"Please help us to turn the tide of indifference, and support our pioneering work to provide brighter futures.."
Simon Rooksby founder of computers for charities

Training & Courses









Available Courses and training...

In conjunction with Computers for Charities over fifteen years of developmental experience has been gained. Includes: Educational programs, Vocational courses for UK & Overseas Educational Institutions and Organisations

Developed by Computers for Charities. NPA award "Computer Hardware" at SCQCF level 4 SQA provides practical and theoretical key skills in Computer repairs, Recycling, Health & Safety and more.

SQA courses are suited as Science or Vocational subject for 14 - 95 year olds, providing a stepping stone to higher education or employment.

  • If you are not licenced as a training centre or with either awarding bodies. We can advise.

Full teaching materials are available at cost to Schools, Colleges, Adult Learning, Training establishments including Prison education services. Further information available from "Computers for Charities"

Courses outlined initially developed by CfC, in response to HM Prison request to address deteriorating literacy levels within UK Prison establishments. Given 71% of offenders falling below acceptable literacy levels. (This course has provided excellent results)

For more information please call: Tel: (+44) 01323 848588 or use the link to Email

Examples of other CfC educational projects include:

  1. "Three steps" a mentoring program provides training and basic skills models to steer disadvantaged and vulnerable persons into potential employment
  2. "African schools on line" provides a full ICT educational package for overseas Secondary / Primary school including curriculum development
  3. Streamline: Providing support to overseas Ministries of Education to aid ICT monitoring, development and integration, both regionally & nationally.

Computers for Charities offers consultancy services to UK & Overseas organisations seeking to develop I.T or educational initiatives

For more information contact us now: Call Tel: 01323 848588 or email using this LINK