The Charity Learning Consortium Open Day

17th March 2020, Glasgow

Come along to our complimentary event and discover how we can help transform your learning and development

This is a great opportunity for L&D professionals working in the third sector to see exactly what we do. You’ll hear about the benefits of joining the Charity Learning Consortium, and get lots of opportunities to network with peers who are facing similar challenges. Our theme in March is induction, so bring your successes, obstacles and ideas to the table to share and learn with us. We guarantee you’ll leave feeling inspired!

Date: Tuesday 17th March 2020

Time: 9:30am – 4:00pm

Location:  Hilton Garden Inn, Glasgow, G3 8HN

Book your complimentary space today

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Please read before booking your place: We have a limited amount of places available for the day. We’ll be in contact when we have received your booking.

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