Digital Springboard in Logan, Queensland

We headed to Logan, Queensland earlier this month to meet new Digital Springboard delivery partners and run courses to help community members boost their career or business.

In early November we delivered popular Digital Springboard courses Writing for social media, Social media strategy and Answering questions with data at Griffith University’s Logan campus.

We also delivered train the trainer to a brand new cohort of not-for-profit organisations who are about to start delivering Digital Springboard courses in the Logan area.

Not-for-profit organisation Youth Education Preparation Program (YEPP) recently joined as a Digital Springboard partner to deliver our courses to at-risk youth and youth experiencing disadvantage in Logan. They plan to deliver an impressive 28 sessions by the end of 2018.

We were thrilled to have the YEPP team join us for train the trainer sessions. Digital Springboard trainer Steph Livingstone also got to spend a day shadowing YEPP team members and learning more about the amazing work they do educating and supporting youth to prepare them for adult life.

“By introducing our young people in the community to Digital Springboard we are offering them an opportunity to bounce into their futures with a taste of technology,” said YEPP Founder and Executive Director Liz Mazza.

Digital Springboard will be working with YEPP and other local delivery partners to provide free digital skills training across Australia for the remainder of the year.

Trainer Steph Livingstone with team members from YEPP
Digital Springboard trainer Steph Livingstone with the YEPP team