eLearning Articles & News
Collaboration is at the heart of a piece of eLearning provided especially by the Charity Learning Consortium, which outlines the key responsibilities of the Mental Capacity Act.
During coronavirus, use of the Charity Learning Consortium’s eLearning has soared – with more than a million learners online in the first week of lockdown alone. Our Head of Technology Josh Willcock, explains how he faced the challenge of a 350% surge in use.
With 426 million users on LinkedIn alone, social networking platforms are an increasingly popular career tool. Gill Thackray shares her tips on how to virtually connect with peers, potential employers, new opportunities and clients.
Matt Somers shares his handy traffic light system to help you get around reticence and iron out misconceptions about coaching.
Tim Drewitt interviewed 10 charity learning practitioners to find out how they’re successfully using eLearning.
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Focusing on organisational development is unusual in the charity sector. Kris Medlang explains why it’s become the foundation of a dynamic new approach, to help Shelter face the housing crisis.
Coaching is a real buzz word in learning but what does a coach really do? Matt Somers explains what coaching can help you achieve.
Harri Savage shares her three top tips to successful learner engagement.
Liggy Webb shares her suggestions for coping with stress and anxiety in these unprecedented times.
Charity L&D professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support their staff through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands there are some silver linings too, with great examples of fast, innovative thinking. Here’s how members of the Consortium are solving some of the challenges of supporting staff through a pandemic.
A password is a key to logging into websites and accounts. If you consider quite how many websites you have signed into over the last 10 years the average person can quickly have 130 active accounts.