etrainu creating an accessible learning environment for Vicsport members
Published 19 May, 2022.
etrainu are global leaders in exceptional community education solutions and proud sponsors of Vicsport. Their sophisticated learning management system (LMS) is designed to help sporting bodies better engage their members, from administrators and officials, through to players.
After years of investment creating integrations into membership platforms, the etrainu platform fits seamlessly within any NSO or SSO’s technology environment. This is complimented by a mobile app that bridges the gap between in-person practical assessments and online learning.
Having seen the success etrainu has had in major organisations like Surf Life Saving Australia, Gymnastics Australia and Basketball Australia, Head of Sport Rob Flude is determined to create a meaningful impact across as many sports as possible.
“The current issue within community sports is that due to limited budgets it’s extremely difficult to experiment with something new. Let’s take a learning management system for example. By the time you choose one that fits, license content and integrate it with your membership platform, you could be looking at $40k+ per year,” he said.
“Finding that amount of money in the budget is difficult, especially when the ROI isn’t completely known yet by either party.”
“What we’re aiming to do at etrainu is lower the barrier to entry and allow sports organisations to experiment with something that wasn’t possible in the past. There’s so much benefit to be gained with the right technology, particularly for volunteers. What we’ve found is that moving away from paper-based processes and having a single source of truth for accreditations creates so much agility in the long term.”
etrainu has put together a limited time offer for Vicsport members. Up until 30 June 2022, new customers can sign up to implement an LMS with a content library for $7,490 + GST per annum. To learn more about the offer, head to their website here.
“We’re excited to launch this initiative. Our hope is that we can deliver real value to more sports organisations, give them a taste of what’s possible and help them build and engage their community through education.”