Who you can enrol with
Our Industry Connections
BCITO manages apprenticeships for the building and construction industry in New Zealand. eCampus NZ is working with BCITO to provide online workplace training opportunities.
Our Technology Partners
Intergen are leaders in the design and application of Microsoft technology. They provide information technology solutions to streamline and automate business processes. Intergen has helped eCampus NZ to implement our Learner Management System, making it easier to manage customer interactions.
Catalyst is a global team of skilled open source technologists who specialise in developing, designing and supporting enterprise grade systems using open source technologies.
Catalyst provides eCampus NZ with the online learning management system Moodle. Moodle offers functionality to complement most learning and professional development programmes including the online programmes of study offered by eCampus NZ.
Founded in 1995, Theta is a NZ-owned IT consultancy with offices in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Tauranga. Our team of more than 200 experienced professionals help organisations like yours – in New Zealand and around the world – to transform their businesses with technology.
We create smarter solutions, together.
We’re analytics, digital, business solutions and systems management specialists. From strategy to implementation and beyond, we’ll deliver and support a solution that does exactly what you want, the way you want it. Our technical experts and project delivery team work with you to get your project across the line and get it right. First time.
Our Teaching and Learning Partners
EduBits is New Zealand’s leading micro-credential provider, working with learners and organisations nationally and internationally. They are proud to partner with eCampus NZ and utilise our online learning capability to create outstanding learner experiences.
More information can be found at https://edubits.nz
Edalex’s mantra is to ‘help put innovation into education’. With deep expertise in the educational technology sector, and strong engagement with local educational institutions, Edalex delivers proven results for both clients and partners.
Edalex is the official Asia Pacific services and support provider for the open-source repository openEQUELLA, and is the exclusive ANZ reseller and support partner for both the analytics-driven student communication platform, Full Measure Education, and Interfolio’s Faculty Information System. More information can be found at www.edalex.com.
LinkedIn connects the world’s professionals to make them more productive and successful. They are the world’s largest professional network with more than 562 million users in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide. As part of eCampus NZ’s relationship with LinkedIn learners have access to LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com eLearning resources to assist in their learning
More information can be found at: www.linkedin.com
Xero is a New Zealand-based public company that offers leading cloud-based accounting software for small and medium-sized businesses as well as accounting and bookkeeping practices.
eCampus NZ has worked with Xero to help develop Xero Learn, an innovative lifelong learning platform. We already use Xero Learn in one of our accounting courses so learners gain practical experience and develop skills that are in demand in today’s workforce.
Our Service Providers
Muritai Group is a Christchurch-based marketing and brand strategy company whose research, deep understanding, and strategic insights have proven invaluable to the continual growth of eCampus NZs. With expertise in strategic marketing, branding, communications, digital strategies, and marketing implementation, Muritai Group acts as eCampus NZ outsourced marketing department.
Cherry Red Consulting is an award winning public relations and communications consultancy with a team that includes some of the most experienced practitioners in the sector. With experience in both public relations and digital communications, Cherry Red has been instrumental in getting eCampus NZ’s message heard.