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Onboarding and ongoing staff training is easy with iHR Australia’s eLearning Workplace Training Programs.

They’re convenient and provide staff with flexible access. Plus, our programs are scalable and cost effective. So as your business grows, and the number of staff you need to train grows, the cheaper it is!

iHR Australia’s eLearning solutions utilise storytelling principles to create a dynamic and engaging learning experience designed to maximise comprehension and retention.

Our programs are regularly updated to reflect any significant legislative changes. Plus, organisations can set up an Admin account to allow you to track the progress of your employees and ensure people are completing the allocated training modules.

Features include:

  • Interactive assessments and questionnaires
  • Animated scenarios and examples
  • Links to state legislation for relevant topics

Setting up eLearning is simple! 

A dedicated team member will guide you through the set-up process. They will also assist with onboarding, logins, user accounts and troubleshooting of any technical issues. As well the inclusion of your company policies and branding and any other customisation requests.

Key training topics

iHR Australia’s eLearning covers a broad range of crucial onboarding and broader training topics. These include:

  • Anti-Discrimination
  • Bullying and Sexual Harassment
  • Mental Health and well-being
  • Leading people working at home
  • Cyber Security
  • Social Media Use

Purchase options

There are a range of eLearning package options:

  • Single Licence
  • Multiple Licences
  • Combo Packages
  • The Full Suite

Contact us today to find out about your free trial and special staff number offers

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