Asia Pacific Learning Impact Awards (ALIA) 2022
We are ALIA finalists! LB Learning Solutions together with Employ for Ability (EFA) have been nominated for two Asia Pacific Learning Impact Awards.
Working with Employ for Ability (EFA) throughout 2022 was an absolute joy.
We developed ground-breaking learning programs.
Our focus was preparing young neurodivergent job-seekers for the workforce.
Employ for Ability projects
We built on our original Time Management series of workshops from 2021, and delved into Finance. This was a big enough task when we unpacked how much ground to cover. In the end we designed a program incorporating everything from financial awareness through to workplace finances and on to independent living.
Then we tackled the 10 week introductory Communication program and completely remodelled it.
Our work attracted a lot of attention, but our favourite comment was from Associate professor and autism specialist, Amanda Webster from the University of Wollongong.
“Be proud. What you are doing here is world class.”Amanda Webster
Diversity & Inclusion and Learning Solution of the Year
Now we are being recognised by the Asia Pacific Institute for Learning and Performance as finalists for the ALIA 2022 “Diversity and Inclusion Learning Initiative” and “Learning Solution of the Year (External)” awards. Winners will be announced on Thursday 9th March.
Congratulations to lead designer Lyndal Box, and all who worked on the EFA projects in 2022 including: Martina Johnson, David Smith, Anne Smith from Employ for Ability, Mark Ziemnicki and Lauren Millar from LB Learning Solutions, as well as coaches, facilitators and learners from Employ for Ability.
Contact us if you would like to learn more about this project.