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‘Tis the (Workshop) season and the anticipation of the unknown in upcoming releases is one of the draw-cards for this time of year. While the latest releases provide us with the element of surprise …well there are some things at Quarterly Workshop time that just stay the same:

Some days we’re lucky to have simply survived the daily grind with our pants on the right way let alone having the time to up-skill in one of our programs. But just like incidental exercise, we are here to tell you that you can incidental learn (just googling now if that’s a thing): no matter what you are doing or how long you have, you can up-skill in your program:

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Struggling to know what you can and can’t include in your tax return? Do you always forget things that you can claim and then remember when it is too late? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back.

There is much said about the detrimental effects of over-training (a google search finds over one million results), but a different side of the same coin, and a rarely discussed one, is the subjectmatter of over-teaching.

Les Mills Asia Pacific and Compass Group Australia have partnered to help improve the physical and mental wellbeing of residents in mining villages in remote Western Australia.

The partnership between Compass’ health and wellbeing brand Tastelife and Les Mills, aims to enhance the quality of life of FIFO (fly-in, fly-out) workers by offering the latest in group fitness classes, delivered via virtual technology.