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Wimmera Southern Mallee Local Learning & Employment Network

Wimmera Southern Mallee Local Learning & Employment Network embraces cloud technology to help develop positive futures for young Western Victorians

Posted on 20/07/16 by Sean
Wimmera Southern Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network (WSMLLEN) is a Government funded, not-for-profit organisation working to provide positive futures for the young people of western Victoria. Located in the regional city of Horsham in Victoria, approximately 300 kilometers north-west of Melbourne, WSMLLEN works closely with schools, businesses and other community organisations to improve the education outcomes for all young people, particularly for those at risk of disengaging from education – and is just one of 31 Local Learning and Employment Networks (LLENs) situated in Victoria.

Improvements to discounts program

Posted on 18/07/16 by Mathan Allington
We’ve recently gone through some organisational changes at Connecting Up, and we hope you’re starting to notice some improvements to the Discounts program. We’ve beefed up our Business Development team to provide more vendors, more products and more discounts!
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5 new discounts partners now available for Connecting Up members

Posted on 14/07/16 by Mathan Allington
Brand new computers, discounted rates | Customised digital workplaces | Antivirus & more

Recent storms show the importance of cloud technology

Posted on 08/06/16 by Sean
The recent outages of major banking, streaming and food ordering services caused by storms in New South Wales demonstrate how vital it is for organisations to have good IT infrastructure and information backed up on the cloud in various locations.

Connecting Up attend the CIC conference | Day two – Lieutenant-General David Morrison AM

Posted on 31/05/16 by Andy Mulvany
The final presentation of the conference was given by the current Australian of the Year, Lieutenant-General David Morrison AM. This fabulous end to the conference saw Morrison share his journey of discovery during his time as the head of the Australian Army between June 2011 and his retirement in May 2015. Morrison spoke of his challenge in confronting the culture of the Army and his mission to institute a process of change. Connecting Up joined the final presentation of the Communities in Control Conference to hear Morrison’s journey of discovery and his plan for change.

Connecting Up attend the CIC conference | Day two – Magda Szubanski

Posted on 31/05/16 by Andy Mulvany
Through her creation and portrayal of a slew of memorable and colourful chaacters, Magda Szubanksi has provided a humorous (though sometimes dark) window on some of the colourful characters that make up our communities. But as a great as these characters are, as much as they tell us about ourselves, the woman is far more interesting than her creations. Connecting Up joined Szubanksi’s talk at the Communities in Control conference to hear all about it, in her own words.

Connecting Up attend the CIC conference | Day two – Peter Fitzsimons AM

Posted on 31/05/16 by Andy Mulvany
Sometime in the next decade, perhaps in the next five years, Australia is going to have a party like no party before – our first night as a free-standing Republic, according to Australia's top republican. Connecting Up returned for day-two of the CIC conference to hear from author, columnist, sportsperson, and Chair of the Australian Republican Movement, Peter FitzSimmons AM.

Connecting Up attend the Communities in Control (CIC) 2016 Conference | Day one summary

Posted on 30/05/16 by Andy Mulvany
The Communities in Control Conference (CIC) brings together volunteers, supporters, and leaders in the community service, environmentalism, and social justice networks – and Connecting Up were eager to join in the discussion, debate, and to learn from peers in the sector.

Connecting Up Conference 2016 wrap-up

Posted on 27/05/16 by Sean
Not-for-profit (NFP) organisations from across Australia converged upon the heritage listed Hawthorn Arts Centre in Melbourne (18-20 May) for the Connecting Up 2016 Conference, a three-day interactive event aimed at NFP organisations seeking to discover new solutions to further engage their communities and to improve organisational practices through the use of technology.
Adobe Creative Cloud Training

Introducing Adobe Workshop and Webinar Series

Posted on 06/05/16 by Sean
Connecting Up have created a series of workshops and webinars to help your not-for-profit get a headstart in designing great newsletters, websites, and publishing - learn to tell your story with digital storytelling tools or engage your community with fantastic photos.

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