Level Up - Digital Upskilling Program


Lake Kawana Community Centre
Tue 28 February 2017

Time: 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start
Tickets: Free - registration required
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With NBN rollouts occurring across the Sunshine Coast, chances are you’ve thought about faster internet, whether you should connect to the NBN and how it might impact your life or business.

To help local businesses better understand what high speed broadband could mean for them, Council is launching the ‘Level Up’ digital up-skilling program. Business owners and their staff are invited to find out how this program can benefit them at a free information session on Tuesday, February 28 from 5:15pm (for a 5:30pm start) at Lake Kawana Community Centre.

The Level Up program is a Sunshine Coast Council funded program aimed at helping local small and medium businesses connect to faster internet (where available), and to ensure they have the necessary skills and capacity to fully utilise digital tools, innovation principles and business solutions to enable them to improve their productivity, profitability and ability to compete locally, nationally and internationally, where desired.  You can read more about the program here.

Come along by yourself or bring the whole team to the information session for the Level Up program happening on Tue 28 February at 5:15pm for a 5:30pm.

Whilst the event is free, numbers are limited and bookings are essential, please register here.

The program offers busy business owners and their staff the chance to learn hugely valuable business information in an ultimately flexible manner including access to one hour webinars (all of which are recorded), half day workshops or the full program including one on one mentoring support.

Come along and hear from industry specialists as well as locals who have already made great changes in their business of this nature, and how it has dramatically helped them and their businesses.

 

Tuesday 28 February at 5:15pm for a 5:30pm

Tickets: Free - registration required

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