Computing classes for Brechin centre

Angus College Brechin Learning Centre will be holding classes for anyone one feels they need help getting to grips with their PC or laptop.

Whether Santa brought you a computer for Christmas that you don’t know how to use, or you may like to learn more about computing then centre can help.

The centre offers classes aimed at different skill levels from PC Basix for beginner and More PC Basix for those who wish to take their computing skills one step further.

Located at the back of Brechin High School on Duke Street, the centre has top of the range equipment with spacious facilities. The two classes begin on Tuesday, January 25 and run for eight weeks.

The classes are ILA funded so if you earn less than £22,000 per year you may be eligible for the £200 funding. To get more information and application pack telephone 0808 100 1090.

If you are a more advanced user, the centre may also have something for you. Classes are available in Photoshop and Creative Computing on Wednesday afternoons.

For more information on any of the above classes or to find out what else is offered at the Brechin Centre, Please contact Sheila Macgregor on 01356 624779 or come along to the centre for a chat.