Get to know your iPad
Who is this course for?
This course is designed for people who have their own iPad and want to make the best use of it.
Learn more about how to make the most of your iPad
Including as many of the following topics as there is time to cover, depending on your current skills and knowledge of your iPad:
• Setting a password for your iPad
• How to set up an iTunes account (if you haven’t already done so)
• Searching for and downloading Apps
• Searching the Internet using the Google app
• Surfing the Internet using Safari
• Connecting to the Internet when you’re out and about using WiFi
• How to set up printing from your iPad at home (using a wireless printer)
• Backing up your iPad (to a PC or iCloud)
• Using your iPad to set up an email account (if you don’t already have one) and to send and receive emails
• Using your iPad to take photographs and videos
Support and feedback
One- to-one discussions with your tutor and general group discussion
Additional costs and requirements
You will need to bring your own iPad and have details of any passcodes and passwords needed to use it (if you have already set anything up which needs them)
There are no additional costs.
You may be eligible for a learner bursary if you can demonstrate that attending a course will improve your wellbeing. Eligibility is determined after a short interview with a member of our learning support team. You must be aged over 19 on 31st August 2017 and your household income below £15,276 to access this fund. Contact your local centre for more details.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
No, but your tutor will suggest things you could do
Between sessions to keep improving your skills
About the tutor
Anne Tudor-Kerr currently works for Learn Devon mainly in the northern area. Prior to this she worked for the North Devon Pathfinder Trust and before that as a classroom teacher with Avon and Somerset Council.
Anne has a Bachelor of Education with Honours from the University of the West of England. Anne has worked for many youth organisations including The Air Training Corps, Girls Brigade, Brownies, and Guides. Since moving to Devon eight years ago she has concentrated on the learning requirements of adults particularly those requiring support into employment.
“I love teaching adults although, they are quite different from young people in their requirements, the challenges are still very rewarding. To watch the progression of an adult with no knowledge to a confident user of a computer who finds employment is the best reward there is”.
Anne Tudor-Kerr –Tutor, Learn Devon