• Jane Wexler - Leadership Development


e-Learning shouldn’t be a casual joy ride on a Sunday afternoon with the cruise control engaged. The sole purpose of e-Learning is to teach. 

- Christopher Palm

Make the Leap

Today, many people prefer to learn at a time and place that suits them, and progress at their own pace. But they still want learning that challenges and engages them, is relevant to their workplace, and provides them with practical skills and up-to-date-knowledge, which they can readily apply.

Our e-Learning program uses education technology that has been specifically designed to engage participants in interactive, scenario-based learning, which offers a high level of content integrity and a safe, supportive learning environment. Our e-Learning program provides high quality leadership and supervision training.

e-Learning features:

Custom made video scenarios that engage participants with situations they will recognize from their workplace, and solutions they can apply immediately

Interactive inventories and quizzes to ensure active participation, knowledge transfer and reflective thinking

Content rich resources

Full bookmarking capability so that participants can pick up where they left off whenever time allows

Available 24/7 for initial learning or for any time skill refreshment

Course certificate provided on completion of Learning Journal


e-Learning design


Course content designed by Jane Wexler BA, BSW, MSW, MAASW (Acc), Acc. Exec. Coach
Jane is well respected and widely sought after for her expertise and extensive years of experience as a supervisor, trainer,executive coach & educator in Australia, Asia & the Pacific region. She delivers a powerful blend of effective and practical traditional frameworks, with an interest in Eastern philosophy.

Learning platform: We used the amazing skills and experience of Reality Learning Australia, an award winning company with an international record of providing e-Learning tools, strategies and web platforms, transforming traditional learning content into scenario-based learning in Australia and Asia Pacific.

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