A Mentor teaching a learner the iPad
picture of our meeting room with mentors and learners learning about computers
picture that the sky is the limit in your capability to learn as a member

Brisbane Seniors OnLine [BSOL] is a not for profit volunteer organisation. BSOL provides seniors aged over 50 and living in the Greater Brisbane area with training on computers and other digital devices such as tablets and smartphones. Lessons can be undertaken in a variety of subjects depending on the learner’s needs. We do not provide computer training for commercial purposes, nor do we provide technical support, computer repairs or maintenance.

Lesson can be undertaken in the learner’s home, local library, our offices, or other mutual locations. Learners are matched with a suitable Mentor who volunteers their time to help in the learning process.

BSOL also offers some special interest groups that meet on a monthly basis and specialise in areas of the digital world. Groups include Apple Equipment, Linux operating system and Digital Photography.

Mentor and Learner with a Mac laptop

Become a Learner

There is a small annual fee of $45 per learner, plus a one off joining fee of $20. These costs help in the administration of the Association. If you wish to pay by credit card or PayPal use our online form to apply for membership. For those paying by cheque or money order download the membership form and mail it to us.

Mentors at a meeting of BSOL

Become a Mentor

Mentors are volunteers that provide the training to our learners. Mentors are always welcomed at BSOL. Mentors can do as much or as little training as they desire. If you have computer experience and are willing to spend time working as a Mentor please follow this link to  apply to become a Mentor .

Bsol Reception

Become a Volunteer

BSOL also relies on volunteers to help in the administration of the Association. Volunteers run the Office, answer questions, and sign on new members. Volunteers also operate on the Management Committee helping to steer the Association in the right direction. If you wish to volunteer for this type of work call the Office, or follow this link to become a Volunteer