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Digital skills for all women.
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We’re coming toGreater Shepparton andNorth East Victoria

Learn digital skills that you actually want and need at our FREE in-person, hands-on digital intensive events happening in Shepparton and Yackandandah in 2024.

Upcoming events

Greater Shepparton

05 – 09 August

The McIntosh Centre Shepparton

McIntosh Centre Shepparton
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North East Victoria

11-15 September 2024

The Public Hall and Community Centre Yackandandah

Yackandandah Public Hall
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Digital Skills Workshops

The Digital Skills workshops are small, practical sessions on a wide range of digital and technology topics – from identifying and combating scams, to marketing your small business. BYO phone, tablet, laptop, or whatever device you have.

Our workshops are run by an incredible group of people who are friendly, knowledgeable and fun.

The Workshops are completely free but booking is recommended.

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Digital Drop-in

The Drop-in is a space where you can chat one-on-one with a digital expert to work through a specific technical question or challenge together. BYO phone, tablet, laptop, or whatever device you have.

It’s open every day of the intensive so stop by and say hello.

The Drop-in is completely free. No booking required.


The Stands

Available all week, stop by the Stands to experience some of the incredible things that people are doing with tech. Learn what’s free, what’s paid, how to use it, and how it can help you.

Whether it’s banking, health, education, or job recruitment – the Stands have got you covered.   

The Stands are completely free. No booking required.



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Keep Safe Online

Ten, short eSafety videos to equip you with the skills to be safer online. Pause. Play. Review. Learn.

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Learn Skills

A carefully packaged set of how-to guides to help you navigate our ever-changing digital world. Free and downloadable.

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Our team

  • RWO Team – Alana Johnson bw

    Alana Johnson AM

    Project Director

    Chair, Victorian Women’s Trust

  • RWO Team – Mary Crooks bw

    Mary Crooks AO

    Project Director

    Executive Director, Victorian Women’s Trust


  • RWO Team – Bronwyn Johnson bw

    Bronwyn Johnson

    Project Manager

    Rural Women Online

  • RWO Team – Jess Dugdale-Walker bw

    Jess Dugdale-Walker

    Project Officer

    Rural Women Online

  • RWO Team – Rachael Imam bw

    Rachael Imam

    Communications Manager

    Rural Women Online

  • RWO Team – Bim Rutherford bw

    Bim Rutherford

    Community Liaison Engagement Officer, Greater Shepparton Region

  • RWO Team – Leanne Mulcahy bw

    Leanne Mulcahy

    Community Liaison Engagement Officer, North East Victoria

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Established in 1985 the Victorian Women’s Trust (VWT) is a proudly independent feminist organisation.

We support women, girls and gender diverse people to thrive. We create social change projects and campaigns; conduct research on the issues affecting our communities; run thought-provoking events; provide mentorship opportunities; and give grants to vital grassroots projects.

VWT is 100% powered by donations from people in the community who share our vision for an equal future for all.

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