Lifelong learning programs

Our free adult programs enable social inclusion and wellbeing, allowing members of our community to feel a sense of belonging and worth.

Educating participants, encouraging community discussions and assisting in the access of online government services connects people and fosters informed citizens while building resilience in our community.

We aim to present a varied and inclusive mix of opportunities for engagement and learning throughout the year. Some of the events you can expect to find are:

  • Partnerships with community groups to present events like the Margaret River Readers and Writers Festival and Seniors Week events
  • Author talks
  • Music performances
  • Informative talks by community groups 
  • Writing workshops
  • Cultural celebrations such as Chinese New Year and NAIDOC week
  • Film screenings.

Digital training programs

Our digital programs aim to support our community in developing and enhancing digital skills and inclusion.

eResources training enables autonomy and builds confidence, promoting learning and literacy with free access to educational programs, professional development, 24/7 student assistance, reading and listening platforms and language studies.

We offer free access to digital literacy programs in group and individual sessions to members of our community aged 18 to 99.

The programs aim to:

  • Develop, support and enhance their digital skills
  • Provide free wi-fi and computer access to foster learning
  • Support productivity and economic development.

Our digital programs are delivered in a variety of ways, from group sessions to individual tutoring, covering an array of topics promoting social inclusion and community connection, encouraging discussions, and assisting personal development and wellbeing.

The delivery of digital training programs helps build resilience in vulnerable members of our community, empowering individuals with access to professional development platforms, assistance in preparing CVs and resumes. 

The digital programs also assist members of our community to have a better understanding of technology, improving their digital skills and nurturing independent and confident use of technology, allowing connection with family and friends creating an engaged community. Helping people to become digital citizens and at the same time allowing them to be confident users, raising awareness on the safe use of technology. 

Our digital training programs are possible thanks to partnerships with State and Federal government grant funding, GoodThings Foundation, and NBN Local.

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