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Digital Springboard

Our libraries are now a part of the Digital Springboard program. Digital Springboard is a collaboration between Infoxchange and Google and is designed to help people of all ages learn the digital skills they need to thrive in both work and life.

This community-based learning program addresses digital skill gaps to make sure no one is left behind in today’s increasingly digital world. Courses are run in both the Freeling and Kapunda branches. The latest course schedule can be seen on our online booking page.

Who is Digital Springboard for?

Digital Springboard helps people to grow their digital knowledge and skills in many ways, including…

  • helping people get their first job
  • helping people already working to move into a new role
  • assisting people who are new to Australia to understand how to set up a business here and the digital tools they need to help make it a success
  • supporting people who are moving out of older industries or looking for more employment to learn new, up-to-date skills that will help them find work
  • building social connections and job opportunities for all people across Australia, including those experiencing homelessness, with disabilities or living in remote or regional areas

The courses offered as part of the Digital Spingboard Program are broken down into three main groups.

Skills for work

Skills to boost your career or business

Skills for starting your own business

 

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Ken Lyons
Library Officer - Digital Services
Light Regional Council Public Library Service

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