Komosion launched today a new partnership with Plato Project to deliver customer experience design education.
Courses will be offered in Melbourne and Sydney, building capability among individuals and within organisations to innovate the customer experience and drive adoption of customer-centric culture.
Plato Project Chief Executive Officer Elissa Newall says the partnership with Komosion highlighted a key point of difference in its modern education model.
“This opportunity places experts and industry professionals, who are actively working with clients on CX, in a supported environment to share their valuable experience with those wanting to learn. In support of that, Plato Project empowers these experts to be great educators and facilitators through our innovative content and learning methodology.”
“Komosion has the know-how when it comes to customer experience but they also share our belief in purpose. We know that organisations need to be able to manifest their higher purpose at all touch points if they’re to have true loyalty and engagement, and Komosion bring that practical experience to the classroom,” says Newall.
Komosion Managing Director John O’Neill says traditional educational institutes have not been able to support businesses in the modern economy raising the need for more relevant education models such as Plato Project.
“What impresses us about the philosophy of the Plato Project is that it had already understood the gap in the market and was already moving to better equip organisations to have relevant skills and a stronger sense of purpose about their roles in the world.”
Plato Project and Komosion are hosting 1-day CX Design Bootcamps in Sydney and Melbourne in November, followed by a 10-week course commencing in March.