Design services and work examples

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“Inclusive, creative and curious – that’s me!”

Inclusive DesignInclusive design

Learning designs incorporate inclusive language and are suitable for learners with mixed abilities and disabilities. From the outset we consider your learners needs and capabilities so the final product will be inclusive.

Client requirement: Develop a knowledge check template using Articulate Storyline360 for administration teams that all users can navigate and complete.

The result: Learners reported better engagement, ease of navigation for all users, and reinforcement of new concepts.

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eLearning screen shot from Scenario types slide. There are 3 options to choose from: What’s happening here? What will I do next? and Who should I take advice from?

LB Learning Solutions is a business where accessibility and inclusion is part of the culture and embedded in every design. It is not an add on or a special requirement. Accessability Business Consulting is pleased to collaborate with and endorse LB Learning Solutions.”

Ainslee Hooper, Accessability Business Consulting

Accessibility TestingAccessibility testing

LB Learning Solutions engages people with different abilities to ensure the final products meet accessibility requirements for everybody. We can also test your designs and help you remediate them.

Client requirement: Test and remediate eLearning to meet WCAG 2.1 Level AA standards and government standards.

Results: Word and PDF documents were tested by JAWS screen reader users and remediated to meet WCAG 2.1 Level AA requirements.

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eLearningeLearning

LB Learning designs are developed in Articulate Storyline360 using accessible templates and are comprehensively tested to ensure the final product meets accessibility standards. We can develop accessible branded templates to suit your organisation’s style guide and requirements.

Client requirement: Create supplementary self-paced eLearnings to support students enrolled in Certificate IV in Disability.

The result: Students choose from a suite of eLearnings and other relevant support resources to supplement their learning and prepare them for the type of work they will do on completion of the course.

“Navigation is well planned for screen readers. All of the LB Learning Solutions resources I have tested are designed so people who use assistive technology can access them.”

Dr Dianne Ashworth, professional JAWS screen reader user
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Screen shot of eLearning slide “Is this incident reportable” containing a sample scenario and options for the learner to choose whether to report the incident or not.

Learning packagesLearning packages

We develop ready to use packages designed to maximise learner experience and to suit your working environment.

Client requirement: Create a comprehensive program for genU staff to achieve Family and domestic violence, and sexual assault awareness.

Results: Managers embraced the message and are leading teams to improve awareness and bystander intervention. The learning package included:

  • Accreditation plan
  • Leadership endorsement
  • Subject matter expert consultation
  • Customised eLearning
  • Themed information circulars
  • Alignment with policy
  • Face to face workshops for leaders
  • Follow up and ongoing support for leaders
  • Integration with existing support programs

“ . . . extensive subject matter consultation and a thorough review. The result of this roll out is a powerful, thought provoking call to action for us all.”

Andrea Hooper, Training Manager, Employment Services at genU
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Learner experiencesLearner experiences

Replicate real life situations and use interactive methods of learning to maximise the learning experience.

Client requirement: Design a learning experience for beginning Field Inspectors at WorkSafe Victoria to help them remember key text related to common legislative infringements from the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004.

Results: A board game was designed incorporating immersive tasks and repetitive application of key legislative points from the Act. Field inspectors enjoyed learning about the important technical details through an experience that was both collaborative and fun. The board game was showcased to the minister the Honorable Robin Scott.

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Face to face workshopsFace to face workshops

Workshops can be customised and delivered by experienced facilitators at your site. We can tailor workshops to suit your specific topic or you can ask us to customise any of our accessibility workshops for Word, PowerPoint, PDF or Articulate Storyline360 software.

Client requirement: Help a training team develop accessible documents to meet WCAG 2.1 accessibility standards.

Results: Team members are now producing WCAG compliant eLearnings and accessible assessment formats to suit all learners.

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“Lyndal left a sizable impact with her push for better accessibility. She’s committed to what she does and she sees it through.”

Mark Ziemnicki, Instructional Design specialist at genU Training

Reaching new goalsReaching new goals

When your organisation needs to reach a new goal we can design learning solutions to help meet the outcomes you are after.

Client requirement: Improve staff knowledge about common disability types at a national agency.

Results: Nationwide roll out of user-centred Disability Snapshots for front line staff to access on demand.

“. . . significant improvements in processes as well as improving stakeholder relationships in a changing and expanding network .”

Jackie Saddington, Assistant Director at NDIA
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Communicating changeCommunicating change

We can help you drill down to find the best methods and key messaging needed for your staff to remember and adopt your organisational change requirements.

Client requirement: Keep procedure changes “front of mind” for operational staff at the NDIA.

Results: Introduction of a regularly updated “Handy Tips” message on the intranet for operational procedure reminders and business system tips. Increased follow up and engagement from operational staff.

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Engagement and performance resultsEngagement and performance results

At LB Learning Solutions we listen carefully and do our research to fully comprehend your requirements. Then we work with you to engage your learners and achieve the best possible results.

Client requirement: Implement a “branch trainer” program to improve workplace engagement at Armaguard.

Results: Branch trainers who became part of the program willingly took on more responsibility. Their feedback helped to identify gaps and ways to improve existing processes to reduce costs.

“The result was a significant improvement to national training outcomes and a raised interest in being involved in the program. Lyndal is one of the most professional educators I have ever worked with in my 33 years of training.”

Michael J. Walsh, Senior Firearms Instructor (National), Armaguard

Bite-sized learningBite sized learning

Learning snippets are designed for people with limited time. Bite-sized pieces of information are more likely to be remembered and can be placed where your learners are going to see them more often.

LB Learning task: Develop short and snappy social media messages about learning, accessibility and inclusion.

“I look forward to reading them and smiling”

Honey Dy, Senior recruitment resourcer at AWX