Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA)

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Ready to Drive Change and Transform into an Enterprise of the Future?


Applications for LEA 2023 is now open till 28 February 2023. To apply, get in touch with us and we will get back to you on the application process shortly:

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Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA)

An initiative under the Centre for Workplace Learning and Performance (CWLP), Learning Enterprise Alliance (LEA) is a knowledge network of curated enterprises, representing diverse industry sectors and profiles. As a LEA member, you have to be committed to using workplace learning for design of work and workplaces to promote continuous learning and performance within your organisation. 



Since its launch, we have welcomed about 100 enterprises into our LEA network. Join us and be part of the growing network!

View news coverage on our LEA initiative below:
Channel News Asia
Straits Times (LEA2021)
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Straits Times on Employee-Driven Innovation

LEA Partners and Advocates for Workplace Transformation

List of LEA Members

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Workplace Transformation Projects Undertaken by LEA Members

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Employee Professionalisation

Enhancement of employee productivity and performance

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Operational Efficiency

Improvement in operational processes for seamless work

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Job Redesign

Provision of opportunities to upskill and reskill employees for growth in organisation

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Digitalisation & Automation

Adoption of technologies - resulting in cost and time savings

Why Should You Consider LEA for Your Workplace Transformation?

LEA members are recognised as enterprises that are committed to using workplace learning for design of work and workplaces to promote continuous learning and performance. As an enterprise advocate, you will:

  • For SMEs: Receive funding support of up to 90% of eligible consultancy costs or S$13,500 (whichever is lower) to jumpstart workplace learning transformation projects.
  • For non-SMEs: Receive funding support of up to 70% of eligible consultancy costs or S$10,500 (whichever is lower) to jumpstart workplace learning transformation projects.
  • Receive exclusive invitations to participate in corporate Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programmes, one example being the Speakers’ Series, as well as Learning Journeys to keep abreast with the latest trends and developments.

How Can We Help Your Enterprise Embark on LEA Projects?

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WPL Toolkits
WPL Framework
WPL Consultancy

What Is The Eligibility Criteria To Join LEA?

You and your team will have to be committed to advancing workplace learning, and contributing to the LEA’s efforts. You will have to meet the following criteria:

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Senior Management is committed to contribute to the LEA knowledge exchange.
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Enterprise undertakes a 6 - 9 months performance improvement project.
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Enterprise has at least 25 employees.
*Do note that grants are only applicable to SMEs and Non-SMEs in Singapore. Small Medium Enterprises (SME) in Singapore are defined as companies with at least 30% local shareholding, with group annual sales turnover of less than SGD100 million OR group employment size of not more than 200 workers.