Video learning for charities

Clear Lessons is a free video learning library created by the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC).

It’s designed to share expertise with charities on a range of topics such as EDI, Leadership & Management, Fundraising, Volunteer Management, Workplace Wellbeing, ‘Going Digital’ and much more! All videos are bite sized and both animation and talking-head styles are included.

The videos are free to watch for all those working or volunteering in the UK charity sector. Start watching now or scroll down to find out more about the story behind Clear Lessons.

Coming soon… The EDI Series. Find out more here

VIDEOS

If you are working or volunteering in the UK charity sector then you can watch Clear Lessons videos for free. There are over 1,500 videos to choose from. All you have to do is click on the button below, sign up and start watching.

PROJECTS

We are always working on new projects to grow the Clear Lessons video library and keep it relevant. Current projects include EDI and Fundraising animations. Find out more and details on how you can get involved.

MORE FROM THE CLC

The Charity Learning Consortium offers a huge range of affordable learning solutions for nonprofits, including a fantastic LMS, an extensive eLearning library, and the option of a branded Clear Lessons site.

EDI

Any questions?

Charlotte, Clear Lessons Product Manager, is on hand to help with all your queries and questions. If you would like to be filmed, want to know more about the videos, or have ideas for  future topics then please get in touch.

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