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Chair receives Civic Award

Posted 28 September 2016
In  presenting Graham Kelly with his Award, the Mayor said, 'Graham’s vision to create Porirua e-Learning stemmed from his desire to help disadvantaged families in Porirua, with a particular focus on improving educational achievement levels and job prospects.Keep reading >>

 

e-Learning goes to Samoa

Posted 11 March 2016
Early last year, e-Learning Porirua were approached by the Office of the Catholic Archbishop of Samoa to supply computers to two of their schools in Samoa. So began an exciting adventure. Keep reading >>

Best in Sustainability

Posted: 25 November 2015
e-Learning Porirua won the “Best in Sustainability Sector Award” at the Westpac Porirua Business Excellence Awards which took place on Friday 20 November at Pataka in Porirua. You can read the full story here.

 Photo courtesy of Vision Photography / www.visionphotography.co.nz

The job of my dreams

Posted: 21 February 2015

Cheryl Browne, mother of two daughters and unemployed for seven months when she came to study at Computers in Homes in Canons Creek, was one of our graduates in 2014. At the end of Course 56, Cheryl won our Learning Story graduation prize and is seen here receiving her prize from Jordan Carter, Chief Executive of InternetNZ (right) with our Executive Project Manager, Tim Davies-Colley.

She has just updated us on what has happened since she completed the course. She has achieved the job of her dreams, one she never dreamed she would get. Keep reading >> 

Cheryl Brown

Minister and MP count the benefits

Posted: 7 May 2014

"1523 families have now been trained by the e-Learning Porirua Trust and have received a computer in their home and tonight we are honouring the 1500th family", said Acting Chair, Phil Major, at the celebrations held on Monday 5 May 2014. Keep reading >>

1500 celebrations 

Reaching another milestone

Posted: 10 April 2014

Another stellar day at e-Learning Porirua’s training facility at the RSA in McKillop Street, Porirua on 9 April 2014. 40 families graduated, not only from the basic 10-week course but many were also graduating from Stepping-Up Programmes. Keep reading >>


Executive Project Manager honoured

Tim Davies-Colley reached the national finals of the Local Heroes Awards and was honoured at a Gala Dinner in Auckland on 26 February 2014. Read the story here.

More families take to the clouds

Another 31 families graduated at an exciting ceremony at the RSA on Wednesday 11 December. This ceremony brings the number of graduates of the e-Learning training to 1485. Not only does this mean that there are that many families who now have a computer in their house and the basic knowledge of how to use it effectively, it also means that more and more people are better equipped to progress to higher education and to find jobs that suit their new qualifications. Keep reading >>

Graduates and staff

 

Annual Report tells of success

ARTICLE: 17 September 2013

Read the report here.

Boost to digital literacy funding

MEDIA RELEASE: 2 July 2013

The 2020 Communications Trust welcomes the funding boost for Computers in Homes digital literacy programme with this media release.

Content sharing websites aim to give Porirua a new voice

MEDIA RELEASE: 14 June 2013

e-Learning Media Release launches the Our Poriria Online Community. Keep reading >>

 

e-Learning stories from 10 April 2013 graduation

If ever proof is needed of the difference e-Learning can make in peoples’ lives, take a look at a recent graduation and the stories the graduates tell.

Mohammed Wazid says “I’ve learnt a lot from the beginning and wish to thank everyone for their assistance.”

Sandra Tuara is a stranger to the whole technical side of computers, is dyslexic and wants the best for her children and grandchildren. She’s determined to make a difference to their lives. “For me this is the key to a new world which is exciting and life-changing. I sincerely thank you all so much” says Sandra.

Miimetua Campbell tells us “this course is amazing, such a friendly atmosphere and a lot of support from all the tutors. And it’s taught me how to be a confident person using a computer.”

Keep reading here.

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