, even the telephone lines • We can fix PCs & laptops that have become rather slow. • We remove viruses and all sorts of malware. • We can find lost data • Networking is a speciality. • And lastly we provide advice free of charge • We recently set up the Computers for users of the new Henfield Hub We would be happy to answer questions, we do not charge for advice provided over the phone, and sometimes we can solve problems over the phone too.
Steve Sim is an independent professional dedicated to providing bespoke 'Blended Training Solutions' delivering results in a fun and dynamic way. Steve has over 20 years experience in the full training life cycle covering: bespoke systems training, Training Needs Analysis, design, development, implementation and evaluation here in the UK and Internationally. I also provide floor walking, one to one desk side support, class room training, virtual on-line 'live' learning and eLearning development.
The Henfield Computer Club is for everyone who is interested in using and getting more out of their computing devices. Members bring their own Apple, Android or Windows devices for advice and assistance from our mentors and from other members. We also have a desktop running Windows for demonstration and web browsing etc. There is a colour printer, available at minimal cost, should you wish to have any material printed. The club is totally informal and friendly. It costs just £5 to join and then £2.00 for each session, which includes refreshments. There is no obligation to attend every week - just drop in when you want to. Not only is the Computer Club a place of learning but also a social hub. From time to time we run workshops and talks, details of which are circulated to all our members. Often these sessions are suggestions from the members themselves. To find out more, either come along to the Garden Room, Henfield Hall on a Wednesday between 9.30am and 12.00 noon, telephone 01273 494822 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. With the increasing membership, we are always happy to enlist more mentors. If you are fairly confident with the workings of your computing device, we would be delighted to have you join us. We, as mentors, find it very rewarding and we learn in the process too. There is no commitment to attend on a regular basis. .
Our free service is for housebound people.
If you are new to using the internet, there are many useful free tutorials and videos available for you.