By providing affordable online education, we find ways to help boards, staff and volunteers of not for profit organisations just like yours to achieve great results.
Not-for-Profit and Social Enterprise educator
As a Not-for-Profit and Social Enterprise educator, Natalie has trained over 10,000 community volunteers and staff and started the foray into eLearning with her consulting business in 2012. Being regionally based, she recognises a need for accessible knowledge and education for regional, rural and remote board, staff and volunteers. Natalie holds certificates and qualifications in eLearning; Governance, Marketing and a Graduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship. She has also just recently completed her MBA.
Digital Marketing Trainer
Glen’s training focuses on building individual knowledge and understanding. This means people are able to take the information and tools provided and be able to do it themselves.
Glen’s goal is to show how individuals and organisations how to get an online presence or how to improve existing marketing efforts. He shows them how to apply digital marketing strategies by understanding how data and user experience drives online marketing decisions.
Sport and Recreation Trainer
Kim is a recognized ‘community development broker’ with over 25 years of professional experience in the health, sport and recreation industry; combined with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Sports Science) and facilitation and training qualifications. Kim’s expertise and special interests are in the areas of project management, organizational planning, sport and recreation governance and volunteer training. Her wordsmith skills are sought after for report writing, grant submissions and editing of documents. She is able to work easily with different levels of agencies and community groups and is a passionate advocate for active people and active places.
Kim has an in-depth understanding of the commitment and passion of regional volunteers and the challenges faced by our club volunteers in governing and running sport and recreation in rural settings.
Legal advisory and risk management trainer
Dominic is an experienced employment law professional for the SME, corporate, NFP/NGO and public sector employers and their staff. Providing expert legal advisory services on employment contracts, disputes, mediation and risk management training.
His areas of expertise embrace NFP and charities law, NFP tax arrangements, employment law, human rights, child protection, cyprès schemes, professional standards, NFP mergers and acquisitions, training, facilitation and mediation.
Dominic’s interests include the development of the creative sectors in Australia, arts and cultural policy, Australia/Asian relations, indigenous affairs, philanthropy, social enterprise, Westminster democracy, languages (French, Dutch, German, Italian and Slovenian), architecture (New Urbanism), design and travel.