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In today’s day and age computers are an important part of everyday life.  It’s not only businesses who rely on a computer to be able to run their business but also the everyday home-user.  A PC (personal computer) can be a very useful tool in the following ways:-

Most children now grow up using computers from a young age but for a large number of the adult community buying a computer, setting up their new computer and learning how to use the computer is a very daunting task.  Common questions we are often asked are:-

1. What is email?  How do I send an email?

2. What is a computer virus and how can I protect my PC?

3. How can I keep in touch with my friends and family?

4. What is a webcam?  How do I use one?

5. How can I turn my computer off safely?

6. How can I copy my photographs to a disc?

7. I’m afraid I am going to break my computer,  can I?

8. I’ve never used a computer before.  Am I too old to learn?

RAUNDS IT can offer computer training on a one to one basis in the comfort of your own home.  We speak plain English and avoid fancy jargon.  We work with you at your own pace and set you targets to complete between each lesson.

RAUNDS IT has been contacted by numerous OAP’s who are desperate to keep in touch with absent families.  Not only did we supply a suitable computer, printer and organise their broadband, but we have supplied full computer training on a private one-to-one basis in comfort of their own homes, at a pace they could manage with full telephone support when needed at no extra charge.

Each person learns at a different pace which will dictate how many lessons will be needed. On average most beginners and the elderly have required 6 face-to-face lessons with unlimited telephone support as and when needed.  

We charge £25 per lesson with an average lesson being 1-1.5 hours in length.

Computer Training

  • Online banking
  • Grocery shopping
  • Booking holidays
  • Homework/studying
  • E-mail
  • Writing letters
  • Using the internet
  • MSN/Facebook/Skype
  • Editing/storing photos
  • Backing up data
  • Business use
  • Listening to music
  • Watching TV/DVD’s
  • Playing games