). If you click on the "Learn" button at the top you can choose other languages and courses. Python is as good a language to learn as any (disclaimer: other languages are available
If you are up for it, once you've built a bit of experience and confidence there are some world class free courses online (with video tutorials, support, quizzes, exercises etc). My recommendations to start would be:
CS101 : udacity.com/courses
CS50x : edx.org (this uses the excellent codeskulptor.org online programming environment so you can program and save your stuff on any computer that has web access. it's well worth a look even if you are not doing the course)
both of these courses teach Python and assume no knowledge of programming or computing at all. The edX one also teaches what they call interactive programming i.e. GUI stuff.
good luck and stick at it: being able to think 'computationally' and to program is a rare but very useful and amazing skill to have.