25 Most Promising Cloud Solution Providers 2016 - JobReady

JobReady is pleased to announce we have been identified as one the 25 Most Promising Cloud Solution Providers in 2016 by CIO Outlook magazine. You can read the article here. We are very excited to be acknowledged among this group of technology providers. This exposure will help as we strive to attract and retain the best software development talent in Australia and deliver leading innovative technology to the Education and Employment sectors ...

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Important JobReady update on elevated security compliance

JobReady achieves IRAP Compliance. Elevated Security – what you need to know. Towards the end of 2015, JobReady passed an IRAP audit from an independent IRAP assessor. This has introduced wide ranging governance changes to our organisation in relation to system hosting (managed services) and security. Software providers like JobReady now require IRAP accreditation from the Department of Employment to be able to host and service an IT system for a jobactive organisation. Providers ...

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That Crucial "Call to Action"

If you are like me you probably spend a lot of your day writing posts and emails aimed at cajoling team members, prospects, partners and suppliers to act. Whether it be getting JobReady staffers to sign up to a charity walk or prospective customers to attend a demonstration, I am constantly thinking of a new "hook" that will help me capture attention within the "white noise" of email. So I was thrilled when I found this article that provides 20 format idea for that crucial "Call to ...

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Hoorah. AVETARS is live.

JobReady is delighted to announce the successful launch of the ACT Vocational Education and Training Administration Records System (AVETARS) for the ACT State Government. For full details, read the following media release: click here ...

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Getting serious: Total VET Activity reporting and the pursuit of earned autonomy

Getting serious: Total VET Activity reporting and the pursuit of earned autonomy In my last post, I wrote about the impact that the Unique Student Identifier (USI) will have on the vocational education and training (VET) industry. But USI is only part of a broader strategy around data collection and leveraging that information. Collection and analysis of data has always been an inherent part of vocational education and training as it serves an important and serious purpose in ensuring ...

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