Free BT Tech Lessons

Message from BT.

We’ve partnered with ITV and some familiar faces to run a series of daily tech lessons over the next couple of weeks that’ll help you and your family stay connected. Now’s the time to share more than ever so if this doesn’t apply to you, forward on to someone who might need a helping hand with tech.
We’ll be covering various topics, including:

Monday 20 April: Getting your business online with Jake Humphry
Tuesday 21 April: Digital wellbeing with Fearne Cotton
Wednesday 22 April: Working from home with Clare Balding
Thursday 23 April: Family time online with David Walliams
Friday 24 April: Learning at home with David Walliams
Monday 27 April: Online banking with Angelica Bell
Tuesday 28 April: Safety online with Rochelle & Marvin Humes
And more.

When can I watch the lessons on ITV?

We’re showing one lesson, twice each day for the next couple of weeks, during the ad break for This Morning at around 10.10 and again, in the evening, during the ITV News ad break at around 18.40.
Don’t worry if you miss it, you can catch up and discover more tips at Top Tips on Tech.

We’ve got even more digital tech tips, guides and free courses online

We’re not just passionate about keeping you connected, we want people to feel confident and comfortable using digital technology. That’s why we’re committed to empowering 10 million people across the UK with tech skills by 2025.
We call this initiative Skills for Tomorrow.
Here you’ll find lots of guides, online courses, and resources for parents, work, business, teachers, and general everyday life.
We’re proud to be able to help bring the country together at this difficult time, connecting you to what matters most – each other.
Thanks, Your BT Team
Take care and stay safe.

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