Train­ing is vir­tu­ally any­where, any­time

The Courier-Mail - Career One - - Classifieds -

CA­BOOL­TURE train­ing or­gan­i­sa­tion Or­bus3 has in­tro­duced train­ing soft­ware tailored for the civil con­struc­tion in­dus­try, with mod­ules de­liv­ered on­line and off­line in­stead of via tra­di­tional hard-copy work­books.

Or­bus3, named the Reg­is­tered Train­ing Or­gan­i­sa­tion of the Year at the 2015 Con­struc­tion Skills Ex­cel­lence Awards, was founded by Ai­dan Leonard and Mal Phe­lan who saw an op­por­tu­nity to bring in­no­va­tion to the sec­tor.

Leonard says the cus­tom-built soft­ware al­lows trainees to ac­cess ma­te­ri­als on iPads, re­mov­ing the need for ex­ces­sive pa­per­work.

“Since the be­gin­ning, we have fo­cused on build­ing a cul­ture of in­no­va­tion. Through our dig­i­tal plat­form, we can track each of our stu­dents to see ex­actly how they are pro­gress­ing,” he says.

“Our stu­dents have ac­cess to all their train­ing mod­ules and learn­ing ma­te­ri­als on­line and off­line, us­ing our Smart Mo­bile Learn­ing plat­form. This al­lows stu­dents to learn when, where and how they want with in­stant feed­back from their train­ers.”

Bonelli Group train­ing man­ager John Bell, whose team of ap­pren­tices and trainees are us­ing Or­bus3’s soft­ware, says build­ing a skilled and in­no­va­tive work­force be­gins with high-qual­ity train­ing. “Or­bus3 have helped us to take our train­ing to the next level, al­low­ing our em­ploy­ees to re­ceive train­ing any­where, at any time,” he says.

PA­PER—FREE: Bonelli Group’s Steve Ryan and David Ens­ing of Or­bus3

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.