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1 September 2023

A dark blue background. Build the capacity of your group, club or organisation in order to encourage and support seniors in their digital journey. Guide and support your group, club or organisation to access grants for Be Connected projects. Train digital mentors from your group, club or organisation to be confident in mentoring older people to use technology. Activities and ideas to run a successful Digital Mentoring program through your group, club or organisation. Contact us and 0419 212 772. Underneath the ASCCA and Federal Government logos.

In today’s rapidly advancing digital world, staying connected and embracing technology has become more important than ever, especially for seniors. The Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association (ASCCA) is at the forefront of this movement, dedicated to bridging the digital divide and empowering Australian seniors to confidently navigate the digital landscape.

What is a Digital Mentor?

A Digital Mentor is someone who empowers others to feel comfortable and confident while using technology, such as computers, smartphones, and the internet. Being a Digital Mentor is about being a supportive teacher, not necessarily a tech expert.

Your Opportunity to Make a Difference

If you’re passionate about helping seniors embrace technology and want to play a role in decreasing the digital divide, ASCCA’s Digital Mentor program is an excellent opportunity for you. You don’t need to be a computer expert; all you need is the willingness to support and empower others in their digital journey.

ASCCA is thrilled to announce its upcoming face-to-face session, scheduled for Perth in September. The session will provide valuable insights and practical guidance to build your confidence and skills as an effective Digital Mentor.

Event Details:

Date: September 12th

Time: 8:45 AM (for a 9 AM start) until 4:30 PM

Location: Belmont Hub, 213 Wright St, Cloverdale, Perth

Registration: For free at Humanitix.

If you have any further inquiries or need additional information, please don’t hesitate to reach out to ASCCA via email at or by SMS to Tik at 0419 212 772.

Join ASCCA and be a part of the movement to empower Australian seniors in the digital age.