Following over 15 years of bringing learning to life, Jude and the team at Reality Learning launched our new brand and website last night to encapsulate the organisation’s ongoing commitment to bring about change when it’s needed most. 

This effort was driven Jude’s daughter and not-for-profit strategic communications  advisor, Emma Lang of Effortless Communications, in collaboration with community-driven Irish-based brand and art designer, Tree Burns.

The brand refresh and new website help to encapsulate Jude and Reality Learning’s long history of delivering allied health training to First Nations communities in remote and regional North QLD in 2001, through to the team’s ongoing vision shift perspectives when it’s needed most. 

As an early adopter of co-designing training to increase uptake among diverse groups, and offering the first eLearning programs to be championed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in regional Australia, Reality Learning remains one of Australia’s leading immersive learning providers providing for-purpose organisations with trusted support. 

Working most recently with healthAbility on integrating gender-equality practices in antenatal and postnatal services; Australian Business Volunteers on promoting community-led disaster resilience and recovery; and for the second year, RMIT Europe on up-skilling urban design professionals globally to build sustainable and inclusive cities.

Our small team working across Sydney, Melbourne and Athens, continue to work through time zones, managing remote filming of experts across the world, and delivering insights on immersive and interactive learning to for-purpose organisations when they need change most. 

We look forward to continue sharing this work, bringing intuitive learning solutions to life, and being an ongoing immersive learning champion for organisation’s across Australia, Europe and Asia.