If you have an idea for a startup business but don’t know where to start, the Upstairs Startup Hub in Bathurst is launching a challenge designed specifically for entrepreneurs and startup businesses in regional Australia.
The Regional Startup Challenge is a set of 10 short activities designed to take you from business hunch to business plan inside your lunch hour. (more…)
Now in their eighth year, the NSW Women of the Year Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding contribution made by women across NSW to industry, communities and society.
The Central West Business Leaders is a business to business professional development group that works hard to ensure its members work successfully together to resolve common business issues with practical solutions.
Eddie Woo is arguable Australia’s most famous Mathematics teacher. He is a teacher at Cherrybrook Technology High School and the 2018 Australian of the Year ‘Local Hero’ and has become well known for his YouTube clips ‘WooTube’ which make maths fun.
Casual 2 days/week with possibility to expand.
Are you creative, clever, outgoing with a passion for regional communities, agriculture and food?
These events are aimed at reaching out to rural communities, particularly those on the land who may be affected by drought, and helping consumers experiencing hardship or problems with their energy bills.
Ideas that deliver strong community benefits and result in enhanced economic and social outcomes for your community are encouraged as well as projects that involve collaboration between people in your town and deliver sustained and broad community benefits will be highly regarded.
The survey’s mission is to support research that improves the wellbeing and quality of life of people living in rural and regional Australia.
RDA Central West in conjunction with CASE, the Canobolas Academy of STEM Excellence held a STEM Industry Partnership Program (SISP) Design Thinking Workshop at Orange Agricultural Institute on Monday 12th November 2018.
The course facilitator and teacher was Glenn Lawrence a knowledgeable educator who loves helping students design and create. Professionally, Glenn has worked as an industrial designer in both Australia and China and has over 10 years of experience as a TAS teacher in NSW secondary schools.
Greg shared the MSM Milling story and the role of automation and robotics in the production and packaging of canola oil.
The idea behind this NESA Registered professional workshop was to introduce teachers to Makey Makey and how they could start to use this tool in the classroom.
Damien Ivers, production manager from MSM Milling delivered an exciting presentation to year 8 students at Canobolas Rural Technology High School on the 31st October as a part of the STEM Industry School Partnership Project.