You’re invited to join the #1 charity L&D event

Wednesday 15th June 2022 | Glasgow

We are more than just an eLearning provider – every quarter we host complimentary events called members’ meetings. They are designed to bring HR, L&D and Training professionals from charities together to network, attend workshops and gain useful insights from our special guest speakers.

In June, we’re opening our doors to non-members as an opportunity to experience what the Consortium has to offer. As we have limited spaces, this opportunity is only for those considering membership.

What to expect on the day…

Case studies

Members of the Charity Learning Consortium will present their organisation’s learning and development journey. They will share their biggest challenges, their successes and the key points they learned along the way. 

Engaging sessions

We will be joined by subject-matter experts sharing their knowledge in topics such as induction design, boosting performance and much more. We’ve also teamed up with the Gathering (hosted by SCVO), and our afternoon session will be run there – just across the road.


Our biggest driver is connecting our members to one another, to share best practice, resources, and key ideas to make online learning a success within charities. At this event, network with like-minded L&D professionals within the third sector.

About the Charity Learning Consortium

We provide a fantastic online training offering, including eLearning and learning management system (LMS), to over 250 non profit organisations. Come along to this event to find out more about our offering and what it’s like to be a member of the Consortium.  

Date: Wednesday 15th June 2022

Location: Hilton Garden Inn Glasgow City Centre, Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, G3 8HN

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm

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