Paul Hodgkinson from SAHA created a learning and development strategy in just eight weeks.
Cats Protection has been shortlisted for a Training Journal Award, after turning a highly successful face-to-face Volunteer Champions Programme into an innovative online experience.
Learning and development at Royal Voluntary Service has been transformed into a vibrant, dynamic offering.
eLearning has gone from strength to strength at the RSPCA, a valued member of the Charity Learning Consortium for the last 10 years.
Michelle Coates has transformed Induction at World Vision UK, creating bespoke videos as part of an engaging blended programme.
Learning and Development Advisor Margarita Stanelik explains how she overcame several challenges to create a hugely successful project management development programme.
Spotlight on GDPR training at SSAFALouisa Antoine explains how the L&D team at SSAFA tackled GDPR Louisa Antoine explains how the L&D team at SSAFA created their first eLearning course, to meet looming deadlines for GDPR training. She shares the...
Patrycja Nykiel and Philippa Reed had a three year plan to roll out eLearning at Compassion in World Farming, but as demands changed around them they had to a sudden rethink.
Doreen Miller from SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has launched eLearning at several organisations in her career. One of the founding members of the Charity Learning Consortium, she shares her top tips for eLearning success.
Eleanor MacKenzie, L&D Professional of the Year 2018, explains how she has achieved such amazing engagement with eLearning.
Lou Guy developed such an impressive learning management system at the Teach First education charity that she won a Charity Learning Award for her work. We caught up with her before she left Teach First to join Baringa.
Collaboration: It's all about trust Phil Maynard, the Top Community Contributor in the Charity Learning Awards, says great collaboration means making yourself vulnerable, and that takes trust. Read on for his advice on making the most of collaboration. What have been...