How we Support Diversity and Inclusion

We believe that actively supporting Diversity and Inclusion matters more than ever, including in workplaces.

The importance of working with diverse stakeholder groups in learning design

Our team have a proud and long-standing history of successfully engaging and collaborating with diverse external stakeholder groups and subject matter experts (SMEs) to design and develop learning solutions that are informed by effective consultation, in a learner-centred approach.

We are grateful that our extensive experience, spanning over a decade, has enabled us to develop a strong understanding of the importance of including diverse perspectives and expertise to create well-rounded, high-quality, and engaging learning solutions that cater to the specific needs of our client partners and their target audiences. In our project delivery, we work with stakeholders including but not limited to persons with mental health lived experience, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and persons with disabilities.

For example, we helped develop the Community Awareness Training for the Australian Multicultural Foundation – Building Resilience in the Community, which delivers the knowledge, understanding and skills required for participants to be able to deliver information in the community about: recognising anti-social behaviours, including criminality, and processes that can lead to violent extremism, along with prevention strategies and where to go for support. Our team designed an eLearning module following consultations with community groups, religious leaders, police and government to ensure that the contents and format remain relevant, practical and useful over time.

Supporting our client partners in achieving their Diversity and Inclusion goals

In our ‘bread and butter’ service, custom-built digital learning solutions, we draw from the knowledge and skills gained from the longstanding experience working with diverse stakeholders in a variety of contexts. Our project range spans from overarching government policy implementation training in state-wide sectors to roll-outs of mobile support apps for international university students on and off-campus. In applying best practice approaches in instructional and technical eLearning design, we ensure that learning content represents a diverse and inclusive presentation of personas, in line with our client partners’ policies and project requirements.

Technical aspects of accessibility

Our learning designers and developers are technical experts and specialised in optimising accessibility of eLearning content, within the native capabilities of the authoring tool chosen by our client, and with the aim of making a learning experience worthwhile for all learners. We work closely with our client partners during the storyboarding phase to ensure any required accessibility standards can be met and are planned for from the beginning.

We understand that details about accessibility in eLearning design and development might be quite a technical unknown for our client stakeholders, that’s why we have compiled a free Quick Reference Guide with some main aspects to be aware of:

Cover thumbnail of Liberate QRG-Enhancing Accessibility in eLearning

Download your free copy of our QRG via the contact from below.

Carrying our care for Diversity and Inclusion into our community

Liberate Learning set out in 2010 to change the way eLearning is done in Australia, and from day one, we have been active and proud supporters of several community organisations that work hard to make a real difference towards diversity and inclusion in our communities:

Recently, we kindly have received the following testimonial from Belgravia Foundation’s CEO:

“Learning Leader… and a MASSIVE shout out to Liberate Learning who have for 10 years provided outstanding support pro bono that has enabled YouMeUs to be available to train workers in the leisure, aquatic, recreation and fitness sectors to welcome, support and include people living with disabilities into the facilities, programs and services being offered. Belgravia Foundation accepted the challenge to support this training program a few years ago upon a request from the coalition of LGA’s that founded this resource. The program is free, and has had 11,000+ completions, with the evaluation data remarkably consistent and positive in regard the reports of improved confidence and feelings of improved capability to welcome, support and include people living with disabilities into these key community experiences. And, without the support of Liberate Learning this would not have occurred.” Jeff Walkley, CEO, Belgravia Foundation

Find out more about YouMeUs here:

Do you need support in making your learning programs more diverse, inclusive and accessible? Reach out to us.


Download your copy of our Quick Reference Guide Enhancing Accessibility in eLearning


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