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Janine Edwards from the FSI outlines the key skills challenges facing the charity sector and suggests ways to address them.
Examples of charity L&D success can remind us, reveal to us and recharge us for the year ahead says Perry Timms. So what are you waiting for? Get scavenging and get ready to copy some great ideas!
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.
The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2016 reveal their secrets to creating and using eLearning and learning technologies.
Kibble, one of the oldest charities in Scotland, won the Charity Learning Award 2016 for Best eLearning module design for creating a simple but engaging virtual tour of their campus, mainly using resources they already had to hand. We caught up with Marie Duncan, Kibble’s Learning and Development Manager, to find out the secrets to her team’s success.
Gill Chester of Little Man Project reveals her secret seven – a list of free or affordable web resources to inspire and support eLearning creation.
The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2016 are proof that little or no budget is no barrier to delivering innovative eLearning. Most of the winners had no resources to speak of, but came up with award winning solutions to the business challenges they faced. Their stories of success are an inspiration to all organisations, not just fellow charities.
On Thursday 22nd September we invited CLC members to join us in London for our quarterly meet-up. It was a day of sharing experiences, engaging workshops and plenty of updates on the exciting new developments we are working on for members.