Security and Legal

When operating online, it's essential that your business has effective security practices that manage risk and comply with relevant legislation. This session will discuss key threats, risks and countermeasures as well as the general legal considerations faced when operating online.

Business Tools

In our final group session, you will learn about a range of online tools that can be used to help your organisation run more efficiently. These tools can help you reduce costs, better manage customers and remotely manage your organisation.


e-Commerce refers to transactions completed online. If you want to sell goods and services or collect donations online, this session will give you the knowledge, skills and tools needed to make a start.

Getting Online

Creating an online presence for your organisation can offer a wealth of benefits. In this session we'll explore some of them and use standard tools to determine how you can make the most of the opportunities available.



Creating Your Website

In this session we'll work through some practical steps for getting your organisation online. You learn how to buy a web address, develop web content and how to plan, build, promote and maintain a website.



What you’ll learn in the free training sessions:










Marketing Tips

Effective marketing is essential to successfully bringing your business online. In this session you'll learn about online marketing, social media and measuring the success of your marketing campaigns.

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Free Coaching Sessions

Following attendance at one free Digital Enterprise Program group training session, small-to-medium enterprises, not-for-profits and local cultural institutions qualify for four hours of free tailored training for their individual organisation. This usually take place at TAFE but we can also arrange to come to you. Sessions cover areas of specific interest or a review of current online activities and guidance on how to enhance your online presence.

Expert Guests

Dan has 14 years experience in various technical and business roles, including 6 years running his own small business. His qualifications include a Masters degree in IT, a double degree in Business (eCommerce) & IT, a Diploma of Security and Risk Management and a Cert IV Training and Assessment. 

Teacher: Dan Winson

Each session also draws on the knowledge of a guest speaker from the Wagga community. Various experts present to the class and are available to answer your questions.

Jo has a degree in Business (Management), graduating with honours and is curently completing a PhD in Human Resources. Her experience includes 8 years in front line management in various organisations as well as lecturing in the faculty of Business at CSU.  

Education Support Officer: Jo Carlisle