WordPress and Marketing Masterclass Accelerator

Melbourne Scholarships

WordPress Accelerator

Melbourne – May 15th and 16th

Fast track your WordPress skills from novice to awesome in two days. This course is designed from 18 years experience to provide Step by step guidance to build your own WordPress website including bells, whistles and then some. More Information

WordPress and Marketing Masterclass

Melbourne – May 22nd and 23rd

With the only course like this in the world, Glenn will teach you how to use WordPress as a marketing platform that will produce results. Make beautiful websites that actually work, resonate with your audience and generate leads. More information


ActionSkills and Upskill.coach are gifting two free places to our 4 day WordPress Accelerator training (see details above).

We will select the people who we believe will make the most effective use of these new skills in changing the world for the better.

Priority is given to grassroots people who otherwise would not be able to access this type of training.

Anyone is welcome to apply and we encourage diversity. You are welcome to reapply if you have applied before.

Applications close

11:59pm Wednesday 1st of May 2019

We will confirm placements by the 3rd of May. Some placements may be notified earlier, so apply early.

Funded NGO/NFP or social enterprise?

We are offering a 20% discount for organisations and social enterprises who are focused on doing good.

Register and use this Discount Code: DOINGGOOD2019

Upskills.coach is a social enterprise who uses part profits to fund ActionSkills and other community projects so supporting UpSkills with paid placements helps many smaller groups.

Glenn Todd – Workshop Presenter

Glenn has been building websites for businesses and community groups for over 18 years.

Glenn is passionate about empowering people to use technology to solve important problems.

With a reputation as a teacher, Glenn is known for simplifying the often very technical aspects of the web so that his clients are empowered to manage their websites independently.

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