A new API client has selected CourseSuite as their primary content development company. Western Victoria Primary Health Network (PHN) has come on board and is now able to enjoy our new API subscription services and support.

Utilising our custom API single sign on integration process, they were able to embed our supplied API code into their Learning Management Portal, now allowing multiple content builders to access our cloud based content building apps and services.

No more staff hunting for that company credit card

Hunt for those company credit cards

We've simplified the purchasing options by eliminating Tiers. You now get the apps with all their features. Oh, and we're also working on new apps - more on that soon.

If you're an existing subscriber at a lower tier, you'll now notice your app is at the higher tier (but your subscription price will stay the same - lucky ducks!).

Recently a large Australian Nursing organisation with over 300,000 members needed to rebuild over 60 of their old existing courses to migrate to a brand new system. They needed to build all of their new courses within 2 weeks because their old system was being turned off. And they only had one staff member available to build the new courses.

We initially helped them to create the first course in our CourseBuilder Ninja as a template - and, from there, they cloned it many times. They adapted each new course with the respective content and exported them as HTML5 SCORM courses.

Managing all the courses was made easy in our easy to use course catalogue landing page.

We have simplified the way that users log in to CourseSuite, added support for launching apps through an API, and made a bunch of minor changes or bug fixes across our apps.

Logging on

You might have noticed that to sign in or register for the site, all you need to do is supply a valid email address. You are then assigned a password which you can use once to log into the site. We threw away the need to register and verify an email, then get a password and manage that password - the new approach is compatible with the old and means there's less for you to manage. We always need a valid email address, so that's rolled into the new system.


The CourseSuite API lets you externally authenticate and launch apps. API access will allow multiple concurrent users in the apps, give access to all apps and at their highest tier, and allow a degree of customisation to the appearance of apps. The API will be made available to the public soon!

We've had the Scorm Debug Ninja up for a while now, but today we've re-released it with a little more functionality as well as an easier to understand interface. No more opening the developer console to look at the SCORM api calls - it's right there on a tab. You can also try out different sizes. It remembers your packages for a couple of days then clears them out automatically (or you can delete them yourself).

Best of all, it's free to use - find it on the Freebies tab.

Today we pushed out a new feature to all Document Ninja Pro-Tier subscribers - pre-built designs. When choosing a design for your courses, you can use the existing "basic" designs, or choose one of our ever-expanding list of pre-built designs.


We'll be adding new designs and colour variants over time, so be sure to check back now and then. Your feedback is welcome - just head on over our contact page and start or join a conversation.

As a bonus you can even edit the code, html and css of our basic designs using the Advanced tab to use your own styles or colours as you see fit.

The Document Ninja template selector has had a much-needed revamp, and we're soon adding some premium player skins for Pro users so you can give these simple courses fancy designs.


In the meantime, we've redesigned the theme selector with one thing in mind: simplicity. You can choose a colour and a layout kind, and we do the rest. Like the rest of the Document Ninja, we like to keep things uncomplicated (less is more, and all that).

You can read more about the new designs in the guides.

Aslo See Doc Ninja tab.

Ok, I'll admit it. Getting SSL running across the whole domain took longer than it should have. Now all of our CourseSuite sites (web, payment gateway, forum, helpdesk, apps, etc) are running and communicating securely all the time using the latest web technologies and encryption schemes - all for keeping you and your data safe.

Look for the lock in your browsers location bar!

We have updated our payment options so that you are now able to buy NinjaSuite apps individually or as a bundle, and at the feature tier that suits you.

Previously, we only offered NinjaSuite as all the apps at one price for each tier, but we listened to your feedback and re-imagined the system so that it now allows the purchase of individual apps and at each feature tier level. This means you can now pick and choose the apps that you need at the prices that you can afford.

Apps still are tiered. The way this works is:

  • The lowest tier is the cheapest
  • With most products, courses produced with the lowest tier contains some kind of basic watermark or copyright statement that mentions or links back to CourseSuite.
  • Higher tiers extend the feature set, plus remove watermarks and other details. Consult each product page for more information about the tiers related to that product.

You're also able to buy bundles of apps at a discounted price; different bundles contain two or more apps each at various tiers, and are priced accordingly.

We've also heavily revised our pricing model to make your subscription dollars go further.

See CourseSuite home tab.

Login to access apps.

When you purchased an app we sent you a password so you can log in. Leave the field empty if you can't remember it and we will send you a new password to use.

You'll remain logged on until you log off (uses a cookie).