Charity L&D professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support their staff through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands there are some silver linings too, with great examples of fast, innovative thinking. Here’s how members of the Consortium are solving some of the challenges of supporting staff through a pandemic.
A password is a key to logging into websites and accounts. If you consider quite how many websites you have signed into over the last 10 years the average person can quickly have 130 active accounts.
A peer education programme at Girlguiding, developed with young volunteers, is a fantastic example of just what can be achieved by involving stakeholders in the design and delivery of a unique blended programme.
Have a read of the first edition of The Charity Learning Times!
We are so glad that we can work from home and continue to provide the same service to our charity members. Thank you to everyone who is on the frontline and helping those who need it most during this difficult time. We made a little video to let you know that we’re still here and it’s business as usual!
A new approach to collaboration in ScotlandWe have more Consortium members in Scotland than ever before, and have big plans for supporting them.As a first step, we’ve formed a steering group to help tailor our events to the challenges that members in Scotland face....