December 20, 2016

As we approach the end of 2016, we hope your year has been positive and successful. Now is a time to reflect on what went well, and what can be improved upon for next year.

Looking back on our year, we are pleased with IBSA’s growth as a VET resource provider. It’s been a busy year with many highlights, the biggest of which being the launch of our LMS, and we look forward to seeing how it helps trainers and organisations meet the demand for online study options. Other highlights include: presenting at MoodleMoot Australia, hosting our showcase in Perth, and launching new or updated resources for WHS, Marketing and Communications and Small Business.

In the new year, we’ll continue creating new resources to increase the range of complete qualifications available. Also keep an eye out for new releases for Accounting and Bookkeeping, Digital Marketing and 3D-Printing amongst a number of products set to hit the market in 2017.

Our TAE products will undergo a revamp and we’ll also provide VET trainers and assessors with an efficient and compliant way to measure and update their TAE Certificate IV to include the more recent LLN and Design Assessment units.

We’ve also got something special called IBSA Academy coming soon. It’s an exciting new product offering high quality, accessible and affordable professional development for trainers and assessors, in addition to compliance support for RTOs. Stay tuned for more information and launch early next year.

The biggest news so far (and a great Christmas present for us) is that IBSA has been selected as a Skills Service Organisation for the manufacturing sector. Watch our website as we’ll keep you updated with this news in the coming months.

As Christmas edges closer, we’d like to remind you that IBSA, and our print supplier will be closed, so if you need anything delivered before Christmas please call (03) 9815 7000 or email [email protected] before Thursday, 15 December 2016.

We wish you a safe and happy holiday, and we’d like to thank you for your support this year.

We look forward to seeing you in 2017.

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