and platforms that power
and future careers
across the US, Canada,
UK and Australia
Across the US, Canada,
UK, and Australia to
engage learners with
at large scale
& experiences for
Create inspiring experiences that build skills, careers and opportunity for learners
“This program was extremely beneficial! I was put on a team with amazing peers, gained insightful recommendations from my mentor, and had an amazing experience with our client in Australia… would definitely recommend it to a friend”
International Business student
“I really enjoyed the process cooperating with my team and was excited about the final result since it’s a real-world business case – you communicate with the real customer and receive real feedback. We felt our work had real value”
UNSW, Master of Commerce
“Job Smart has been my most remarkable experience at Uni. Feedback from industry mentors and additional supplementary resources both inspired and enabled me to reflect and develop my real world skills. I highly recommend Job Smart to future students!”
University of Sydney Masters of Professional Accounting
“I highly recommend the University of Sydney’s Job Smart and Global Scope project programs supported by Practera – I have gained some very valuable and practical experiences which helped secure an internship working for the CFO of a tech startup in Sydney.”
Master of Professional Accounting, University of Sydney Business School, Graduate 2019,
“Practera is exceptional for experiential learning; it provides multiple opportunities for external stakeholders to provide feedback and guidance to students in a classroom context. The analytics provide insight into understanding learning experience and team performance.”
Associate Professor James Wolfe
Boston University School of Public Health
“Practera was able to deliver gamified apps to help us scale our premier Job Smart employability program to thousands of students, promote learning and increase engagement.”
“Practera was the right platform for this flagship program, which is a highly applied, interdisciplinary and team based unit with strong industry engagement, feedback loops and project based collaboration.”
“Practera has helped us deliver an highly effective digital mentoring program to better develop student Nurse practitioner skills in communication, leadership and critical thinking, while reducing cost of Clinical Placement Support.”
Who uses Practera?
- Attract and retain students
- Enhance student employability
- Grow industry engagement
- Reduce costs and increase scale
- Upskill and reskill workers
- Identify and attract graduate talent
- Build customer and partner ecosystems
- Engage student project teams
Customisable platform to author, launch and manage experiential learning programs. DIY or onboarding services available.
The Practera platform
Robust learning design
Templates and authoring tools to create inspiring & impactful experiential learning programs
Engage learners and mentors systematically in project, learning & feedback loops
AI powered analytics and intervention tools improve cohort outcomes, saves time and lowers cost
King’s Business School
Delivered team-based consultancy projects to 50 employers and 300 students through an impactful and remote professional experience
LSE Skills Accelerator
Virtual employability programme designed to grow students’ professional skills and prepare them for the workplace through skill-based modules (Part 1 ) and real industry projects
Supporting internship ecosystems.
Includes school, community college
and Government NSF research projects.
3 week project program delivered to over
1800 students from 15 Victorian Universities
to over 600 industry clients and mentors with
a 92% student satisfaction rate.
Two week online project to 700 plus diverse
students completing over 18,000 hours
of international market research for
exporters with 95% industry satisfaction.
Short Form Industry Projects
2-week/25 hour virtual Summer consultancy projects for 200 SOAS College of Development Economics and Finance students and 30 organisations across policy, sustainability, international business with a focus on the Global South
Australian Project Networks
Includes 5 State Governments, 32 Universities
5500 students and 1000 employers.
88% of participant were willing to recommend.
92% of students improved employability skills.
Delivered to 9000 international students.
Grew participation by 700%.
Improved graduate employment by 300%.
Working together to power
public health projects with
NGO’s in 20 developing countries.
Skills credentialing & ePortfolio.
830 Australia Awards Indonesia Scholars
enrolled with 45% activity rate.
2500 students in curriculum
across 8 Universities.
Positive impact on 65% of
50% supervisor labour saving.
Improved student satisfaction &
Digital Industry Projects
1000 students per annum with
87% student satisfaction and
92% industry satisfaction.
Substantial cost saving.
In-Curricular Industry Program
Experiential Learning in Business Schools and beyond It was a pleasure to join Beau Leese, Wes Sonnenreich and Jane Hallett from Practera recently in London for a stimulating and enjoyable round table with colleagues from a number of UK university business schools. The event was framed with thought leadership from Kate Ross, Workforce Education and […]... Read More
Will the cart be leading the horse? Exploring the impact of measuring placement activity on university employability strategies
Will the cart be leading the horse? Exploring the impact of measuring placement activity on university employability strategies: The emphasis on OffVenueActivity (OVA) in the UK’s Higher Education Statistics Agency’s Data Futures model indicates a shift in focus on the role played by in-curriculum placements and other work-related activity that takes place away from campus. […]... Read More
Enhancing Skills Development in Work-Based Learning: A Vital Imperative for Higher Education Educators
Enhancing Skills Development in Work-Based Learning: A Vital Imperative for Higher Education Educators In today’s rapidly changing job market, the traditional model of higher education is facing a growing challenge. The demand for job-ready graduates with practical, real-world skills is rising. As a result, higher education institutions and educators must adapt their strategies to ensure […]... Read More