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Lightbulb Interactive – How it works

 

Lightbulb Interactive is Whiteboard’s innovative online environment.

When you sign up for one of our in-class courses you’ll use Lightbulb Interactive to access the preparatory materials.  All content for the Online Courses is accessed here too. Lightbulb Interactive allows you to study at your own pace and in your own time, all the while building a picture of how everything fits together in this complex industry.

Of course, you’ll also have access to course supervisors if you get stuck or just want to explore some concepts in more detail.

 

Online, interactive learning

The interactive, engaging and comprehensive digital format means you will take charge of your own learning, exploring the key facets of the electricity industry using case studies, videos and primers.

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The online interface shows the many interdependencies between these facets, and the material explains how these relationships work. You will be able to interact with course leaders online, and will come away with a real insight into how politics, engineering and commerce interact.

It’s about equipping you with the knowledge you need for better, faster decision-making, in a format that allows you to learn at your own pace and within your workload.

Download primers and watch video tutorials.

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Discuss the content with other course participants as well the supervisors.

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Featured courseOnline

History and Politics - Shaping the Future Online

An on-line tour through the effect of politics on decision making in the electricity industry using rich historical examples.

Price:

$750 +GST

Endorsements
Conrad
"Overall an excellent course. It was rewarding to listen to Dave and Steve’s insights into the NZ electricity industry. The background reading, case studies and demos, lectures and group discussions resulted in a broad understanding of the history and current and future issues facing the New Zealand electricity industry. Well recommended."