Tribal Group, a leader in education software and services, has announced the signing of a five year contract with Carey Baptist College for the deployment and on-going management of Tribal’s Student Management System (SMS), ebs:VET.
Designed for rapid deployment in the private training and English language learning college sectors. ebs:VET will replace the college’s legacy student management platform, Artena.
ebs:VET features a pre-configured version of Tribal’s market leading SMS ebs student information system. This integrated functionality will enable the college to build both a feature rich student and staff portal as well as support admissions through Tribal’s ontrack portals, digitizing the entire admissions process and creating a better student experience. ebs will also modernize the interface with Moodle, the college’s learning management system.
Chris Berry, Executive Director, Carey Baptist College, said: “Ensuring our student information system is robust and effective is of crucial importance.
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Tribal Group and look forward to continue to not only delivering high quality learning but utilizing a system that will transform the management of our student information and communications to students.”
Carey Baptist College is Tribal’s eighth customer in the New Zealand Private Training Establishment sector and the seventh organization in the last 18 months to implement its ebs solution.
Steve Exley, Tribal’s General Manager New Zealand, said: “We’re really pleased that Carey Baptist College decided to implement our solution for specialist vocational and tertiary providers. It is a powerful tool that will transform its management of student data and provide real efficiencies for their organization.
“The onboarding of Carey as an ebs customer is a significant milestone for Tribal in New Zealand and we’re looking forward to collaboration on this implementation in the years ahead.”
Based in Auckland, Carey Baptist College provides theological training and NZQA accredited qualifications to train leaders for ministry and mission. The Private Training Establishment (PTE) has served both the Baptist movement and the wider church of New Zealand over the past 93 years.Click below to share this article