iAM Learning

Transform the way your workforce trains and retains

We are excited to announce that our members can now access the brand new eLearning content library from iAM Learning. 

iAM Learning is an IOSH approved training provider and courses are CPD certified. The content enhances the learning experience by using daring animated explainer content that’s engaging, vibrant and authentic.

The approach to content creation is different; no more endless PowerPoints that you can’t wait to skip through. They use the art of storytelling to bring content to life and engage learners throughout their bitesize courses. 

Here are just a few reasons why iAM Learning is different…
  • The content is high-end animation and everything that features in the courses is hand-drawn (the Chief of Design is ex-Dreamworks)
  • Instructional design is highly valued – so much so that learners actually want to take the courses
  • The learning is bitesize and on average no more than 15 minutes
  • The power of storytelling is used to hook learners in from the very start
  • The content is bright, fun, engaging, and conversational. It’s also CPD certified


iAM Learning use high-end animation, likeable characters and captivating stories to make even the most serious subjects appealing and unforgettable. Collections include:

  • Health & Safety
  • Policy & Compliance
  • Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Cyber Security
  • Leadership skills

Take a sneak peak at what some of the courses have to offer, or watch their full collection by clicking the button below

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Free resources from the CIPD

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Five steps to learner engagement

How do you rollout a new training programme for an essential organisational process when the staff are reluctant to participate? Find out how Eleanor MacKenzie, from The Church of Scotland, overcame this challenge to engage staff


Effective online induction at The Action Group

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Great quality eLearning for charities at reduced price

A partnership between The Access Group and the Charity Learning Consortium is supporting the skills needs of the third sector.

Six top tips for delivering mandatory training

Deborah Miller, from the Welsh charity Llamau, explains how to engage learners with compulsory training.

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