DATE: Tuesday October 24, 2017
TIME: 3:00pm – 4:30pm
ADDRESS: 333 Wilson Avenue, Suite 406
Social Media has changed the way we meet new people, shop, connect with family and friends, explore topics of interest, learn new skills and even share ideas. It is not surprising that the popularity of social media has grown steadily among older adults. Seniors now making up the fastest growing demographic on Facebook and interest in other social tools is growing among older adults.
With so much information on Social Media comes a great deal of mixed messages. Understanding how they work is key to reaping the personal and business benefits these platforms offer. Join us on October 24th to learn the basics of the popular tools that make up Social Media (Blogging, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.). Greg Keane will explain the benefits and show you how to make connections to grow your networks.
In this workshop you will learn:
This workshop is free of charge to adults 50+ and light snacks are included. To register call 416-785-8570 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
About our presenter
Greg Keane is an information technology consultant and trainer with over 20 years of experience in the IT field. He has in the past advised on and delivered technical seminars to small business owners through Enterprise Toronto and Technology Trainers. He now runs his own consulting firm, Speak Geek To Me, offering the same services. Greg presents on a wide range of topics including e-business, social media, technology integration, computer security, computer access, computer literacy, implementation strategies, personal growth and motivation. His unique understanding and hands-on technical ability, coupled with his passion to train and pass on his expert insights make him a formidable speaker.
333 Wilson Avenue
Toronto, M3H 1T2
Starts: 2017-10-24 15:00:00
Ends: 2017-10-24 16:30:00
Ontario Society of Senior Citizens’ Organizations /La Société des Organisations des Citoyens Aînés de l’Ontario (OSSCO/SOCAO)
OSSCO/SOCAO is a provincially registered charity. Our tag line "Seniors transforming Ontario through wisdom, insight and experience" reflects our mission and membership.
Founded in 1986, our goal is to improve the quality of life for Ontario seniors through educational programs, research and public policy awareness. Member organizations and individuals represent senior citizen networks, alliances, groups as well as the non-profit, government and private sector organizations who support the diverse and multicultural seniors community.