CONNECTING SCHOOLS & QUALITY
PROVIDERS WITH EASE

WELCOME TO EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES AUSTRALIA

Online Community for Schools and Providers Searching School Supplies

EISAU is an. advanced promotional website which is a unique online community dedicated to connecting providers of goods and services with schools in Australia and New Zealand. We provide access to the broader schools market. We are intent on providing alliances that last.

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ARE YOU A SCHOOL OR PROVIDER?

FOR PROVIDERS

Eisau represents the ideal platform for businesses to connect with schools to increase revenue for their business. How to start:

  • Have you already worked in a school? Have your testimonial or referee details ready.

  • Register and buy your listings.

  • Complete your business listings and have them appear instantaneously on EISAU.

  • Receive enquiries and business from schools.

FOR SCHOOLS

Eisau represents theideal platform for speaking to the education sector- afacct we owe to our firm roots in education.

  • Find professional business which deliver top quality services.

  • Business well versed in specific requirements & compliance issues related to the education

  • High calibre providers identified as having worked in a school or not.

  • Gain a clear picture of businesses service before contacting them.

EISAU NEWS

October News

Home Schooling and Online Learning requires that students (and parents) take more responsibility for institutional education. In line with the current environment, Inquiry Based Learning (IBL) encourages students to become autonomous learners. Following the influence of John Dewey on the American education system, IBL became popular during the 1960s and 1970s. Although it’s popularity may…

Religious Instruction In the Australian Education System

The Anglican Vice-Chancellor of Victoria’s University of Divinity, Peter Sherlock describes religion or faith in an external power as “[…] nothing more and nothing less than a body of beliefs, behaviours, and identities, through which we attempt to answer, or even just live with, our deepest questions.” Non-believers reject religion or faith as an ideological…