NEAS, a leader in Australian international education quality assurance, has endorsed ReadyTech Student Management System JR Plus for use across Pathways, ELICOS and CRICOS education.
ReadyTech’s Student Management System, JR Plus, has become the only Student Management System to be endorsed by quality assurance body NEAS for use in Australian international education.
NEAS is the peak body for quality assurance in Australian English Language Teaching (ELT), where it seeks to establish and uphold high education and service standards across international education.
JR Plus was recently reviewed by NEAS under its Quality Assurance Framework, a matrix that assessed the end-to-end capabilities and service offered by JR Plus in international education.
The NEAS assessment concluded with an official endorsement of JR Plus, citing benefits including the system’s adaptability, market-specific features, ISO 27001-level security and strategic focus.
“NEAS would like to congratulate ReadyTech on achieving NEAS Quality Endorsement of JR Plus, an international student management software system for Pathways, ELICOS and CRICOS providers.
“Their product is an all-in-one solution, which eliminates multiple competing software and creates a solution for their client of exceptional quality,” the NEAS endorsement to its members says.
NEAS added that the integration of research, analysis and ‘state-of-the-art’ software design into the JR Plus student management demonstrated the high quality solution it provided for clients.
JR Plus is the only Student Management System that is officially endorsed by NEAS against the Quality Assurance Framework for use by providers of international education in Australia.
“ReadyTech is pioneering many exciting developments in international education technology, all focused on evolving student management and student experiences for a brand new decade,” said Trevor Fairweather, ReadyTech’s General Manger of Student Management Systems.
“We’re delighted to receive this official quality endorsement from NEAS. While we’re in the midst of a challenging time in international education, we look forward to working with the Pathways, ELICOS and CRICOS community to support quality international offerings into the future.”