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Tech Ready supports young people in regional Victoria, like 20-year-old Holden Fort, to get the skills they need for a career in tech.

This National Scams Awareness Week we have launched new free training courses to build the digital skills people need to confidently manage their money online.

Since COVID-19 hit, more Australians than ever have been experiencing financial stress. This has highlighted a need to help those most vulnerable make more informed decisions when managing their money online.

The COVID-19 crisis has made us more dependent than ever before on the digital world. Here are some of our tips to help everyone stay connected during this time. 

Local industry tours expose our Tech Ready students to opportunities and get them thinking more broadly about what a career in tech means.

Most not-for-profits don’t have big marketing teams or budgets, but there are still plenty of free or cheap tools available to help you make a big impact. Here are just some of them.

We’re thrilled to have delivered digital skills training to more than 10,000 Digital Springboard participants, helping them learn the digital skills they need for work and life.

Last week we celebrated our first graduates from Tech Ready, our program that equips young people with the support and qualifications they need to kick start a career in tech.

 A new collaboration between Infoxchange, Australian Red Cross and CUA aims to improve the digital and financial capability of vulnerable people across Australia.

At Infoxchange, we believe you’re never too old to learn digital skills. That’s why we’re excited to celebrate Adult Learners Week, an international festival of adult learning that runs from 1–8 September 2019.

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