Let's start with the basics! This module teaches you the basics of how to use a computer and access the internet. If you want to start at the beginning, then use these modules to help you learn and use these new skills.
Are you ready to join the workforce but not sure how to write your CV or resume? Here are several resources to help you apply for jobs. These include tips for job hunting, preparing for an interview and templates to create your CV.
Do you want to avoid waiting for hours at government service centres? Check out the myGov website and app for your mobile device. MyGov gives you access to government online services like Medicare, Centrelink, My Aged Care, NDIS, Workforce and the Australian Taxation Office.
The Australian Government offers some essential health services online, including My Health Record, Digital Health, Immunisations and Telehealth. Find links here to these services and resources to help you use them.
Managing a budget and doing your banking online is an important skill to learn. This category covers how to apply for a tax file number, pay bills online, make purchases online using PayPal and claim rebates and lost super.
These modules have some great resources about online scams, practice esafety and how to stay safe online. There are resources for parents about children's safety online. There are also activities for children to explore.
Learning to use different social media platforms can be confusing. Find out about different social media platforms that you can use to connect with friends and family. These links show you how to use these online platforms and apps.
Have you ever thought to yourself, ‘if only I had more time to practice doing something on my device?’ Well, here is your chance. In this area, you can practice using a laptop, desktop, and smart devices in a fun interactive way.
Choosing and buying a new device can be overwhelming. Here are some websites that you can use to compare a range of device options. These cover choices like an Apple or Android phone, a desktop computer or a laptop, an iPad or a tablet.
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Acknowledgement of country
Ngala kaaditj Noongar Wadjuk moort keyen kaadak nidja boodja – in the spirit of deepening relationship, we acknowledge Wadjuk Noongar people as the original custodians of the land our office is located. We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Western Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to Elders both past and present.