You’re invited to join our open day
Wednesday 18th May 2022 | London
We are more than just an eLearning provider – every quarter we host complimentary events for our members. These events are called members’ meetings and are designed to bring charities together to network, attend workshops and gain useful insights from our special guest speakers, all around learning and development.
In May, we’re opening our doors to non-members as an opportunity to experience what the Consortium has to offer.
Join over 100 L&D professionals in the third sector to discuss challenges and achievements
We will be joined by subject-matter experts sharing their knowledge in topics like coaching, induction and much more
Find out why our members love us. We guarantee that you'll leave feeling inspired!
Pain-free induction design workshop
Gill Chester from Little Man Project
How to create a learning plan for EDI
Nathan Nalla from Be the Riot
Seven steps to building a coaching culture
Jo Wright from Coaching Culture
What is a members’ meeting?
The Charity Learning Consortium provides a fantastic eLearning and LMS offering to over 200 non profit organisations. In addition to this, we offer regular complimentary events to our members. These members’ meetings are packed with case studies, guest speakers, networking sessions and workshops, creating a brilliant opportunity to learn, discover and share.
What to expect from the day
The day will kick off at 9:00am and will continue until 4pm. With interactive sessions from industry leading speakers and opportunities to network with over 100 non-profit learning professionals, this meeting is set to be a great one. Complimentary refreshments and lunch will be provided.
Date: Wednesday 18th May 2022
Location: Lord Suite, etc.venues, County Hall, Belvedere Rd, London SE1 7PB
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm
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