The Experience Lab is proud to have partnered with many organisations large and small to meet their learning and development goals.
From single events to long-term projects and ongoing partnerships, we pride ourselves on collaborating creatively with our valued clients to deliver highly distinctive and engaging programs.
The School of Occupational Therapy and Social work partnered with The Experience Lab to design and deliver a study into using experiential learning to increase student confidence before entering industry placements.
Roy Hill contracted The Experience Lab to cast and develop a series of training videos focussed on empowering positive behaviours in the workplace.
A week long lunch time program mixing workplace theatre, guest speakers, panel discussions and experiential workshops focussed on disability awareness and inclusive behaviours.
The Change Play
An interactive play introducing the move to Mia Yellagonga, and a new way of working in a more creative, collaborative and flexible environment.
Diversity & Inclusion Project
Several of our plays and training programs were selected by Western Power to be included on a panel of training programs in diversity and inclusion offered to individual teams within the organisation.
‘It’s a Woman’s Woman’s World’
The Experience Lab was approached to create an immersive play that would explore the challenges facing gender equality in the workplace.
We are proud to have worked with
Bayswater City of
Department of Treasury
Health Support Services
Health Department of
Joondalup City of
North Metro TAFE
Perth Childrens Hospital Foundation
Perth Childrens Hospital
Perth Symphony Orchestra
Pilbara Ports Authority
Stirling City of
UWA Business School AIM WA
WA Country Health Service
Uniting Care Wesr
WA Police Force
Winthrop Primary School
The interactive nature and participation through active play was must more effective . (I liked ) The inclusiveness and lack of judgment, humour and play, It emphasised the effectiveness of simplicity by removing the need to be perfect at something