In the current competitive climate, professional networking is essential to progressing our careers. Fortunately, this is where CONNECT.ed can help you.
CONNECT.ed is a free networking tool for everyone working within the injury prevention and community safety sector.
We understand that making new contacts isn’t easy, which is why CONNECT.ed takes the first steps of building a network for you. This allows you to save time, focus on the conversation and connect with a variety of peers. By joining CONNECT.ed, you will be matched with a new participant every two months to have a 15-minute chat about anything.
WHY JOIN CONNECT.ed
CONNECT.ed participants come from a range of different backgrounds, jobs and even countries, which means that you will be CONNECT.ed with someone who can teach you something new. Networking shouldn’t be hard work, so we will provide you with some helpful tips on how to get the most from your CONNECT.ed matches.
It’s becoming increasingly evident that it’s more about who you know, than what you know, so take your 15 minute connection as an opportunity to make a professional contact – you never know where it could take you.
As a CONNECT.ed participant, you are growing your professional capacity and helping to create a safer WA. 15 minutes, once every two months – that’s all it takes!
HOW TO JOIN
To register, simply follow the link below and complete the registration form. After joining the network, you will receive your bimonthly match via email.
“Through CONNECT.ed I was recently matched with Pooria Sarrami, a Research Fellow at ACI Institute of Trauma and Injury Management. Pooria and I live on opposite sides of the country, so we decided it was best to have a phone link up.
As we both have an interest in Trauma, it was great to speak with Pooria and learn about some of his research projects. Being CONNECT.ed with Pooria has given me a contact that I would not previously have found, and it has opened up partnership opportunities for the future.”
One Mum’s Story
Built upon networks run by other agencies such as the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), CONNECT.ed is provided by Injury Matters’ Know Injury program. CONNECT.ed supports participants in establishing partnerships and developing their capacity to prevent injuries.