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NorQuest + TIQ Software makes good mental health easier

NorQuest + TIQ Software makes good mental health easier

NorQuest College is pleased to announce a partnership with local software company TIQ for two new online courses for corporate mental health.

Mental Health for Everyone and Mental Health for Managers – two online courses with content developed by NorQuest – are now available on Shop TIQ, an online course marketplace where organizations are provided with a single access point for online learning on any device.

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Shop TIQ was developed by TIQ Software, who deliver customized corporate learning experiences that are available on any device at any time. Shop TIQ also helps administrators track and support their employees’ performance as they complete online courses.

"TIQ Software allows our corporate partners the ability to easily access and administer mental health initiatives in their organizations" says Jennifer Mah, Dean, Faculty of Health and Community Studies at NorQuest College. "We have been looking for a software platform and a local partnership with an Edmonton-based company to help support our corporate partners as well as any other company that needs help educating their employees on mental health in the workplace."

TIQ CEO Jason Suriano echoes Mah’s enthusiasm for the partnership.

"TIQ has supported several enterprise businesses in Canada and the US over the past five years which has allowed us to refine and improve the corporate learning experience," says Suriano. "Our Shop TIQ online course marketplace and our partnership with NorQuest will allow businesses direct access to certified courses that will immediately help improve mental health on the job.”

Thanks to TIQ Software, a free portal is included which allows customers to access world class online courses at a fraction of the cost.

This valuable collaboration between NorQuest and TIQ Software is another example of how NorQuest College and our community partners provide added value to customers, stakeholders, and the community.

Source - Originally posted on the NorQuest website

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