Powered by Humanitix
More dates

[Darwin] DLL Information Session

Event description

Did you know:

  • By 2030, around 90% of jobs will require some level of digital skills [Sources: Economist Impact and Adobe
  • Addressing digital literacy gaps could boost Australia's GDP by $10 billion annually [Source: Job Market Monitor
  • The average cost per cybercrime report rose to $39,000 for small businesses, $88,000 for medium companies, and $62,000 for large companies in 2021-22 [Source: Export Finance Australia]


Join us for an essential information session on digital literacy and its growing impact on work, learning, and life. As digital technologies continue to transform industries across the board, organisations must support their workforce in adapting to these changes.

Did you know that ALL industries now require digital literacy skills? From healthcare and education to manufacturing and government, digital competencies are becoming increasingly vital for success.

In this information session, you'll learn:

  • Why digital literacy is critical for your organisation's sustainability
  • How to boost confidence and competence in digital skills
  • The benefits of a digital literacy micro-credential
  • Quality training options aligned with relevant frameworks and capabilities

We're here to help you navigate the digital landscape and empower your workforce with the skills they need to thrive. Our expert speakers will share insights, strategies, and practical solutions for integrating digital literacy into your organisation's induction, training and development programs.

Session Agenda

  • 9.00am - 9.30am  Morning Tea and Networking
  • 9.30am - 10.30am  Digital Literacy Licence Presentation
  • 10.30am -11.00am  Questions and Networking

What’s Included

  • Morning Tea, Coffee & Tea
  • Electronic Resources 

Powered by

Tickets for good, not greed Humanitix donates 100% of profits from booking fees to charity

Refund policy

Registration for this event is free, however numbers are restricted due to the size of the venue. As a matter of courtesy, please advise us if you register and are later unable to attend.