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LearnerMe – New Way of Learning

LearnerMe – New Way of Learning

New Plymouth, Taranaki – May 2018Learner Me recently launched an online learning platform that focuses on preparing for the future by providing an innovative technology-based online platform which will allow for engaging, educational experiences. This will prepare the students to become innovative professionals, resilient self-motivated life-long learners and thinkers.

Learner Me has opened the platform to public and will officially launch the product during Techweek Taranaki 2018. During Techweek (19th-27th May 2018), anyone and everyone is welcome to come and test the platform and talk to the team at Proformac Technologies - 127 Gill Street, New Plymouth. The event will take place daily from 10am-4pm and anyone interested can pop in and test the platform on one of many computers set up for the events. Our team will be available to answer any questions and would love any feedback.











This is a great opportunity to learn more about Learner Me and understand how it can benefit students, businesses, not for profit organisations and anyone looking to upskill or retrain.
About Learner Me

Learner Me is an technology based online learning platform that aims to become the bridge between educational institutions and businesses by helping prepare students for business and helping businesses innovate and futureproof themselves. Learner Me will provide every student with the tools to innovate and think differently.
The online courses can be created by any education provider, university, businesses or by Learner Me and student progress will be mapped to provide feedback for continuous improvement, thereby enhancing the outcome for all concerned.

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