Skopje, Macedonia, March 29, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- iVote, the leading provider of e-learning and elections management systems, starts the second phase of the project realization of providing an Epistum Learning Management System for training of the Central Election Commission in the Kyrgyz Republic.
In this phase, iVote consultants will have a meeting with representatives of the Central Election Commission of the Kyrgyz Republic and with IFES commissioners, to deliver the second SCORM package with interactive courses and learning materials.
“Development and progress of this project are moving forward according planned activities. We believe that in today’s dynamic, fast pace of life and work commitments, interactive learning methodologies supported with ICT will further enhance learning and knowledge retention among employees and companies. Creating visual, two-way communication tools for learning and augmenting knowledge has proven to be effective in assisting both, teaching and learning experience,” said Mr. Saso Jovanovski, CEO of iVote.
This project started in February 2015 with the aim to improve participant’s knowledge about election processes and procedures and to empower them with soft skills necessary for conducting and managing trustworthy, credible elections. Project is divided in several phases, each successively specified and theme allocated, gradually introducing the content of LMS technology and e-learning functionalities. iVote is a company specializing in election modernization and e-learning technologies.
iVote's Demokra is an end-to-end state-of-the-art election management platform, providing high security and transparency. iVote Demokra technology has been trusted by more than 116 million voters around the world. It has contributed to the most timely, transparent and credible election results in the history as democracies in many countries worldwide.