Introduction to Video Calling Hornsby - Ku-ring-gai Community College

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Introduction to Video Calling

Video calling (using Zoom and Skype)

**OVERVIEW ** Video calling is an additional way to connect with friends and family as well as participate in activities, events and appointments from a distance. The aim of this workshop is to teach people how to use common video calling applications in safe and appropriate ways.

WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR? Seniors who would like to learn how to use video calling and test it out in a safe environment.

HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE This training guide includes the information and materials needed to teach people about video calling. It is accompanied by an optional presentation with images and videos to enhance the learning experience. There is also a Quick Reference Guide that you can print and give to participants to take home. We have provided a few links to external videos on the internet. These were available at the time of publishing but might no longer be accessible.

WHAT PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN In this workshop, participants will play with different video calling apps and learn how to: • use video calling in different aspects of their lives • make video calls to one or more people • join and leave video calls • control audio and video during a video call • set up a video call to look and sound good • practice perfect video calling etiquette, and • protect their privacy

Note this class is for seniors aged over 60. Hornsby Ku-Ring-Gai Community College has received funding to run these low-fee courses under the Tech Savvy Seniors Program – a NSW Government initiative in partnership with Telstra. Photo ID is required.

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