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Infoxchange’s Tech Ready launches in Wangaratta

Supported by the Victorian Government, Infoxchange’s Tech Ready launches in Wangaratta in July 2019 to help young people gain the digital skills they need for the jobs of the future

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Post date: 21st June 2019

Supported by the Victorian Government, Infoxchange’s Tech Ready launches in Wangaratta in July 2019 to help young people gain the digital skills they need for the jobs of the future. As part of the program, Infoxchange are covering all costs of tuition and material fees for the Certificate III in Information, Digital Media and Technology.

This is an opportunity for eligible 17-25 year olds to kick start their career in technology and furthering their digital skills to gain employment.

Students will be connected with industry professionals and assisted to improve confidence applying for work with practical job-readiness workshops from Digital Springboard, our program with Google.

Tech Ready students will also benefit from Industry tours and guest speakers, mock interviews with technology professionals, digital workshops.

Places are limited, we encourage anyone interested to visit Infoxchange’s Youth Tech Ready Program website.

InfoXchange Tech Ready Wangaratta

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