LRD has developed a wide range of educational resources for a variety of contexts.
The Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia (TFIA) wanted a self-paced interactive resource addressing safe work practices tomeet the requirements of two training package units. This sample is a 360 degree view of a printing machine with interactivity.
Employability skills are increasingly important to employers, so Kangan Institute wanted to provide an accessible and self-directed self-assessment tool for all learners. The solution was Employability Online, an interactive web-based resource.
The Outdoor Power Equipment Association (OPEA) wanted to use e-learning for workforce development. As part of this strategy, LRD developed a suite of high quality e-learning resources to enable members to achieve the Certificate II and III in Outdoor Power Equipment (OPE).
Existing training resources for automotive apprentices were text-heavy and often had literacy levels higher than required for the workplace job. This project developed visually-based and language-adjusted learning resources for five units.
At a time when the aviation security industry was recruiting and looking to ensure consistent skill levels amongst its employees, this project produced skills recognition and recognition of current competency kits for 11 units in the Certificate II in Security Operations.
ADFC Cadet staff wanted support to operate more effectively in the contemporary environment, so a practical guide was developed containing comprehensive information and strategies.
This project responded to an identified need to update vocational training in India.
This three-year project involved the design, development and delivery of non-accredited training to education support staff in primary and secondary schools across Victoria.