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Lunchbox Learning RRR Webinar Program

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The NRWC’s e-Skilling: Lunchbox Learning for RRR Webinar Program is designed for RRR women wishing to refresh, update or build new skills. This 4 week program, 60minutes each Wednesday at 12.30-1.30pm starting 27 March 2019 will cover fundamental topics like budgeting and managing your money, cyber-security, superannuation and legal 101.

Each session will have a different facilitator who is a specialist in their field of expertise, bringing you up to date informative content that is of a practical nature. This program is designed for RRR women to connect and network with other women from the convenience of their own home. All you need is access to reliable internet and have a computer and a speaker and headset.

The program will develop and improve your understanding of financial literacy assist with decisions and actions at a fundamental level to managing your personal finances, superannuation, legal responsibilities and cybersecurity Applications from Rural Remote and Regional Women from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply but particularly women that identify with one or more of the following; Aboriginal women, Torres Strait Islander women , LGBTIQ, Older Women, Young Women, Refugee or Immigrant women and Women with a disability.

To gain maximum benefit from the program, participants are expected to actively take part in all four (4) live sessions (a total of four hours). Participants will also be required to complete a survey at the completion of the program.

DISCLAIMER

The information in these presentations and the resources provided are for general information only and should not be taken as constituting professional advice from the NRWC or presenters NRWC is not a financial adviser. You should consider seeking independent legal, financial, taxation or other advice to check how any information relates to your unique circumstances.
NRWC is not liable for any loss caused, whether due to negligence or otherwise arising from the use of, or reliance on, the information provided directly or indirectly, by use of information & resources provided through the e-Skilling program.