Schrole is a publicly listed Australian company that delivers innovative, HR management software and training solutions for the international and domestic education sector.
Schrole’s services include:
ISS-Schrole Advantage – An online Software-as-a-Service platform that enables international schools to streamline teacher recruitment and candidate management activities
Schrole Verify – A new global standard for background screening in the international schools sector
Schrole Cover – A cloud-based software platform that engages your preferred relief staff at the touch of a button
Schrole Develop – Accredited training and professional development customised to the contexts in which our clients operate
Chairman | Non-Executive Director
Partner & Director Ventnor Capital. Over 20 years international experience advising on corporate finance, commercial and operational matters. Currently Non-Executive Director of multiple ASX entites.
Managing Director of Schrole Group. Over 30 years experience as a teacher and principal, and ran an international school recruitment company prior to forming Schrole
Partner of HWL Ebsworth Lawyers, specialising in equity capital markets and mergers & acquisitions. Non-Executive Director of Hawkstone Mining Ltd (ASX:HWK) and RareX Ltd (ASX:REE)
Over 30 years of management and board experience with major corporations in Australia and internationally including former roles as Managing Director of Carlton & United Breweries; President of Kraft Foods (Asia Pacific); and Non-executive Director of Navitas.
Schrole Group Ltd – ASX:SCL
Following the consolidation by acquisition of Schrole Pty Ltd (SPL) and ETAS (WA) Pty Ltd trading as ETAS Group (ETAS Group), Schrole Group Pty Ltd was created. On 17 June 2016, Schrole converted into a publicly listed company. The company is now a provider of integrated and comprehensive software solutions and professional services to the education sector.
Current as of March 2020, the Schrole Corporate Governance Statement discloses the extent to which the Company follows the recommendations set by the ASX Corporate Governance Council in its publication Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations 3rd Edition (Recommendations).