Cognology announces strategic partnership with e3Learning

An easy way to switch on eLearning for your people

This month Cognology has teamed up with e3Learning to give its clients instant access to a full range of cost effective online learning course content.

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e3Learning’s library

e3Learning’s content is designed to be highly accessible. It combines quality information with an easy and responsive user experience. The library caters to a range of industries with courses including:

  • Compliance training such as Privacy Laws and Bullying and Harassment
  • Technology skills such as Microsoft Excel
  • Workplace safety including Warehouse Staff Manual Handling and First Aid.

Online content can also be tailored to suit individual clients.

Just a flick of a switch

The e3Learning library integrates seamlessly with Cognology’s Learning Management System. Accessing content is just a flick of a switch. For clients wanting to manage compliance, courses can be scheduled for re-certification on a periodic basis.

e3Learning’s pedigree

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e3Learning started out in 2001 with a number of core compliance courses and a small team of expert web developers. Since its humble beginnings, e3Learning has experienced substantial growth and are now a leader in commercial eLearning. In 2013, they were named as one of Australia’s fastest growing companies in BRW’s Fast 100 List. In the same year, e3Learning became part of Open Universities Australia (OUA), owned by seven of Australia’s premier universities, and the national leader in quality online tertiary education.

On top of that, e3Learning has worked with some of the biggest names around the country; including Amcor, Cadbury and Rio Tinto, just to name a few.

For further information

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