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As much of the Enable team are located in different areas extended across the south west of WA, the sheer geographical spread of the workforce “has made the presentation of a central induction day session problematic”, Celeste explains. They came to the realisation that their previous one-day induction format for new support workers had “proven to be cost ineffective and inconsistent in information delivery”.
Chairo Christian School
After spending some time researching a solution online and over the phone, Chairo settled on Altora as a cost-competitive, flexible option who took the time to listen to their needs. “We needed a system to handle multiple induction and training courses to meet the needs of different staff. For example, a teacher’s induction is different to a maintenance staff member.” Altora provides an efficient solution for this.
Isa Rodeo Limited
They needed an easy-to-use system that was cost-effective for the vast number of users they require. The system also needed to have a range of capabilities that offered compliance checkpoints and plenty of data storage.
Bridgeman Baptist Community Church
Ensuring compliance was an important consideration for the church. An induction system with the ability to verify Working With Children Checks (WWCC) and other compliance-related documents was a crucial element of the church’s selection process.
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