Leading Learning Management System
The CnG Hub is powered by Canvas, one of the world’s leading cloud-based Learning Management Systems. This modern online training environment makes accessing our online resources simple and convenient. The course content is interactive, engaging and regularly updated to reflect the latest industry best practice. In addition to the online platform, we deliver our education programs through fully qualified trainers and assessors.
Your staff may not ask for it, but training helps boost the morale of employees. Our courses will ensure that your staff stays at the top of industry trends. Taking a CnG Skill Set course will add to their caliber and make them feel like your business added value to their desirability as employees.
In order to reduce the chances of poor outcomes, financial and professional losses, your health workforce needs to be well trained and aware of risks. We provide that benefit by finding the right solutions for your staff through our well-designed courses.
TAIHS has been working with CnG for over 6 years and applauds the amazing job they do in training Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. They genuinely care about the aspirations of the young people they work with, and work closely with industry to ensure that the needs of both the young person and employer are met.
Kath Anderson - CEO, Townsville Aboriginal and Islander Health Service (TAIHS)
We have had school-based trainees over the past few years here at Northern Australia Primary Health Limited. We are pleased to say our trainees have always contributed to our workplace. I want to commend Connect 'n' Grow® on the quality of their training.
Linda Kensington - CEO, NAPHL
Catholic Education NT have been working with Connect 'n' Grow® in the Northern Territory for several years. They deliver their health program to our schools in rural and remote locations. I have always found Connect 'n' Grow® to go the extra mile when working with our students. They offer an outstanding solution for any secondary school looking to deliver health qualifications.
Julia Anderson - Northern Territory Catholic Education