You’re invited to join our next Members’ Meeting

Wednesday 18th May 2022

What is a Members’ Meeting?
In addition to a fantastic eLearning system, the Charity Learning Consortium provides members with regular complimentary events. These Members’ Meetings are packed with case studies, guest speakers, networking sessions and workshops, creating a brilliant opportunity to learn, discover and share. 

Why we would love for you to join us
We occasionally open up Members Meetings to non-members as an opportunity to experience what the Consortium has to offer. Not only will you get a valuable insight into our community of over 200 L&D professionals within the charity sector, you’ll also get to enjoy all of the thought-provoking sessions in the jam-packed agenda. We guarantee that you’ll leave feeling inspired! 

What to expect from the day
The day will kick off at 9:00am and will continue until 4pm. We understand that you might not be able to join for the whole day so you are welcome to pop in and out if needs be.

The theme is ‘Support’. It is more important than ever to support our teams while they are working remotely, furloughed or facing uncertainty.
With interactive sessions from industry leading speakers and opportunities to network with our 200 strong membership, this meeting is set to be a great one.

Speakers include:

  • Henry Stewart – Founder and Chief Happiness Officer at Happy Ltd on Creating a Happy Virtual Workplace
  • Jo Keeler – Managing Partner at Belbin on the Belbin model for supporting teams
  • Andrew New – Head of Education at St John Ambulance on using our learning management system in a crisis, to roll-out important training to its staff and volunteers.

    “I love coming to these events because I find out from other colleagues in charities what they’re doing and how they’re approaching some of the issues and challenges that they face”


    Liz Sheeran, RSPCA

    “It genuinely feels as though you’re part of something…it’s been my main source of networking with other professionals.

    Jane Meggison-Hill, Sport England

    “With the Charity Learning Consortium we really work in partnership, so it’s more than a client provider relationship


    Lou Guy, Teach First

    We're excited!








    Date: Thursday 25th March 2021

    Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm

    NB: This is a virtual event.
    Our events are usually face-to-face but due to the Covid-19 pandemic we are currently hosting all Members’ Meetings virtually. We are excited for you to join us online and get an insight into the brilliant Charity Learning Consortium community.

    Once you have submitted your booking, a member of our team will be in contact to confirm your place.

    Book your complimentary space today!

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