Microcraft eLearning is an Australian company based in Blackburn, Victoria, specialising in providing technology based training solutions. Microcraft eLearning's Managing Director and team have expertise in education and training, psychology, business and project management, IT, journalism and research. We work closely with our clients to develop the very best solutions for their unique needs.

Competitive advantages of Microcraft eLearning's development service include our personnel's strong background in competency based training, as well as the skills related to creating effective multimedia. We are one of the few companies that successfully integrate sound instructional design with effective eLearning.

Microcraft eLearning’s products and services are used by an impressive list of clients including the State Services Authority (VIC), Australia Post (including Passport Interviewer training for DFAT), Country Fire Authority, Australian Submarine Corporation, CSL, Australian Building Code Board, MidCoast Water, Crisis Support Services, Dotmar EPS, CSL, AIPS, National Australia Bank, Department of Infrastructure, Fortis Insurance, Orica, Dulux, PPG, Palmer Tube Mills, aviation industry educators and major universities.

TonyTony McSherry
Technical Manager/Managing Director

BA (Psychology & Literature), Grad. Dip. Computer Science and Grad. Dip Ed.

Tony is the Managing Director of Microcraft eLearning and is one of the creators of the AUTHOR™ eLearning Development System. He is a qualified teacher with considerable experience in secondary and TAFE education, audio/video production, programming, IT systems, project management and eLearning development and delivery.

Tony supervises and manages the development team and is an experienced educator, scriptwriter, graphic designer, video director, and voice-over artist.

PengPeng Chen
Chief Programmer

Computer Science (Masters)

Peng holds a Masters Degree in Information Technology from the University of Melbourne.

He has worked for Microcraft since 2007 as the lead designer and programmer of recent AUTHORsystem upgrades and is central to the development of the new AUTHOR HTML output option.

lizLiz McArthur
Microcraft director and voice-over artist

B.A. (Psychology), Grad. Dip. Librarianship, Grad. Dip. Applied Science (Computer Science & Computer Graphics) TEFLA (Cambridge).

Liz has spent 20 years at Microcraft and is now raising her two young children. She is still actively involved in Microcraft providing voice-over for varying projects.

Our Development Team

All of Microcraft eLearning's development team have worked with the company for some years and are trained in our AUTHOR™ eLearning Development System, as well as audio and graphics software.

Members of our development team have been studying related tertiary courses simultaneously, adding to our overall knowledge base, which has been of great benefit to Microcraft and our clients.

Jack Arnold
eLearning Development Team Leader
JackJack joined Microcraft eLearning in 2006 as an eLearning developer while studying an IT degree at Deakin. He was promoted to Microcraft's Development Team Leader in 2008 and completed a BA in Games Design and Interactivity at Swinburne University of Technology.

Jack's major interests are computer graphics and animation.

LachlanLachlan Gordon
eLearning Developer

Advanced Diploma of Sound Production, RMIT

Lachlan has worked for Microcraft since 2010 and is a highly valued member of the development team.

His sound engineering background is utilised on a daily basis in the creation, manipulation and delivery of audio material used within the development process.

His other roles include implementation of eLearning material, graphic manipulation and quality control.

Trevor Theisz
eLearning Developer & Technical Support
Trevor has worked for Microcraft in various capacities for over twenty years, providing a wealth of technical knowledge and hands-on experience with computer hardware.
Trevor currently provides technical support within the company, as well as being a key member of the development and quality control team.


Last modified: Friday, 15 December 2017, 02:10 PM