eLearning Articles & News
An agile approach at Family Fund was essential for quickly replacing face to face training with eLearning for families that the charity supports. Perry Timms explains how the small project team at the charity embraced agile principles to quickly roll out effective online learning.
Annabelle Price explains why eLearning is a great option for cash strapped charitable organisations that might have small learning and development teams.
Josh Willcock explains why thinking about sustainable eLearning design from the start can save hours of work in the future. He shares his top tips for future proofing when designing eLearning courses.
Develop your charity's leadership skills with St John Ambulance apprenticeshipsMembers of the Charity Learning Consortium have a golden opportunity to be the first to offer leadership apprenticeships with St John Ambulance Leadership is one of the biggest skill...
Stacie Lloyd, L&D Manager at RVS, discusses the challenges she faced and overcame when training 750,000 NHS Volunteers during the pandemic.
Hybrid working, based on flexible working patterns, can split teams. Victoria Brown explains how L&D and HR practitioners can support managers to hold their teams together.
Andrew Jacobs reveals the best podcasts to help you develop as a learning practitioner.
Lucy Wood shares her tips for making workplaces more inclusive for disabled people, and explains why homeworking should become a long term option.
Are you looking for effective eLearning to help support your staff and volunteers? eLearning saves time and money and has been invaluable during uncertain times.
Matt Somers explains why instruction can backfire, and why coaching people to work out solutions for themselves trumps direction.
Questions are at the heart of good coaching conversations and the type of questions you ask shapes the outcome you get. Read top tips for framing coaching questions to get the best results.
We provide so much more than just eLearning for our 200+ members. Here’s a guide to the perks of being a Charity Learning Consortium member, compiled by Annabelle Price.