The Learning Management System

The Learning Management System (LMS) that will deliver AICSA’s online training courses is Moodle.

This is an open source learning platform that has become one of the most popular LMS’s in world. It was created in Western Australia.

Moodle is an online LMS that allows AICSA to create online, interactive, engaging courses. It allows audio and video to be embedded in online courses. Moodle analytics enables the organisation to track course enrolment, completion and the issue of certificates of completion.

Online learning provides the opportunity for those who cannot or do not wish to attend face to face training, the opportunity to undertake training. Once enrolled in a course, a participant can login to a course as many times as they wish, anytime and anywhere they have Internet access.


A Word

From the Training Manager

AICSA is delighted to be offering a range of online training courses for both our members and members of the public. Online training allows learning to occur at a time and place of the learner’s choosing. There is no need to attend class at a particular place, time and day. For those who cannot access face to face training, for whatever reason, it provides them with another option.

AICSA has an extensive offering of face to face training and it will continue to offer that training. Venturing into the online space means that AICSA can extend its reach and offer courses not just to its members but to members of the public.

Whether you are a conveyancer, conveyancing clerk, student of conveyancing or a member of the public, you will find a range of online courses that are engaging, self-paced and deal with a wide range of conveyancing related matters.

I encourage you to enrol and learn at a time and place of your choosing. 

– Margaret Barron

Manager, Policy and Training AICSA.


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Telephone: (08) 8359 2090

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