eLearning Articles & News
How do you ensure staff and volunteers have the essential skills they need to meet increasing demands when you only have a limited budget? At a seminar in March, Martin Baker, from the Charity Learning Consortium, and Andy Lancaster, from the CIPD, will explain how using learning technologies appeals to a modern workforce and helps to meet business goals.
HT2 and the Charity Learning Consortium have entered into a new partnership agreement to help bring the Open Source Learning Record Store, Learning Locker, to the third sector.
There are certain phrases you are unlikely to hear and one of those that springs to my mind is “please don’t put your mobile phone down, I’d love you to spend some more time using it.” The mobile device has become a much loved and/or much demonised instrument, I love it, and here’s why….
Engaging today’s online learner can be a tough task – when you’ve spent countless hours developing your content to the point where it’s ready for consumption, suddenly, you’ve got to figure out how your staff and volunteers will engage with it and put it to maximum use. Laura Overton reveals some helpful tips.
Elearning doesn’t have to be boring! The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2014 are proof that using technology as part of an imaginative, blended approach to L&D can save time and money – and inspire learners. Martin Baker, CEO of the Charity Learning Consortium, says it’s time to celebrate the positive benefits that learning technologies can bring.
Peter Cheese, CIPD Chief Executive, explains why volunteering can offer real solutions to developing employees and meeting skills gaps. He explains why volunteering offers so much more than just ticking the CSR box, and how the CIPD is supporting the future of L&D.
For an employee working a 35 hour week, 2.5% of their time equates to 52 minutes. So, instead of cash value, what about developing a learning value based on time?
It would be a mistake to say we know all the answers on how to make sure learning is most effective, but psychologists, and learning professionals, are uncovering more information about how we can increase that effectiveness. Lucy Standing, Head of Training at the Association for Business Psychology and founder of neuTrain, reveals more.
Perry Timms loves to ‘MOOC it’: he explains what they are, and how they’re going to change learning, forever…
A personal brand encompasses the ‘what’ and the ‘who’ – it’s not only what you bring to the table but who you are when you’re bringing it. It’s a mix of your values, drivers, reputation, behaviours, skills, strengths and image and it’s what makes you you.
Kirkpatrick Partners, a company dedicated to helping organisations become more effective through business partnership.
CIPD has joined the Charity Learning Consortium: collaborating with charitable organisations to make learning technologies more affordable and effective.