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Collaborating to succeed

A digital approach to developing skills can help you save money but it’s collaboration that helps it succeed. 

Here’s Martin Baker talking about the basis of the Charity Learning Consortium: saving money and collaborating to succeed.

He was interviewed by Learning News at the Learning Technologies conference in London earlier this year. Here’s a quick snippet, but there will be more video footage to follow!

You can find out more about the benefits of collaborating with us on our website.

Or discover how Martin first started the Consortium, which has helped to transform learning in the charity sector, in this interview on TrainingZone.

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The Charity Learning Consortium hits 150+ members!

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