Our Most Recent Flag Ship Project

Drawing from our extensive research experience in cognitive skills enhancement, we developed the Neuro-Ludus brain training game by applying important discoveries in neuroplasticity to gaming and mobile technology. Neuro-Ludus is our latest flagship project which is designed to enable youth and adults to enhance their analytical/information processing skills and learn more effectively. The research and development of Neuro-Ludus were funded by the Government of Canada, Office of Literacy and Essential Skills.

The Neuro-Ludus English/French apps are FREE from: iTunes , Google Play and online: http://www.neuroludus.com

An animated video demonstration of Neuro-Ludus is accessible from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAYN0xTfihM

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Research and Development


Developing Occupational Standards


Developing brain training apps


Qualitative and Quantitative Research

What We Offer


Compétences/Skills R&D Inc. conducts applied and policy research and development projects related to skills development for several national and international agencies.

To provide ethical, valid, reliable and thrustworthy research and development services to assist our clients to make objective and evidence-based decisions.

Quality control and quality assurance. Ethics and integrity. Sustainable development. Entrepreneurship. Human perfectibility. Engineering human performance. Continous improvement. System thinking.

  • Engagement in Research 70%
  • Engagement in Development 30%
  • Engagement in Innovations 80%

Our Pillars of Human development

Learning to be

Learning to do


Learning to learn

Learning to live together

Engineering Worthy Human Performance Through Research, Development and Innovation

Our Focus

Compétences/Skills R&D Inc. has conducted several applied and policy research and development work related to skills development for several national and international agencies.

Our National Client Mix

National Clients:

Government of Canada, Human Resources and Skills Development,

Government of Canada, Office of Literacy and Essential Skills,

Government of Canada, Trades & Apprenticeship, Employment and Social Development

Provincial Governments


School districts


Our International Client Mix

Our International Clients

Commonwealth of Learning (COL)

International Labour Organization (ILO)

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

UNESCO-UNEVOC Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training

UNESCO International Institute for Technology in Education

UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Government of Mauritius

Our Key Stakeholders Engagements

In delivery of its services, Compétences/Sill R&D Inc. works with a wide variety of keyskateholders, including:

Canadian Government

Provincial and Territorial Governments

Sector Councils

Employers and employers associations

Labour organizations

Educational and training institutions

Educators and trainers

Youth and adult learners

International agencies


Education and Training for economic development

We embraced a definition of  sustainable development as “meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”

We know from experience that to merely have the opportunity to be in the presence of an educational or training environment does not necessarily lead to successful learning. To prevent youth and adult learners from being left behind due to cognitive skill gaps, education must not only be physically accessible to all, but must also be cognitively or intellectually within the reach of all.

Education and training for poverty alleviation, social adhesion and social cohesion

The principle of sustainable development calls for an integrated approach to recognizing the interdependence and interconnectedness between environmental, social, economic and global considerations.

We believe that significant improvement in human performance can be achieved by focussing on conditions of learning that are internal to the learners rather than the external conditions

Education and training for decent work

Workers will require new ways of thinking, new attitudes and skills to be able to contribute to the achievement of the goals of sustainable development.

Recent brain research focused on neuroplasticity has demonstrated that the brain is “soft-wired” and can be modified with proper training and experience. This very important discovery has paved the way for innovative approaches to develop and enhance human cognitive skills

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