The annual Charity Learning Awards prove yet again that lack of budget and resources is no barrier to transforming learning and development. Read on to find out how this year’s winners have succeeded with a ‘can do’ attitude.
Ten new modules aimed at encouraging diversity and inclusion in the workforce, alongside a wide range of modules in cybersecurity, are a welcome addition to the Consortium’s extensive eLearning suite.
Martin Baker, founder and CEO of the Charity Learning Consortium; Michelle Parry-Slater, L&D Director at Kairos Modern Learning and Lead Volunteer for L&D at Girlguiding; and Colin Steed, founder of LNTV are working together on the new series.
Voluntary sector organisations get a discount to Liggy Webb’s popular BiteSized Book series when they order them through the Consortium*.
Several members of the Charity Learning Consortium have been shortlisted for the Training Journal Awards, proving that you can achieve success with learning and development despite a restricted budget.
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