Transformative online learning starts here.
Create, market and sell online courses and micro-credentials with OpenLearning, a market-leading online learning platform designed for active learning, authentic community and formative assessment.
Your learners, your content, a better experience
Around the world, education providers are spending time and money to buy, build and integrate multiple systems; money that could be better spent on improving the quality of their courses and degrees.
With OpenLearning, you’ll have everything you need to design, deliver and sell your online courses; so you can put more of your limited resources into designing transformational experiences that improve your learner outcomes, reduce delivery costs and increase engagement.
The complete platform solution
Everything you need to launch and run a successful online education business.
Easily implement best practices in learning design.
Deliver award-winning short courses, micro-credentials and qualifications.
Scale your training and professional development business.
Craft scalable active learning experiences
Fuse content and community to intrinsically motivate your learners
Mentor, guide and support your learners from start to finish
Designed for outcome based assessment and authentic education.
Easily recognise, reward and certify your learners.
A quality-assured micro-credentialing framework
In recent years, there have been a growing emphasis on lifelong learning as the new norm for the way we live, work and learn in a rapidly unfolding era of change. The events of 2020 has reinforced the importance of continuing to invest in oneself.
The OpenCreds framework outlines how the education providers can provide a market-leading lifelong learning and micro-credentialing experience that prepares Australian and Malaysian learners for the future of work.
Authentic, active and connected learning
The OpenLearning philosophy
OpenLearning ties together a large body of proven learning sciences research which includes social constructivism, experiential learning, virtual communities, learner-centred design and cognitive load theory.
Powering world-leading education providers
Scaling professional learning for membership associations
Relief Teacher Association needed to offer teachers professional learning that they could complete any time and anywhere at a price that was affordable given so many are under employed.Read this case study
Driving brand awareness through free, taster online courses
Charles Sturt University was looking for an effective digital channel to boost student enrolments and engage new students amidst today’s changing learning ecosystemRead this case study
ASX-listed education company moves into non-accredited short courses
RedHill Education wanted to diversify their business and move into online non-accredited short courses.Read this case study
Building a global community of learners and educators
Enabling you to deliver life-changing outcomes with online education
"I believe we are making a big wave in education by embarking on the micro-credential educational programme and leveraging the blockchain technology. More importantly, we are providing a flexible, learning-on-demand learning model that would serve the large segment of the lifelong learner's community.
Universiti Sains Malaysia
"The taster team at CSU has had unbelievable support from the OpenLearning team. Whether it involved suggesting ways to improve our search results, creating a results-oriented marketing campaign, developing creative and clean online modules, responding to any technical requests, or providing input and feedback into a myriad of questions, OpenLearning has been there for us."
Charles Sturt University
"OpenLearning has presented us with solutions to our problems and answers to our questions, all with a smile. Working with OpenLearning is enjoyable and rewarding, and has allowed us to launch some new courses that we otherwise wouldn't have. They have allowed us to learn new ways of building courses as well as provide enhanced understanding of online learning principles."