Baltimore (USA), October 2019 - eThink Education, a Certified Moodle Partner and the 2018 Global Totara Partner of the Year, has partnered with GO1, a leading training content provider, to bring comprehensive workplace learning solutions to the global marketplace.
Leading eLearning solutions provider eThink Education and one of the world’s largest compliance, professional development, and general training platforms, GO1.com, have entered into a partnership to provide total learning solutions to the corporate training and learning marketplace.
eThink offers fully managed eLearning solutions for the open source Moodle and Totara Learning Management Systems (LMS). eThink’s complete LMS solutions provide a dynamic and customisable platform that is tailored to meet the specific educational and business goals of any type or size of company. eThink takes a comprehensive approach to eLearning management by offering unlimited AWS cloud hosting, implementation, integration, customisation, consultation, training, and management services.
The GO1.com platform comprises 50,000 courses aimed at helping people advance their careers or improve their current skill set. This includes business-related courses in leadership and communications, training basics for the aged care industry, and first aid programs.
"eThink is excited to partner with GO1 to provide our clients with a very large library of courses to round out their workplace training," said eThink CEO and Co-Founder Brian Carlson. "With GO1’s easy integration into Moodle and Totara, they are an ideal fit for our clients that are looking for a one-stop shop when it comes to combining an LMS platform and content for a total eLearning solution."
"We’re really excited to partner with eThink,” said GO1.com Co-Founder Vu Tran. “We think it’s a fantastic opportunity to provide eThink customers with access to the world’s largest marketplace for training. The alliance gives us the opportunity to help eThink’s customers create high-performance teams from some of the best training providers in the world."