Business Classes and Workshops

Due to the current Coronavirus climate all face-to-face business classes and workshops will be postponed until further notice.
This includes the 2020 Australian Taxation Office workshops.

Like all Victorian councils, Frankston City Council has a Pandemic Plan in place and it is likely the Premier Daniel Andrews State of Emergency will activate this plan.

Frankston City Council is always committed to the safety of its patrons and is taking necessary precautionary measures to help combat the spread of Coronavirus and this includes postponing non-essential gatherings.

Council is looking forward to re-adopting postponed events, workshops, services and seminars in the near future and establishing new business programs so we can continue to provide an environment that encourages vibrant and resilient small businesses as part of Council’s Economic Development Strategy 2016-2022.

In the meantime visit the Invest Frankston Facebook Page for updates and business new there are many online learning classes and workshops you can access for free.

Free online training with Lynda.com (LinkedIn Learning)

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 Frankston City library card which you can get online at library.frankston.vic.gov.au.

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.

Contact Us

Frankston City Council
Economic Development
30 Davey Street
PO Box 490
Frankston
P. 1300 322 322
F. 03 9784 1094
E. business@frankston.vic.gov.au

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