Strategy connects MyMahi with Drive
Strategy has connected Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency and ACC with Aotearoa’s fastest-growing education platform MyMahi, resulting in a digital partnership that’s improving the way young people learn to drive.
Earlier this year, Strategy introduced Kiwi-owned learning and pathways hub MyMahi to government website Drive, an online platform that provides free access to NZ Road Code resources and tests.
The result is an innovative one-stop-shop service for young people wanting to get their driver’s licence, who can directly access Drive through MyMahi’s educational dashboard environment.
As of this month, MyMahi’s 70,000 users can log into their online profile and access Drive with the click of a button, where they’ll find step-by-step information and interactive games.
Combining Drive’s resources with MyMahi, which is used by over 240 organisations and schools around Aotearoa, means young people are less likely to experience platform overload.
“MyMahi helps young people work out who they are and where they could go, particularly focusing on strengths,” MyMahi Co-founder Jeff King says.
“Getting their license is just another thing for them to have to remember to do, when they already have so many platforms they need to access for different reasons”
Drive Product Owner Simon O’Brien says as well as making the Road Code more accessible, Drive is designed to help create safer and more competent drivers.
“MyMahi has a strong reputation and great relationships with schools and young people,” O’Brien says. “We were really pleased Strategy was able to set up a partnership where we can leverage off that.”