The Digital Inclusion Project provides free drop-in computer classes across Sheffield with no start or end dates, just ongoing advice and support tailored to the needs of individual learners.
At these classes, with the step-by-step support of tutors, people can learn to use computers and other devices, from the very basics, to get you up to speed in the digital age. The project is funded by Sheffield City Council and delivered by Heeley Trust (a PKW Lead Partner).
Venues include libraries, the main centre at Meesbrook Hall, and community centres and TARA offices across the city including Stocksbridge, Parson Cross, Greenland, Hanover, Langsett, Stannington and Gleadless Valley.
Full information, a complete venue list, days, times and how to book: http://sheffieldonline.net/free-computer-classes/
Do you need digital help before the implementation of Universal Credit, this could be a great place to start.