Learn how to coach: Discounted eLearning for charities, in partnership with Coaching Culture

The Consortium has partnered with Coaching Culture to provide industry leading eLearning courses to the charity sector, at a discount.

It’s never been more important to encourage a coaching culture. After creating The little book of In-House Coaching, and talking with our members, it’s clear that there’s a real need for more coaching resources to support this. So we’re excited to announce a new partnership with Coaching Culture, to provide a charity discount to a library of award-winning eLearning and resources. This discount isn’t just for our members but for the charity sector as a whole, to enhance people’s coaching skills

The Charity Learning Consortium is a huge advocate of using coaching to support staff and volunteers. Our members have been on the lookout for high-quality eLearning and resources. They want to enable their workforces to have a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of coaching and, more importantly, be able to put these principles into practice. 

Find out more about this offer here

Coaching Culture’s bite-sized eLearning lessons cover all aspects of coaching, from an Introduction to Coaching, to Asking Powerful Questions and The Importance of Goal Setting. This virtual library of courses is available to buy and add now to your learning management system, for your staff to start upskilling as soon as you’re ready.

Coaching training has multiple benefits including: 

  • Increasing self confidence
  • Developing the potential of your employees
  • Improving work life balance
  • Supporting an overall sense of wellbeing

When buying this courseware, you’ll become part of our membership of over 200 charity learning and development professionals, gain access to our Members’ Meetings and events and will also receive regular resources and support from our team.

Some of our members are already using these courses and have given us great feedback. Find out more about this offering and register your interest here!

“It’s really modern content… the design of it, the look of it, the userbility is really good…it’s well written, it’s interactive and it’s easy to use”

Jane Meggison-Hill, Sport England

“Our mission is to give more people the capability to coach, and it’s really important to us that charities don’t miss out, “ explains Adam Kara, CEO, Coaching Culture. “That’s why the partnership between Coaching Culture and the Charity Learning Consortium is really important to us. It allows us to make our digital solutions available to charities at the best possible price. We’re really proud to be supporting organisations who have a social impact.” 

Remember: This offer is open to all charities, not just our members! We also have loads of free coaching resources available on the website here.


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