A new approach to appraisals at WDP, the drug and alcohol charity, completely transformed the process and engaged staff. Created on a shoestring budget, the project won a silver Charity Learning Award 2016 for Best Use of Resources. It’s a great example of how you can...
With no budget, Victim Support’s learning and skills team used ingenuity to create a new data protection eLearning module in-house. With a clear focus on wanting to change behaviour, they showed a smart use of simple technology and supported management as they rolled out the new programme. Their holistic approach has had demonstrable results at Victim Support and went on to win the Charity Learning Award 2016 for the Best eLearning Programme.
Genesis is one of the largest housing associations in the country, with more than 100,000 people living in its homes. eLearning not only saves the housing association vital funds, it plays an integral role in supporting its 1,350 staff. Tashoy Ashley, Head of L&D at Genesis, explains why.
The Shaw Trust, the UK’s largest charity helping disabled and disadvantaged people into the workplace, has won a Charity Learning Award 2015 for its blended approach to supporting its clients.
Barnardo’s used a wide range of learning technologies to create an engaging self-directed learning programme for its fundraisers – creating a blueprint for future approaches to training at the children’s charity. Judges of the Charity Learning Awards 2014 were so impressed with the imaginative use of technology, they declared it the winner of the award for Most Effective Use of Moodle for Blended Learning.
Kyla Lacey-Davidson, Digital & Online Learning Officer at Stroke Association and the winner of a special Charity Learning Award, talks about the usefulness of Twitter, how social media has evolved organically at Stroke Association, and her desire to avoid the training ghetto…