7 days ago
We are thrilled to share that Victoria University (VU) Polytechnic is the proud gold sponsor of the 2020 Wyndham Learning Festival!
VU Polytechnic is Victoria University’s vocational education provider. They offer accredited courses, apprenticeships, traineeships, non-accredited short courses and customised training programs that link closely with industry needs, skills and jobs. The annual Wyndham Learning Festival provides multiple opportunities to showcase the diversity of VU Polytechnic’s education programs and excite the Wyndham community about the transformational benefits of education for work, life and self.
For more information, visit www.vupolytechic.edu.au
WLF Registrations are now open for event providers to run an event. Registrations close 31 October 2020 so submit your learning event now! https://www.wynlearnfestival.org.au/register-your-event/ ... See MoreSee Less
Ever wondered how to best access your local library for resources targeted towards Early Years.
Click on the link below to watch a short video on how to discover the range of resources available to you and your young ones.
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Exploring the legend of the Riotous Williams
Built on an enormous water catchment, it’s no surprise that Melbourne is prone to bouts of flooding. In fact, Elizabeth Street in the city’s CBD was once a waterway known as Williams Creek. Today, the creek runs underground, but every now and then, it returns with a vengeance....
Click on the link below to learn more and start watching:
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Register now for Future Founders Festival
Future Founders Festival is Australia’s first digital startup festival for international students. Pitch your startup idea for a chance to win your share of $3500 to kickstart your business. Then put your new skills into practice at our Hackathon, where you’ll design, build and pitch a product – all in 48 hours!
Click on the link below to register:
https://startspacehq.com/futurefounders/#home ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
Discover the oldest items in the State Library of Victoria's collection
Kate Torney shares two highlights of the State Library’s World of the book exhibition: the oldest object and the oldest book in our collection! Cast your eyes over a priceless 4000-year-old cuneiform tablet (which, ironically, is a tax receipt) and a stunning medieval text written in Carolingian script.
Start watching by clicking the link below:
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