Senior citizens computer training specialist
Delivering awesome value to seniors' lives
07 4634 9350


Who says you cannot teach an old person new tricks?
Charles, 98 years old, decided last winter to start using the
internet and quickly became a natural at operating his new iPad.


We are now in the information age when an infinite amount of facts are widely available to anyone who can use a computer. But many senior citizens have a fear of computer technology. Like anything, this fear is caused by a lack of knowledge and understanding.

That is where David can help. With his 30 years of experience with personal computers and genuine caring and friendly nature, senior citizens can obtain sufficient skill in the use of computers to help them achieve anything they want to do.

Whether it be learning to use Windows, typing a letter, compiling a spreadsheet, finding your way around an Apple iPad or Android smartphone, searching for information on the web, keeping in touch with loved ones by email, or using Skype or Facetime to watch their grandchildren take their first steps, no matter where in the world they are, or advice on setting up a personal or business website, David will inform and inspire.

Perhaps you are an artistic sort who loves to draw and paint, David will show you how to do this with a computer. The applications (apps) of computers are truly only limited by your imagination.


Dave Fredericks

Born - David John Fredericks, 1968
Birthplace - Toowoomba, Queensland
Age - 46
Citizenship - Australian
Residence - Newtown, Queensland
Alma mater - University of Southern Qld
Occupation - programmer, entrepreneur
Founder - Toowoomba Computer Society




David John Fredericks is an Australian computer programmer, internet entrepreneur and autodidact.

He is the past owner of David Fredericks Web & Graphic Design, a Toowoomba-based website design business, which was nominated for the 2012 Toowoomba Business Excellence Awards. Some of his previous clients are listed here.

With a fascination of technology and the space age, Mr Fredericks has personally met three NASA astronauts, including the first man to walk on the moon Neil Armstrong in Sydney in 2011 and Australian-born Andy Thomas in Brisbane in 2010 and shaken their hands.

Dave is a Toowoomba resident and is a prolific letter writer to the editor of The Chronicle. The founder of the Toowoomba Computer Society, he is also the Vice President Public Relations of Business Focus Toastmasters Club and is on the management committee of the Toowoomba Clubhouse Association. He has travelled widely in Australia and overseas and enjoys sponsoring local charities, such as MS Queensland, the Depression Support Network Toowoomba and the Toowoomba Clubhouse.


Great coders are today's rock stars. Learn to code at code.org


Dave Fredericks met and shook the hand of Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, while at the Sydney Convention Centre on 24 August 2011.

Mr Armstrong was guest of honour at the 125th Anniversary of CPA Australia. The normally media shy man decided to go to the Sydney event because his father Stephen was an auditor for the Ohio state government. His father taught him mathematics which led to Neil's aerospace engineering career and astronaut wings.

At the event Mr Armstrong talked about the possibility of a permanent lunar scientific base and as it would be an international endeavour saw no reason why Australians couldn't be involved. This was in response to Dave's question from the 810 strong audience.

Neil Armstrong died of a heart bypass operation complication on 25 August 2012. His family buried his ashes at sea.

Just think, people today hold thousands of times more computing power in their pocket than NASA used to put man on the moon.


Phone 07 4634 9350
Mobile 0481 517 306

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For help with Apple Mac issues, please contact the Toowoomba Apple and MacIntosh Users Group at info@taamug.org.au or phone Graham MacAlpine on 0409 726 580.



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David Fredericks acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which we meet, walk, work and live - in particular the indigenous tribes of the Jagera, Giabal and Jarowair people whom have inhabited the Darling Downs for at least 40,000 years before European settlement.