Digital Springboard

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Thursday 16 May 2019 - Thursday 06 June 2019

Venue: Len Beadell Library


Digital Springboard

Digital Springboard is a community-based learning program that works to address identified digital skill gaps to ensure no one is left behind in today’s digital world. By attending a Digital Springboard course, participants can improve their digital skills and open up new employment and career opportunities. There are a variety of workshops to help you build your digital skills.

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Introduction to email - Thursday May 16 

This workshop is for people who are new to email and want to start using it in a personal or professional context. The workshop covers the basics of using email, including adding attachments, email signatures, changing settings and creating out of office replies. The course includes a practical exercise writing and sending an email from start to finish. To register, click here.

Build a CV - Thursday May 23 

This course is for people who want to build their CV from scratch or just want to refresh their existing one. It covers the key components of a CV and how to speak about strengths and skills. This course is for everyone, regardless of experience writing a CV or applying for jobs. To register, click here.

Write a Cover Letter- Thursday May 30

This course covers how to write a cover letter, but with a digital edge. It provides best practice tips for writing a cover letter when applying for a job and gives participants a sense of the digital tools they can use to stand out from the crowd. To register, click here.

Spreadsheets for Beginners - Thursday June 6

This course covers what spreadsheets are, how they work and different ways to use them. The course will walk through some of the most common spreadsheet tasks like formatting, using templates and downloading and sharing your spreadsheet with others. The course includes a guided activity to practice using some basic functions of a spreadsheet. To register, click here.


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