Talk turns to training

A PASSIONATE educator, researcher and collaborator will be the guest speaker at the Northern Mallee Local Learning and Employment Network annual general meeting this month.

NMLLEN chair Fiona Harley.

NMLLEN chair Fiona Harley.

Bill Coppinger has more than 30 years of experience in education and training, community development and information and communications technology.

His focus is to assist local governments, education providers, small businesses and not-for-profit organisations with the goal of improving the wellbeing of the communities they serve.

Mr Coppinger owns and operates Whalesong Services, which provides information and communication services including educational policy and labour market research. 

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