eLearning Articles & News
Independent research by Towards Maturity launched at the CIPD L&D show reveals that when it comes to innovative learning, charities are championing the use of learning technologies, often beating their corporate and public sector counterparts in the benefits they are reaping
Here are some practical pointers for project managers on how to ensure any project’s success…. Taken from the Toolkit for Managers, it’s a great example of the content you’ll find in the online toolkit – used by more than a million managers to help them face their everyday challenges.
Hanover Housing Association’s L&D team wanted bespoke eLearning, but couldn’t afford the hefty price tag – so they trained themselves in instructional design instead.
Robin Hoyle believes that it’s time to challenge some long-held beliefs about older workers. He’ll be giving practical hints and tips on how to support ‘grey talent’ in a free, knowledge sharing webinar.
The over 50’s make up a third of the UK’s workforce, but are the least likely to be offered training. Yet research shows that you can indeed ‘teach an old dog new tricks’. Isn’t it time to rethink your L&D policy for older workers & volunteers, asks Robin Hoyle?
Charity L&D professionals are often faced with an uphill task – with small teams, little or no budget for L&D, outdated technology and staff in several locations. They face these challenges with creativity, passion and a spirit of collaboration, making ‘less’ really achieve ‘more’. This evening, the Charity Learning Awards 2013 celebrated the commitment, innovation and achievements of L&D professionals working in the sector. Find out who went away with an Award.