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Synergy wins education projects

Synergy wins education projects

SYNERGY has been selected as a successful tenderer for significant work on The Learning Federation’s Mathematics and Numeracy 3 and 4 projects, and Science 3 and 4 projects.

Synergy will be involved in developing online curriculum content for schoolchildren in New Zealand and Australia. The combined projects are worth in excess of $1 million.

The Learning Federation is a multi-million dollar initiative of the State, Territory and Commonwealth governments of Australia and the government of New Zealand.

Chief Executive of Synergy, David Irving, says the winning of further work with The Learning Federation is proof of Synergy’s strong capability in the e-learning area and its ability to develop good working trans-Tasman relationships with the client.

The Learning Federation says a key reasons for re-engaging Synergy is “the company’s excellent project management and proven ability to deliver to time and budget. Top quality instructional design and the effective application of multimedia technology had meant that Synergy was consistent in delivering high quality, engaging content for teachers and students to use in the classroom.”


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