Author Archives for John McCann

ARA Institute of Canterbury

December 20, 2017 9:30 am Published by Comments Off on ARA Institute of Canterbury

The ARA Institute of Canterbury in New Zealand has adopted Australian Training Products’ eCoach system into their portfolio. ARA Institute... View Article

IBSA and Futura Group merge

August 16, 2017 2:16 pm Published by Comments Off on IBSA and Futura Group merge

IBSA and Futura Group join together to form Australian Training Products Leading workplace learning and resource providers, IBSA and Futura... View Article

Futura’s Success in WA

July 25, 2017 11:11 am Published by Comments Off on Futura’s Success in WA

Why are Futura Resources the first choice in Western Australia? We are excited to announce that the use of Futura... View Article

Skills Challenges

Challenges to Skills Development in Hospitality

June 2, 2017 11:37 am Published by Comments Off on Challenges to Skills Development in Hospitality

The Tourism & Hospitality sector in Australia has long faced skills shortages. It’s difficult to pinpoint an exact cause, but investigating the challenges to skills development is key to ensuring successful programs for the future. On Wednesday, our CEO Reinhold presented his discussion of these issues at the Skills Symposium in Sydney. The following is a brief summary of his findings and key points.

Student Engagement

Student Engagement – How do you do it?

June 2, 2017 11:28 am Published by Comments Off on Student Engagement – How do you do it?

Some think it’s the unattainable dream, but students can be engaged in their learning, as long as the learning materials are designed with them in mind. Let’s have a look at a few things you can do to drastically improve student interest and learning outcomes.

eCoach HQ gets a piece of Newcastle thanks to local artist Liz Anelli

September 26, 2016 3:05 am Published by Comments Off on eCoach HQ gets a piece of Newcastle thanks to local artist Liz Anelli

Our new office space came with a long white wall. Realising that this large blank space was something a lot of artists dream of, we got in contact with Liz Anelli, a local artist and illustrator.