Community Learning

Sessions can be designed as one-off standalone courses or as part of a multi-session package. We provide all equipment needed for the session which can include laptops, tablets, projector and screen, PA system and digital camera. Learner handouts and resources are also available if required depending on the course content.

We are currently offering courses covering the following topics but please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like a subject not mentioned and we will help if possible.

  • Family History research online using Ancestory and Family Search
  • Skype
  • E-mail
  • Setting up and using Ebay
  • Online shopping
  • Digital photos
  • File management
  • Microsoft Office
  • Facebook
  • Using the Internet



We also offer support sessions for partner organisations which currently include the Dementia Café at Louth Trinity Centre, Chapel St Leonards Village Hall computer group, Spilsby New Life Centre Computer Group and housing association computer groups.


As part of the Good Things Foundation we also take part in research projects or pilot schemes for new courses and national projects.

Currently we are starting MAS Financial Inclusion project in conjunction with Toynbee Hall


The following are research projects we have completed:


  • Carers
  • Vodafone
  • Comic relief
  • Prince’s Countryside Fund
  • Longitudinal learner research