Training is virtually anywhere, anytime
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