Focusing on organisational development is unusual in the charity sector. Kris Medlang explains why it’s become the foundation of a dynamic new approach, to help Shelter face the housing crisis.
eLearning helps keep England running during the pandemicThe power of eLearning to deliver training where and when it's needed, and at speed and reach, has enabled St John Ambulance to meet some huge challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic. With the support from...
eLearning has proved invaluable in the rush to upskill both staff and volunteers in the coronavirus pandemic, enabling St John Ambulance Cymru to support the NHS at this critical time.
Charity L&D professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support their staff through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands there are some silver linings too, with great examples of fast, innovative thinking. Here’s how members of the Consortium are solving some of the challenges of supporting staff through a pandemic.
A peer education programme at Girlguiding, developed with young volunteers, is a fantastic example of just what can be achieved by involving stakeholders in the design and delivery of a unique blended programme.
Training at saha was based on one-off ‘firework’ events, with little long term impact, when Paul Hodgkinson joined to oversee learning and development in 2019. Find out how he quickly transformed learning to a far more sustainable, self directed ‘slow burn’.