Blended learning hub
Blended solutions provide the flexibility you need to meet the requirements of modern learners and increasingly complex performance challenges. When you blend, you combine a variety of different approaches so that you’re always using the most efficient and effective technique at every stage in your solution. Below are resources to help you do just that.
The little book of Blended Learning
A blended programme is a series of learning interventions using a range of delivery styles, methods and mediums to create one coherent whole. Using a blend is an incredibly powerful way to take your learning strategy to the next level. Whether you’re just starting out or want to improve your strategy, this little book will give you lots of ideas to achieve blended learning success.
“Blended Learning is a mindset. You don’t need a big budget but you do need a creative, ‘let’s do this’ attitude”
Materials to support you
A case study from Leeds University Union on Inclusion
Using learning pathways to launch a blended leadership programme at RSPCA
Pam Pappenheim shares her approach to using learning pathways to create a leadership programme at RSPCA, using eLearning and video learning as part of a blend.
How to meet accessibility regulations in your eLearning content
Susi Miller clarifies the legal requirements for creating eLearning that’s accessible, with some key tips to help.
Digital sustainability: Creating courses that can stand the test of time
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.
Top tips to support managers facilitating hybrid teams
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.
It’s all in the blend – Blended Learning – The Charity Learning Consortium
Rachel Winfield explains how eLearning has helped create engaging, blended learning experiences at Leeds University Union.
Blended learning with no regrets
After 10 years refining blended learning, Clive Shepherd has come up with the perfect four steps to success, beautifully abbreviated as P.I.A.F. Follow these and you’ll have brilliant blended learning, and no regrets…
10 reasons why charities should be using eLearning
There are hundreds of reasons why charities should be using eLearning but we’ve whittled it down to our top 10.
Our white paper looks at the great things that can happen when charities incorporate eLearning into their training mix from some of our members, including the likes of Shelter, St John Ambulance, Cymru and Cats Protection.
It’s a great resource to support a case towards your eLearning journey or to enhance the investment you’ve already made.
What the Charity Learning Consortium offers:
Learning Management System
We provide members with an online platform to host all content and track learner progress.
eLearning and content
Membership gives you access to a whole host of eLearning courses for your staff and volunteers.
Bite-sized video learning
Our video library has over 1,500 videos, covering a whole range of topics including Fundraising, Volunteering and EDI.
We host regular complimentary events for members. They include networking sessions, workshops, and much more. We occasionally open these events up to non-members.
Our friendly team is on hand to support you. Members get a dedicated account manager, who will help them with everything from set up to learning strategy.
We go the extra mile when it comes to supporting charities with bonus resources. The little book series is just a snippet of the extras that we provide.
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