Laura Mustoe, the Training Manager at Welsh homeless charity Llamau, explains the benefits of learning pathways and shares her tips for creating them.
Susan Strain explains the success of eLearning at Common Thread Group.
Leanne Long and Jacquelyn Udeh explain how they’ve taken a step by step approach to EDI at World Vision UK.
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.
During the Covid pandemic, St John Ambulance had to rapidly rethink traditional learning and development, embracing eLearning and innovating like never before.
Stacie Lloyd, L&D Manager at RVS, discusses the challenges she faced and overcame when training 750,000 NHS Volunteers during the pandemic.
Training at the British Pregnancy Advisory Service has been transformed from classroom based to a blended approach which people love. This dynamic new way of learning has seen the charity save money whilst increasing the scale and reach of training.
Peter Jones explains how face to face training has been transformed at Stroke Association, using a variety of techniques to make eLearning active and engaging.
St John Ambulance – a valued member of the Charity Learning Consortium – has won a prestigious award for its training programme to upskill thousands of volunteers to help during the pandemic.
Tom Boyesen-Corballis, Digital Learning Manager, has created hundreds of videos and animations for The Prince’s Trust. He explains why they work so well and shares his hints and tips for creating them.
Coaching is an accepted part of leadership and management at Diabetes UK, weaving through development programmes and one to ones.
Richard Bragg explains how a simple approach to coaching is transforming management at Scope, reinvigorating the organisation so they’re fit to fight for equality for disabled people.