Business Classes and Workshops
There has never been a better time to do business in Frankston City.
Small business is the heartbeat of our city, with 98 per cent of Frankston City businesses employing less than 20 people. One of the nine key priorities in Council’s Economic Development Strategy 2016-2022 is to provide an environment that encourages vibrant and resilient small businesses.
The Build your Business workshop program is a key pillar for providing support to the small business community.
Location unless stated otherwise
- Frankston City Council's Civic Centre
30 Davey Street
2019 Training - Australia Tax Office
The Australian Taxation Office are running six taxation workshops at Frankston Council in 2019 to assist businesses to understand their taxation requirements and how they can best prepare for the end of financial year. Click on the links to register.
This July and August, Council will host five ‘Mumpreneur’ workshops as part of Frankston City’s offering for the Small Business Festival. These workshops will provide an opportunity for carers to bring their children to play on site, as they learn.
Council’s Mumpreneur workshops will run over five weeks and include different topics, including:
Know your product
Turn a luxury into a necessity – Thursday 18 July, 2019
Know your customers
Do you really know what they want? – Thursday 25 July, 2019
Get comfortable with your pricing
Your price dictates where you sell – Thursday 1 August, 2019
Tell everyone about your business
Think outside the box – Thursday 8 August, 2019
I know my business
Present your business / show and tell – Thursday 15 August, 2019
Free on-line training with Lynda.com
Tap into thousands of free course videos, documentaries and software training to assist you to further develop your business or improve job prospects. Courses are run by industry experts who are passionate about teaching.
To access Lynda.com you just need a City of Frankston library card. These courses can be done at any time on your computer or mobile device and can be paused, bookmarked, and added to a playlist. Options are also there to create your own career pathway on Lynda. At the end of the course, certificates are issued and can be linked to your Linkedin account.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
PO Box 490
P. 1300 322 322
F. 03 9784 1094
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