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Drop the Jargon October 23 Resources

Drop the Jargon is a day for professionals in Australian health, community services and local government to use plain language.

Here are some resources to help you in your workplace on the day.

  1. Here is a link to the website where you can pledge
  2. A link to a video promoting the day
  3. A4 posters for your workplace (email Matt Loads for A2 & A3 versions)
  4. A quick trivia questionnaire presentation you can organise for your colleagues on the day
  5. Banner materials for websites and social media (below)

Drop the Jargon Small Banner

Click on the image below to download.

 

 

Drop the Jargon Large Banner

Click on the image below to download.

Drop the jargon large banner 2018

 

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