Learning to Be Better

LEXXER works to provide innovative, quality practical training solutions. We work in partnership with training providers employers and education experts in the private and public sector to provide a range of training services. From course development and assessment consultancy to training provision and delivery we draw on the knowledge of those who have worked in commercial and community training environments. Through our work with charities, causes and community based groups and through public and private partnerships, we improve the experience of learners worldwide.

LEXERCISE focuses on delivering training which is practical and sector specific as part of the wider LEXXER Dx3 Programme. The dissemination of knowledge is a key priority for LEXXER as we work with academics, researchers and others who posess a particular knowledge and wise to disseminate or commercialise it.  Our knowledge based approach ensures our practice is evidence-based and supports our commitment to excellence in training.

We provide a holistic service which reaches from helping organisations or companies source or develop their own employee training to delivering that locally and internationally. Our particular area of interest is community education in post conflict societies where we take the best of practice and knowledge from the Northern Ireland context and deliver it internationally.

Our Public Affairs Team at LEX REX works together with training providers to influence and shape policy. These knowledge based interventions are matched by expertise in programme and project management and logistics, often in challenging circumstances. We have worked extensively providing training in a community setting in post-conflict contexts such as Northern Ireland and the Middle East.

LEXERCISE also works with those who require education provision as we develop courses and materials working with both the LEXUCATION and LEXIT teams to provide a full range of services.

LEXERCISE - Getting Fit for Purpose

The LEXXER concept incorporates a multi-disciplinary process, which builds upon and connects up work from separate areas in a way that generates new perspectives, fresh insights and innovative methodologies which expand and refine knowledge of a particular problem providing effective solutions.

The D×3 Process integrates the Discovery, Development and Dissemination of Knowledge and the last aspect is what has inspired our LEXXER Training or LEXERCISE Programme.

We promote Training using  :-



Our programmes provide education services from curriculum and materials design to postgraduate teaching delivery.
A range of education initiatives and supporting materials aimed an individuals, organisations, communities and companies.
From sourcing traditional courses and real time lecturers and teachers to on-line learning services.
Our knowledge covers policy and strategy down to implementation and delivery,.
Our passion for knowledge provision leads to innovative ideas and effective methods.
We pioneer initiatives to take education from post-graduate level to essential skills into communities and workplaces.


Some of the range of knowledge brokerage opportunities where we have worked with clients to provide support, services and solutions.



Unlocking the Power of Knowledge

Knowledge brokering offers you an analogous capability. This is simply taking an idea, or process or piece of knowledge from one area or sector and applying it to another, by analogy we reach a new solution. These connections are made by our team of knowledge brokers—who create the space and time for an exchange of knowledge which combines the external ideas with internal ones to improve your business processes.

At LEXXER we wish to take  international best practice and apply it to Northern Ireland in order to develop it as a world leading Knowledge Economy. While some sectors like engineering, bio-technology and IT are already quite well advanced with important partnerships between business and local universities, others have yet to discover the potential.

Therefore we wish to focus on what is known as the Third Sector – community and voluntary groups charities and not for profit organisations, which is well developed and has achieved much in the wake of recent conflict, however decades of accumulated knowledge and experience is often lost when projects stop, funding is not secured or staff move on.