Expert assistance for Government Agencies: Custom elearning solutions with Pukunui
Pukunui is a leading provider of elearning solutions for government agencies. We specialize in helping organizations build custom learning management systems (LMS) using Moodle, the industry-leading platform. Our team understands the unique challenges and requirements of public sector learning, and can help you create a tailored LMS that meets your specific needs.
One of the key advantages of working with Pukunui is our expertise in compliance, reporting, and security. As a government entity, your training solution must meet a range of regulations, policies, and practices in order to support federal employees and the public. We can help ensure your LMS is compliant with all relevant laws and standards, and offers dynamic reporting to track the completion of courses and certifications. We also provide secure hosting on Amazon Web Services (AWS), which is compliant with GDPR, ensuring the confidentiality of all government data.
In addition to our expertise in compliance and security, Pukunui offers unlimited, high-touch, high-quality LMS support. We serve as an extension of your IT or L&D team, and are able to manage virtually every aspect of your LMS, from implementation and design, to hosting and customization. Our team of experts can help you design and implement a government LMS that meets your unique requirements, and provide ongoing support and maintenance to ensure that your elearning solution is always running smoothly.
Request a demo to learn more about how Pukunui can help your government agency deliver online learning.
We leverage the flexibility of the open source Moodle software to create custom reports, and integrations, allowing the end users to get the information they need quickly and efficiently.
Take your training courses with you. All you need is a smartphone and an internet connection, and you can take part in online training courses anywhere.
Pukunui’s government clients range from whole hospitals to specialised departments, smaller funded groups and larger public sector emergency response organisations.