Kogarah Seniors Computer Club is a non profit organisation managed and run totally by volunteers 5 days a week. The goal of our Club is to encourage seniors over 50 within the community to learn the use of computers and to learn at a pace comfortable to them. The Club was founded by Norma Thorburn following a public meeting at Kogarah School of Arts on Tuesday, 10th August, 1999, which about 100 people attended, with the first lesson held on Monday, 7th February, 2000. We have a set curriculum covering Word, Excel, Publisher (including Card Making), Power Point and Internet and Courses on Laptop, Tablets, Internet & Digital Photography. Our Club features the latest equipment and technology due to progressive updating and we have 9 computers operating in an airconditioned room at the Kogarah School of Arts building.