Continuing Education Management Software Startup Launches First State Agency Contract

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Nebraska State Electrical Division signs with StateReporting.com for comprehensive continuing education management services.

StateReporting.com, a new continuing education management software platform, announces their partnership with the Nebraska State Electrical Division to provide streamlined continuing education services on behalf of the Electrical Division’s approximately 11,000 license holders.

After a year in development, https://www.statereporting.com hit the ground running in January 2018 to offer continuing education management services to state regulated license holders and education providers, on behalf of the state agency which does the regulating.

“We created the software platform StateReporting.com out of the need we saw to better serve all three stakeholders in the area of continuing education. With our education background, we are uniquely suited to provide this service to state agencies, education providers, and of course, the licensees,” said co-founder of StateReporting.com, Mike Melvin, also owner and founder of At Your Pace Online, a nationwide continuing education provider.

Managing CE for the Nebraska electrical market is just a natural fit for StateReporting.com. “We know tradespeople, we know the kinds of hours they work, and we know they need a painless method for keeping track of their CE that doesn’t cost them anything - ever.”

Melvin reported that in one week alone they talked to Nebraska electricians and education providers from all across the state, some who work hours away from their homes for weeks at a time, including out of state, as well as Nebraska electricians who flew to Puerto Rico to provide their skills to help with the island’s struggling power grid. “These electricians are on the job, wherever that job takes them. We get that,” Melvin said.

In the last week, multiple new providers have also reached out to see how they can apply to the NSED through StateReporting.com to get their electrical training courses in front of Nebraska electricians. “Their response to the ease of the system has been exactly what we hoped for,” Melvin concluded.

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