Resources for our award submission

This page is a collection of all additional material to be submitted with our Belmont & Western Australian Small Business Award 2021 application.

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Corporate Social Responsibility

Our Values

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What we do and Who we are

Diversity in the workplace by the Office of Multicultural Interests

Flying Drones – An Accessible Training Program

Digital Literacy Training Programs

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Office 365 in the workplace

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Flying Drones – An Accessible Training Program

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Online Safety for Seniors

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Office 365 Training Program

Media

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Case Studies

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Testimonials

We invited illuminance Solutions to train our Deadly Sista Girlz mentors and coordinators in various Microsoft 365 programs. DGS is delivered by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander role models for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls to promote culturally appropriate healthy lifestyles and improve engagement and education.

It is vital to support the Deadly Sista Girlz team in their crucial roles in supporting school-aged Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls. We contacted illuminance as soon as we learned about their community initiative and their digital literacy training program. We knew it would be a perfect fit for the two-day development program planned for July 2021.

The training included how to use Excel, Outlook, OneDrive and Teams, and our team are now empowered with new skills and strategies that will make a difference in the program participant’s lives.”

Paula McCreath
Data Analyst – Wirrpanda Foundation

“illuminance Solutions assisted us with re-adopting a modern UI in Microsoft Dynamics. The objective was to create a product for our business users that instil confidence that our existing investment was delivering value.
In our interaction with the illuminance team, we appreciated that they focus on business requirements instead of just technical configuration. They adopted an open, practical and intelligible approach that worked well with our project team and business users. They were attentive to our needs and the fulfilment of our objectives. We also benefited from insightful and practical recommendations, which shortened the delivery timeframe.
We found that the illuminance team was engaging and worked well with our internal project team.”

Jessie Caruso
Chief Information Officer – Heart Foundation

“Our collaboration with illuminance Solutions for the Aboriginal Trust Management System (ATMS) implementation has made us realise that technology combined with correct business processes in place can play an important role in the success of our organisation. ATMS offers us both these factors and we are looking forward to using ATMS as the tool to drive our efficiency, improve governance and offer better services to our members into the future.”

Daryl Smith
Chief Executive Officer – Meenangu Wajarri Aboriginal Corporation (MWAC)

AvantCare (by illuminance Solutions) is a secure, scalable cloud-based system that all our staff can access regardless of their location. It simplifies access to data, streamlines reporting and promotes compliance – without ever losing sight of our ultimate goal, which is to support people with disabilities and their families to live their best lives.”

Annie Doyle
Chief Executive Officer, CIVIC Disability Services

illuminance Solutions’ Reconciliation Action Plan 2019 – 2024

At illuminance, we aspire to develop long-term, valuable and mutual partnerships with the Indigenous community. This initiative will not only enrich our organisation through increased understanding and respect of traditional cultures, but it will also create opportunities for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people such as education, training and employment.

illuminance aims to use our Digital Literacy and training programs to deliver positive employment outcomes for Indigenous people, providing them with a means to reach their full potential and develop skills that are useful for employment. We also pride ourselves in creating a member-focused solution using Microsoft cloud technology to help Indigenous corporations improve their member services and address operational challenges.

This Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) is our way of creating a roadmap and is built on our respect for the Indigenous people and culture.

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