What Makes it Different?

Unlike most learning management systems, TrainingVC offers a combination of delivery and management applications in one, user-friendly online environment which can be tailored to your needs – a complete e-learning solution.

In other words, TrainingVC is a learning management system and content management system, providing you with a ready-made selection of content or one source for your online content, from which it can be updated for publishing in multiple locations.

Watch the narrated feature presentation opposite to learn more – or download the transcript (PDF, 1.4 MB).

How Does it Work?

We host the delivery platform and provide the expertise to keep it running 24 hours a day.

You pay a set-up fee and a small charge per training participant. The registration fee covers the establishment of your own TrainingVC environment which includes your organisation's branding.

TrainingVC users also have access to a library of materials that can be used to supplement their training or to be used as a standalone resource.

Is There Support?

Absolutely. All TrainingVC customers have access to our customer services portal – The Zone. Available 24 hours a day, the Zone provides a wide range of self-help resources.

eWorks also provides a dedicated helpdesk service for TrainingVC administrators from Monday to Friday (except public holidays). Support tickets can be lodged via an online ticket system, though an extended helpdesk service is available on request.

And Training?

Included in the cost of registering for TrainingVC is introductory training for administrators and teachers. This comprehensive training package ensures that:

  • your nominated administrator has the skills required to manage and administer TrainingVC on an ongoing basis.
  • your teachers know how to create and set up their training materials and to use the TrainingVC's social tools.

Subsidy

TrainingVC is endorsed by the Victorian Government, and usage is fully subsided for students receiving Higher Education and Skills Group-funded training.