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Education gets Real and Exciting

Australia is a land of expansive spaces. Our population lives in cities and towns mostly patched along the East and West coastlines or populates the regional and remote areas of rich farming country and the outback. Despite our distances, we are tightly connected to the global experience via our technology and our desire to join, learn and know more.  Our recent experiences as part of the global community adapting to periods of considerable social …

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Train Driver Training

7 ways Virtual Reality is enhancing rail training Virtual Reality has been around since the 1950’s. In 1962, Morton Heilig developed the Sensorama, a multi-sensory technology ‘machine’ that included a motion chair to bring film viewers a more ‘realistic’ viewing experience. The Sword of Damocles was next – the dramatic sounding but unwieldy first head …

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AusRAIL 2019

We are excited to announce that we will be attending AusRAIL 2019 conference from December 3rd to December 6th. Feel free to contact us on if you are keen for a chat at the conference.  


Australasian Simulation Congress

Our General Manager, Karen Sanders, is presenting her paper titled “Application of spatial solutions for time in construction” at the Australasian Simulation Congress tomorrow About the paper: The paper focuses on spatial solutions that are slowly being implemented globally, by early adopters in the construction sector, with an aim to make sector-wide improvements on time …

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Maker Immersion – Bringing Active Learning Back in the Classrom

Maker Immersion – Cert IV & Diploma in Building and Construction (Building) Humans love making things, its why we are so different to most other animal species on the planet. We design, build and create things, we discover, explore and learn. It is a common bond we share. Remember building blocks as a kid? Watching …

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My Potentia – World’s only language-free digitised assessment tool

My Potentia – A Language Free and Culturally Fair Assessment Tool “If the First Nation People drafted an I.Q. test, all of Western civilization would presumably flunk it”.  Dr Stanley Marion Garn – Ph.D. Professor of Anthropology at the College for Literature, Science and Arts and Professor of Nutrition, University of Michigan “Two things are infinite: …

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