Case Studies

Our online training solutions can address any organisation’s specific compliance requirements. From saving time and money to delivering consistent training across multiple locations, we ensure that every implementation suits our client’s specific needs.

e3Learning is delivering Employers Mutual the flexible online training solutions its members need to reduce risk and build safer workplaces. As an Australian owned mutual company, Employers Mutual has been helping people recover from workplace injury for over a century. They are committed to supporting their extensive and varied member base and reinvests profits through its Member Benefits program. The Member Benefits program delivers a range of Work Health & Safety (WHS) and other workplace risk management solutions that have been designed to help members prevent and reduce workplace injuries.  Through a strategic partnership, e3Learning is supporting Employers Mutual to deliver EMlearning, an online WHS training solution which supports thousands of employer members and their staff every day, regardless of their geographic location or existing learning infrastructure.

The Background

HPS and its network of pharmacies are Australia’s leading supplier of pharmacy services to health facilities, including private hospitals, public hospitals, cancer centres, correctional facilities, veterinary clinics, and fertility clinics. HPS employ more than 400 employees across Australia, operating in all states and in the Northern Territory.
Mark Aiston, has worked as a sports presenter and reporter as well as radio host in South Australia for the past 35 years. Using his experience and wealth of knowledge, Mark set up MediaInsider. MediaInsider is a specialist media training company, assisting clients in areas ranging from crisis media management, to writing a media policy, to on-camera and presentation training through a series of face-to-face workshops.

The Background

Foxtel is one of Australia’s most progressive and dynamic media companies, delivering a diverse subscription television service to both regional and metropolitan areas over cable, satellite and broadband distribution. Since creating a new national subscription television service, through the merging of Foxtel and Austar in 2012, Foxtel directly employs around 2,500 people and a further 2,000 workers are indirectly engaged in sales and installation services nationally.

The Background

The Victorian Regional Health Service eLearning Network (ReHSeN) is an online learning system managed by health services in rural and regional Victoria in collaboration with the Department of Health (Grampians Region) and e3Learning. The ReHSeN portal provides online professional development resources for a full range of healthcare professionals and health service staff who work in these organisations. This collaborative venture started in 2008 and was originally called the GLM (Grampians Loddon Mallee) eLearning portal. After growing and expanding into other rural Victorian regions, the portal was re-named to ReHSeN in 2013.
Tupperware is the world’s most iconic brand of food storage products and they are now inducting new demonstrators into the business with online training developed by e3Learning.