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NDIS Computer Training in South Australia

Are Your Computer Skills Holding You Back?


Unlock Your Potential with One-on-One NDIS Computer Training

Your NDIS funding* can be used to develop your computer skills. In today's digitally driven world, computer skills have become indispensable. Whether you're looking for a job, want to increase your employability, or simply harness the power of technology for personal growth, our computer training is practical, hands-on learning that will help you in today’s digital world.

Why Get Better at Using Computers?

  • Applying for Jobs: Most job applications are now submitted online. Employers often require you to create an online profile, submit a digital resume, and complete online assessments. If you lack computer skills, navigating these processes can be challenging and may lead to mistakes or difficulties in your application.

  • More Job Options: Many jobs require good to high level computer skills. Without these skills, your job options are likely to be limited to roles that may lower your earning potential or may not align with what you want from your career.


  • Get Promoted: Having poor computer skills can hinder your long-term career growth. You may struggle to keep up with industry trends and miss out on opportunities for advancement in your career.


  • Broaden Your Knowledge: Find out about the news, weather, recipes, entertainment, garden, home or exercise. Or develop your love of learning through history, geography, literature or science – all from your desktop.


  • Unlock New Desktop Hobbies and Interests: Want to explore a new hobby? With good digital literacy you can discover the joys of design, programming, blogging, music or gaming. Explore new passions and hobbies through technology.**


  • Connect with your Community: Want to find out what is happening? Discover what people are doing at your local Council, in your suburb or within groups of people with similar interests.


  • Daily Organisation: Computers can help manage your personal and family tasks. Whether it's having an online diary for important events, an excel spreadsheet for your budgeting or shopping from the convenience of home, having good digital literacy can help with your personal and family organisation.


  • Effective Communication: Computers and the internet are vital tools for communication. Good computer skills enable you to communicate with friends, family, carers and work colleagues via email and video calls.

Why Choose One-on-One NDIS Computer Training?

At Beneficent we understand the significance that practical computer skills can have for people with a disability. Our personal training courses are tailored to meet your individual needs.

  • Initial Assessment: Our initial assessment lets us know where you are at and what computer skills you most need to learn to achieve your goals. We can also identify if the hardware and software is suitable for your needs. We will refer you to a session with an Occupational Therapist if needed.

  • Start at the Right Level: Whether you are a complete novice or an experienced computer user looking for those extra tips – we’ve got you covered.

  • Your Pace: We’ll work with you, at your pace, to ensure you pick up and learn at every step.

  • Individual Attention: One-on-one learning allows you to ask the questions that are important to you. It is focused on your needs

  • Hands-On Learning: We believe in learning by doing. Our training provides you with practical, hands-on experience, so you can apply what you learn immediately.

  • Experienced Trainers: Our trainers are highly experienced and qualified adult educators.

  • Flexible Learning: Our one-on-one sessions are combined with professionally developed tutorials and self-paced modules to help you get the most from your investment.

What Do We Teach?

Beneficent one-on-one NDIS computer training covers everyday computer use, such as:


  • Basic computer skills: If you’ve never turned a computer on before, this is for you

  • Word: Used in almost all workplaces, Word is a robust and popular document writer

  • Excel: Used for budgets, lists and graphs, excel is a standard in many organisations

  • Powerpoint: Discover the joy of giving an online or in person presentation with powerpoint

  • Internet: The internet is a treasure trove of information – discover how to navigate the millions of websites and how to make sense of the sites once you get to one.

  • Email: Communicate with peers, friends, families and carers. Learn email etiquette, how to add and save attachments and get the most out of your inbox.

  • Zoom: Connect with employers and family with zoom and other video calling platforms.

  • Smartphones and Tablets: Better understand the device settings and whether to swipe up or down or press a home button.

Are You Ready to Embrace the Digital Age?

Contact us today to learn more about our one-on-one computer training and embark on a journey of personal and professional growth.


Who Are Your Trainers?

Tammy Fisher

City and North

Mark Houston

City and South

Where is the Training Delivered?


  • South Australia: Our one-on-one training can be delivered anywhere in South Australia an online medium, this allows us to share screens and see what you are seeing. Some of our participants find this daunting at first but once accustomed to it love it for its convenience and accessibility.

  • Edwardstown: 6/938 South Road, Edwardstown

  • Mawson Lakes: West Wing Innovation House, Mawson Lakes

  • Munno Para: Stretton House, 307 Peachy Road, Munno Para

  • Murray Bridge: Venue as agreed with participant

  • Mt Gambier: The Convent, 20 Penola Road, Mt Gambier

What’s the Cost?


This costs includes: 10 minutes of non face to face time for every hour of training 

** Beneficent computer training does not cover specialist software programs such as design, gaming or similar. These are given as examples of the types of hobbies that can be pursued once you gain good digital literacy.

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