HSNEt has been upgraded to a new website.
Regular Webinars will be hosted throughout 2015 commencing Wednesday 13 May to help user navigate the new site.
The Webinars are completely free, run for approximately 1.5 hours and cover:
- searching and viewing services in the service directory.
- exploring the HSNet ‘Dashboard’.
- starting groups, posting to groups and sharing events.
- creating and managing online referrals.
You can book into one of the scheduled Webinars by opening the calendar below and choosing the BOOK NOW link.
HSNet Support Calendar – Webinars 2015
Additional training materials will be available on the new site by choosing the Support link at the bottom of the HSNet page or the icon on each page to access Quick Reference Guides and help information.
If you have any questions contact HSNet on 02 9765 5260 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Quit 4 Baby website provides information for clients including podcasts, information on the harms of smoking and how to quit.
Clients can ask questions and read stories from other women who have quit during pregnancy.
The Quit for Baby website was developed by the Northern Sydney Central Coast Area Health Service and Links to Health.
Smoke Free Zones
“Making the Most of Your Website” Workshop
We have one of our fabulous free workshops happening again! Come and join us at our “Making the Most of Your Website” workshop on Monday February 11th from 6pm to 8pm, at the Kiama Community College.
Did you know that only 6% of people bother going to the second page on a Google search! Making your website effective can be a major marketing tool for your organisation. Come along and get an overview of what works and what doesn’t in website design, and discover all that an effective website can offer you and your business.
The workshop will be presented by Matt Wilson, who has 14 years experience in the web design industry, and a plethora of online skills and knowledge!
Call the College to enrol on 4232 1050, and invite your friends and colleagues as well!
Rural groups encouraged to apply for Small Grants for Small Rural Communities