At inlab, we have created a suite of learning innovation programmes and activities called innovSeries, which are designed to empower the Training and Adult Education (TAE) professionals to innovate their training beyond the norm and maximize the efficacy of individual's learning back in the actual workplace. We also run special projects to push boundaries on adult pedagogical innovation and research.
Collectively, our programmes, activities and special projects bring together different TAE stakeholders to Explore, Collaborate and Innovate
IAL is growing a strong track record in pedagogical innovation and research, with a sound reputation as the leading Training and Adult Education (TAE) institute in Singapore. To build on our research, IAL has plans to develop a research translation stream and create a common space for co-developing, trialing and experimentation by IAL and its partners. Our current projects include:
1. Leveraging Productive Failure (PF) for Adult Learning
The project calls on a select group of Adult Educators to co-develop a framework / toolbox / guideline on PF (Productive Failure) for Adult Learning through insights and findings from designing and trialing PF interventions in real learning environments. Interested participants will be selected based on the diversity required in the project.
2. Innovation Appetite and Readiness of Enterprises in Singapore
The objective of this study is to provide insights into the innovation landscape in Singapore by looking at each stage of the innovation-decision process, as well as additional relevant factors.
innovSeries comprises three competitive innovation grant initiatives - innovSpur, innovPlus and innovJam; two knowledge awareness platforms - innovLogue and innovBite; and a capability development initiatives specifically for Training Providers and Enterprises with Learning & Development (L&D) units - innovDev.
A new anchor programme of iN.LEARN 2.0, to support innovators in scaling up minimum viable products to the commercialization stage, that is ready for the L&D market. The successful applicant can receive a grant of up to $500,000 per project for up to a year. To learn more, click here.
A competitive learning innovation grant of up to $200,000 for winning organisations to develop an innovative, feasible and scalable prototype that advances CET practice and outcomes. innovPlus Challenge 2023 Run 1 is now open for participation. Click here for more information.
Click here to find the list of organisations that have participated in our past innovPlus challenge since 2016.
A programme that offers just the right help to build the kernel of an idea, test, iterate and validate it to transform it into a fully developed learning solution that could deepen skills and impact the way people learn and increase productivity.
innovJam 2022 is now on IMDA's Open Innovation Platform (OIP) and 3 L&D Challenge Themes have been identified. Click here to find out more (under Sector-Wide Challenges).
A programme sets out to bridge research and practice for better learning outcomes via a two-hour seminar and panel-led dialogue. Be inspired by specially invited gurus and expert practitioners and engage them in panel discussions and Q&A. For past innovLogue highlights, click here.
For upcoming innovLogue session, click here
A programme offering bite-sized learning on the topics that we find are important for individual trainers, someone who needs to engage audience online to enterprise stakeholders.
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Lithan Academy, a training provider, adopts innovative blended learning delivery. Wining the innovPlus propel Lthan Academy to prototype a learning solution, known as Virtual Mentor, giving intelligent interventions and mentoring support to enhance delivery outcomes and plug learning performance gaps.
Lithan Academy & Sambaash
innovPlus Challenge 2019 Winner
Matchub develop an AI-powered platform that matches talents with companies using an intelligent job matching algorithm that based on individual career aspirations, personality and soft skills.
innovJam Ideathon 2021 Winner
The Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA) is the primary educational and training facility of the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. SAA signed up for the InnovDev to have our course developers to work on transforming two proposed courses and to be the bridge connecting IAL’s consultant and SAA’s subject-matter experts (SMEs).
Singapore Aviation Academy
innovDev 2021 Grant Recipient