On Thursday 22nd September 2016 we invited CLC members to join us in London for our quarterly meet-up. It was a day of sharing experiences, engaging workshops and plenty of updates on the exciting new developments we are working on for members.
A huge thank you to Laura Overton, Towards Maturity; Rokas Buciunas, Restless Development; Issy Nancarrow, Campaign Learning; Hesketh Emden, proInsight; and Vince Whittle, Performance Edge Ltd for bringing us valuable presentations and fab tips to make use of back in the workplace.
You can also read the main takeaways as written by Ryan at Nancarrow Partnerships here…
Resources from the day
Member Presentation: Restless Development
Rokas Buciunas, People & Performance Coordinator at Restless Development, shared his journey to launch eLearning across the globe with limited resources. The session focused on four tangible tips for its successful implementation. I think we can all agree that Rokas and his team of global learning superheroes were inspirational and the presentation provided a lot of food for thought.
>> View the slides here
Martin Baker, the Consortium’s founder, gave a general update and reached out to ask what platform members would like as a community space online. Could it be a closed group on either Facebook or LinkedIn? If you have any further thoughts on this let us know by emailing email@example.com. We understand that it needs to be as slick and straight forward as possible so please do feedback.
Martin also shared an example of the new Jenison courseware which has been put together using VideoScribe. The results are short and engaging, 3-5 minute videos, covering key compliance topics. We look forward to hearing more as and when they are released.
Upcoming titles include: Health & Safety; Equality & Diversity; Data Protection; Social and Corporate Responsibilities; and Food Safety & Hygiene. Ask your account manager to see the full list of titles.
Something else that you’re looking for? We would love your feedback so please let your account manager know if there are additional topics you require.
The 70:20:10 Practitioner programme starts on Monday 31st October and we still have a handful of places left – special charity discount available. Created by Charles Jennings, this four-week virtual programme includes weekly facilitated online sessions every Monday lunch-time. The additional learning can be done at a time to suit you, using a Curatr online learning platform. Those who complete the programme receive an ILM certificate of attainment. Registered UK charities receive a £200pp discount making the programme just £549pp+VAT. If you would like to find out more and book a place call us on 08451 707 700 or visit www.702010practitioner.com.
Workshop: Creating a learning culture
Laura encouraged members to turn into journalists to discover what is required to support managers in building a learning culture. The session had plenty of chatter and Laura has kindly compiled the resulting member notes into her slides.
Workshop: Putting the punch into engagement
Issy Nancarrow from Campaign Learning hosted a fantastic workshop on engaging learners using marketing techniques. She got the room thinking about every point of contact we have with our end users and shared ways in which we can truly utilise those opportunities’. Take a look at Issy’s FLAG model in the article linked below. Issy also mentioned the very powerful Kirkpatrick® model, and if you’re not familiar you can learn more in a webinar recording we hosted a while back.
>>> Read more from Issy on engagement and the FLAG model
>>> Watch the Kirkpatrick® webinar recording here
Workshop: Talking transformation
Hesketh Emden and Vince Whittle spoke about the power of meaningful conversations and the kind of impact they can have in the workplace, if done in the right way. They also shared how assumptions can affect what we see and hear.
>>> Download the Do’s and Dont’s of difficult conversations from the Toolkit for Managers
OMBEA Voting System – Paul Jenner gave a speedy presentation of the OMBEA voting system which we used on the day. This set is available for CLC members to try out. The system includes 50 keypads and 200 online app voting licenses. If you are interested in purchasing your own OMBEA set, contact firstname.lastname@example.org quoting ‘Charity Learning Consortium’ for a demo and referral discount.
CLC Induction Template – Gill Chester from Little Man Project introduced the new CLC Induction Template, demonstrating how it can be used to create a smart and customised induction programme. This template is now available, and it’s free! If you would like a copy please contact your account manager. As mentioned in the session, the template does require a basic understanding of Articulate Storyline but once you have this, the slides included within the template explain what to do. You can also purchase some training time with Gill to get up to speed and use the template yourself – this will stand you in good stead for any future courseware creation using Storyline. Gill also hosts a free ‘Storyline Ask the Expert’ session every other Friday – talk to your account manager for more information.
GivebackUK Video Resources – The GivebackUK platform is now live and ready to use. This fabulous resource is easy to register on and contains hundreds of videos to inspire your staff and volunteers. As mentioned in the session, only CLC members will have the ability to manage content and create playlists which is a great bonus as you will be able to schedule content to send out to your users. To register and start viewing content, visit https://givebackuk.tv/register.
RoadMap – Josh Willcock gave an update on the developments in RoadMap and answered questions from members. You can find the RoadMap Q&A document here. Training sessions are available as follow:
Friday 30th September at 11am – Josh Willcock
Tuesday 4th October at 11am – Tim Pattison
To book onto the training please register through your account manager.
If you would like to join the priority list to move over to RoadMap, or you would like to register for the training sessions please talk to your account manager. Alternatively email email@example.com.