At Learning Port, teachers, instructional designers, and programmers from 15 different nationalities produce interactive modules for primary schools based on the Malaysian Ministry of Education syllabus. Interactive Textbooks' learning-centred approach supports what students learn in the classroom and how they prepare for examinations. The Ministry of Higher Order Education (MHOE) wants to make Malaysia a centre of higher education excellence by the year 2020. In three years, Malaysia's SPM students will enter the realm of higher education. They need to be prepared. That is why Dato Idrus Satha, after his success with Cosmopoint, launched Malaysia’s first interactive textbook. Learning Port is Asia’s largest K-19 e-learning publisher.

Best of e-Learning, APICTA 2013 Awards

Learning Port emerged as the winner at the MSC Malaysia Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Awards 2013 in the Best of e-Learning category. Learning Port has been acknowledged as the best among competing organizations, and has shown that it is ready to take its online learning programme to the next level. The MSC Malaysia APICTA Awards recognises the best ICT inventions in the country, providing a platform for innovators and entrepreneurs to benchmark their products and to create a networking platform for players in the ICT arena. Its prominence, credibility and reputation have seen the awards branded as the “Oscars of the ICT arena.”

MSC Malaysia Status

Learning Port is proud to be a MSC Malaysia status company. We have been recognised by the Government of Malaysia as a company that develops and uses multimedia to enhance education. The MSC Malaysia status is a symbol of world-class service and achievement. It is awarded to qualified entities that meet strict criteria and guidelines.