Who We Are

What is CAMI?

CAMI stands for ‘Computer Aided Mathematics Instruction’. Developed in 1984, CAMI is designed for value, speed and ease of use. Essentially it is a high productivity software system capable of boosting a user’s performance and academic results in the shortest time possible.

Today, the CAMI product suite caters for English, mathematics and perceptual learning.  A very useful strength of CAMI is that it is a concept based program, meaning it can be adapted to suit many different curricula. It can also be used to help bridge student knowledge gaps as well as catering for students who love working ahead.

Efficiency is where CAMI shines. Its focus on knowledge retention gives a student more time to practise taught concepts. Explanatory notes and hints are also included to aid the student, where necessary, while working through the exercises.  With this focus on retention, a learner can work through a significantly larger workload in shorter time periods and still produce better results.

Our Tutor Support Team

The CAMI Tutoring Support Team consists of professional educators with a deep understanding of the CAMI software and how it can be adapted to suit your child’s academic needs.

We only employ the best available professionals, so primarily, our tutors are qualified teachers specialising in English and mathematics.

When you send your child’s progress report, a tutor will analyse the results and provide feedback and further guidelines. By following our recommendations, your child will be working on the most suitable areas of the program relating to their academic strengths and areas needing growth.

Our tutor line is also available for parents and students to use for enquiries about work on the program as well as relevant school homework and assignments. We also have technical support specialists available to assist you if necessary.


"Thanks very much for the update on the kids' work. Anneliese is loving it. She asks to work on CAMI all the time. My niece has moved in recently. She is in Year 7 and is enjoying CAMI as well…" ~ Jodie