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The online learning platform makes DreamBuilder accessible globally to all women seeking to start or grow their own businesses. Wherever Freeport has operations, they engage in a wide range of programs that support local capacity building. Their portfolio of assets includes mining facilities in five countries in North and South America, Africa and Indonesia. In 2013, the Spanish version of DreamBuilder was launched in Chile and Peru. The English version launched this year to expand the program's reach to English-speaking entrepreneurs in North America and throughout the world. In 2015, Bluedrop and Thunderbird received a coveted Brandon Hall Group silver award for excellence in the category of Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology with the DreamBuilder program. The Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards Program is the most prestigious awards program in the learning and human capital management industry. 





The Certification Training Registry (CTR) enables over 260 approved training providers to publish their course offerings to a marketplace; creating a one-stop shop for over 170,000 workers and their employers to register for the OH&S training they need to maintain legislative compliance. Each worker will have a secure personalized record of mandatory safety training, accessible online and easily shareable with their employer. Workers, employers and Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) officers in Newfoundland & Labrador will access real-time certification training records through a smartphone or any web-enabled device. This allows them to effectively monitor expiry dates on required training and ensure workplace compliance with OH&S legislation.




In 2011, the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador made a bold and innovative decision to become the first province to launch “SmartForce NL”- an online workforce development initiative to identify and close the skills gaps of workers and businesses in the province. Bluedrop developed 10 hours of training to meet specific skills gaps, provided a perpetual license for every small business user in the province as well as 10,000 off-the-shelf courses. These included Microsoft Office, Project Management and Workplace Safety. The success of this project surpassed the expectations of even its greatest advocates. It was identified by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses as one of only two projects highlighted as very strong investments by the New­foundland Government during 2011. Furthermore, our platform was also cited as a way to cut red tape and deliver training efficiently to businesses.




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