© Copyright 2021 Computer Friendly
Registered in England number 04398683 Registered Charity number 1096433
We are committed to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personal information in accordance with Data Protection legislation. ‘Personal information’ is information we hold which is identifiable as being about you. This Policy explains how and why we collect your personal information and how it is used.
Computer Friendly is committed to ensuring that the personal information it holds in electronic or hard copy form is managed responsibly in accordance with relevant legislation.
Click here for the current version of Computer Friendly Data Protection Policy (V1.0 06/01/2018).
Computer Friendly is committed to protecting from harm all individuals without exception, regardless of age, gender, marital status, family or caring responsibilities, gender identity, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, religion or belief, class or social background, political or trade union membership.
Click here for the current version of Computer Friendly Safeguarding Policy (V1.0 October 2020).
A helping hand at our Skew Bridge
A busy team at our Fleetville Community centre Drop-
Computer Friendly is a non-
Our objective is to help anyone in St Albans and District, including disadvantaged and excluded people, in gaining computer skills. These people could include the retired, unemployed or disabled from diverse groups.
We aim to support individuals who would benefit from our unique style of learning. While most learners attend training courses in public venues, we also assist those that need training in a location appropriate to their needs.
With only volunteers, we use premises in both St Albans and Harpenden to provide weekly Drop-
Click here for information about all of our courses:
Meeting visitors at the
St Albans Older People's Day, 2016.
Computer Friendly is a training organisation funded and managed by the charity St Albans and District Cafe Net. Cafe Net was founded in 2002 and for more than a year provided basic computer and Internet training from a former chapel using volunteers.
The charity reformed at the end of 2003 by setting up Computer Friendly, with a new part time manager but the same volunteers.
The charity is directed by a board of trustees and managed by a steering group comprising some trustees and appropriate partners and associates.