Six ways in which the digital learning programme will help senior citizens
- 1.Senior citizens will no longer need an address book and will be able to connect with loved ones on social media.
- 2.Banking online will makes senior citizens independent and confident.
- 3.The benefits of online shopping will make life easy and convenient.
- 4.Mobile and web applications to get news, directions, health statistics, call a cab etc. without any assistance will be empowering.
- 5.Being safe and secure in the digital sphere will make give senior citizens tremendous peace of mind.
- 6.The course is designed from a practical, needs-based approach and run by sensitive and experienced faculty
1. Internet Browsing
- Browsing Apps and Websites
2. Banking and Finance
- Internet Banking, paying premium online
3. Digital Communication
- Whatsapp, Facebook, Skype, Youtube
4. Cyber Security
- Digital fraud, secure passwords
5. Utility Apps
- Security, Health, Urban Clap, Uber, Google Maps
6. Online Shopping
- Finding best deals, secure payments
The CEO of Mycity4kids marking a self-reliant advent into digital marketing, Prashant completed his graduation in Economics from Delhi University and an MBA from the Times School. His repertoire of achievements includes corporate experience in well-recognised organizations like Times of India, Pepsico and Aviva, across sales, research and marketing.
With experience in all facets of marketing, including brand management, product marketing and advertising, Nishant currently heads Integrated Marketing Communication at Tata Docomo. He is an Economics Hons graduate from Delhi University and has worked in organisations like J Walter Thompson, Idea Cellular & Motorola.
- 15 hour programme, starting Saturday, February 13, 2016, running over three weekends at Simply Digital, Gurgaon
- Practical Training
- 2.5 hour classes
- 20 limited seats