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Training Address
Dee Why RSL - Meehan Room, Level 1, 932 Pittwater Rd, Dee Why NSW 2099

Postal Address
Computer Pals for Seniors Northern Beaches Inc.
c/- 16 Coutts Crescent, Collaroy NSW 2097

Committee Members
Patron: Michael Regan, Mayor of Northern Beaches Council
President: Allan Burrowes
Vice President: Nan Bosler
Secretary: Margaret Randall
Treasurer: Ian Vickery
Training Coordinator: Anne Matthews
Ida Greenway
Newsletter: Judy Elias

The Club's Constitution and By-Laws are available to members on request. If you would like a copy, contact the Secretary.

Membership, lessons or trainer enquiries
Anne Matthews 9984 0604 or anne.computerpals@gmail.com

Training Hours
Monday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 5:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am – 12:00 noon
Public and school holidays - CLOSED

To bridge the gap
Whether you want to send emails or edit a video, there will be a gap between your current knowledge and the skills you need to achieve a good result and enjoy the process. Our club logo carries the words “Bridging the gap” and our aim is to help you bridge your knowledge gap whether it’s small or large.
Computer Pals for Seniors Northern Beaches is a club that has been active since 1995. We help interested seniors use their computers/devices more effectively. It is part of a popular and expanding network of similar computer clubs in Australia. The Northern Beaches club is a foundation member of the Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association, (ASCCA) that was formed in 1998 to give these clubs a national voice.
Seniors have many reasons for wanting to become familiar with computers/devices, particularly since they are used so widely in today's society. We can keep in touch with members of our family travelling anywhere in the world by e-mail or voice and video. We can manage our finances, do our banking, write our life histories and participate with our grandchildren who are using computers/devices. The list is endless.
Computer Pals for Seniors Northern Beaches is a non-profit organisation run by seniors for seniors. All members of the committee, and the trainers, are volunteers. Membership is open to people over the age of 55 years who have retired from full time work but may still be working up to 20 hours per week. In special circumstances membership may be offered to other people if they apply to the Committee.
Training currently takes place at The Dee Why RSL while the Tramshed Arts and Community Centre in Narrabeen is being renovated. We operate on a Monday and Tuesday from 9.00am to 5.00pm and on Wednesday from 9.00am to 12.00 noon. Our Club is closed during public and school holidays.
Training is one-on-one so you can work at your own pace with no pressure to keep up with others.

Computer Pals for Seniors Northern Beaches Inc. wish to express a special thank you for the generous support given over the years by our sponsors - Warringah Council, Pittwater Council, Dee Why RSL and Pittwater RSL.