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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. A training investment of £5,000 has so far saved an impressive £80,000, and that amount grows with every eLearning course they create. This great example of ‘thinking outside of the box’ really impressed the judges of the Charity Learning Awards, who declared Hanover a worthy winner of the award for ‘Amazing Use of Resources’.
Liggy Webb is kindly inviting members of the Consortium to a free taster session in Modern Life Skills. The next complimentary morning taster sessions will be running on Friday 15 November; Friday 6 December; Monday 20 January; Friday 21 February and Thursday 6 March.
Robin Hoyle has some smart tips for writing a ‘Strategy on One Page’, an essential tool to support you, so you can focus on the really important work…
Our new partnership provides an even greater choice of courseware for Members – and even more reasons to join us!
Kibble is Scotland’s national specialist provider of services for young people. One of Scotland’s oldest charities, and today a leading social enterprise. It provides training for around 500 staff and 40 volunteers at three different sites. Read on to find out more from Fiona Sinclair, Employment Support Service Manager at Kibble.
The National Trust for Scotland is a conservation charity helping to conserve and promote Scotland’s heritage. The Trust employs 1,000 members of staff and more than 3,000 volunteers who give their time and expertise to the Trust. Read on to find out more from Joanna Fairweather, People Development Adviser at the National Trust for Scotland.