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The web can be liberating for disabled adults – but a lack of training, accessibility and funding means the online world is a step too far for many. Follow this link to see a story featuring us in The Guardian.
Cambridge Online is an educational charity and social enterprise based in Cambridge. We help people from Cambridgeshire and the wider area to get online by teaching computer skills. We specialise in helping disabled and disadvantaged people, but our services are open to all.
We provide training in using personal computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones. We have a wide range of accessible hardware and software for people to try. With generous support from Cambridge City Council Tinder Foundation and TTP Group, many of our services are provided free of charge or at low cost. This year we remain £10k short of running costs – if you or your business can help, please see our Donations page – or to make a donation now Text COLC15 £5 to 70070 (just change the £5 to £1, £2, or £10 to change the amount you want to donate).
We run public access points and outreach sessions at various centres around Cambridge. Call 01223 300407 to find out more about our courses, or to book a session.
All new customers can have a free 30 minutes one to one taster session
We use the Learn My Way course to introduce people to the basics of computers and the Internet.
24 November 2015: Please note that the BT Answer 1571 feature connected to our 01223 300407 phone line is not working correctly – if you get a message saying “The Number You Have Dialed Has Not Been Recognised”, hang up and try again. The fault is random and frequent, and BT have been unable to fix it so far. If you do manage to get as far as leaving a message, we will get it.
Cambridge Online: Registered Charity No 1097218 (2003), Company No 3619629 (1998)
Cambridge Online Trading Limited: Company No 07788683 (2012)
Registered Office: Hester Adrian Centre, Hawthorn Way, Cambridge, CB4 1AX
This website and its content is copyright © Cambridge Online 2015