A group of committed individuals at NDCS made a sound business case for eLearning within the organisation. Their efforts paid off, and by focusing on evaluation and clear evidence-based reporting of two pilot projects, they achieved their aim of organisation-wide implementation. Judges in the Charity Learning Awards 2013 were particularly impressed with this planned approach, which set foundations for success and NDCS were declared worthy winners of the award for Organisational Buy-In.
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.
Royal Voluntary Service, the national charity aiming to ‘Make Britain a great place to grow old’, has scooped the Charity Learning Award for ‘getting started or restarted on its eLearning journey’. Royal Voluntary Service impressed with its professional, focused approach to launching, evaluating and assessing the impact of its eLearning programme throughout the organisation.
At the Aldingbourne Trust, a West Sussex based enterprising charity which supports adults with learning disabilities, eLearning isn’t just saving valuable charity resources, it’s also directly helping to engage and retain staff. Declaring the Trust a winner of a top Charity Learning Award 2012, judges said they were particularly impressed with the impact of eLearning on staff motivation.