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Virus downtime? Use it to invest in procurement training.

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Free training for Aboriginal businesses.

There’s daytime television, playing on your mobile phone and even re-arranging your sock draw! But how can you use your Coronavirus downtime profitably?

Developed in partnership with the WA Department of Finance, Morrgul’s free online Aboriginal Business Capability Program teaches you how to write tenders and gives you tips and tricks to make your bid stand out.

You can do it all in one hit, or work through at your own pace, returning to where you left off at any time. Your downtime will rapidly become valuable time!

For questions or assistance please contact the team at Morrgul on (08) 9193 5570.

 

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