IT support and training

We are not IT experts, but for some groups, we offer basic computer skills training.  See our Support for Resource Centre member groups page to find out if we can help your group.

Click on the Links tab at the top of this page for details of other useful organisations who can help your group make good use of technology.

We have four computers in our Print room, which groups are welcome to use.  We do not offer training but our front desk staff will do their best to help with tips on using our software to get the results you want, and we are always available to help groups use the equipment in the Print Room.  Click on the Printing tab for details of our computer network and the software available.

For groups who have downloaded our free accounts systems, we offer ongoing technical support.

Equipment available from the Resource Centre

Equipment available from other suppliers

The services listed below are not provided by the Resource Centre. These are websites and services we feel are particularly useful for small groups in Brighton & Hove, and which are not easy to find by searching the internet.

Most useful services for local groups

Laptops and data projectors to hire: People can hire an individual laptop or suite of Internet-ready PC laptops with projector for training. They are particularly keen to help small groups with no paid staff.
Will build a website for your organisation and provide a manual on how you can maintain and update it. Contact them for details of prices.
SCIP also run bespoke training in IT and social media. Check their website for more details.

Website with up to date details of places to access the internet or learn IT skills in Brighton & Hove.

HaKiT have dual symbol Arabic/English keyboards and Global Office software. This allows people to read and write documents in Arabic, Chinese, Bengali, and other languages.

Other services you might find useful

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All Resource Centre information is available for free because we know small community groups have small budgets. However, we are a small charity, so if you are in a position to make a donation, it will help us to keep running this service into the future.