The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2016 are proof that little or no budget is no barrier to delivering innovative eLearning. Most of the winners had no resources to speak of, but came up with award winning solutions to the business challenges they faced. Their stories of success are an inspiration to all organisations, not just fellow charities.
On Thursday 22nd September we invited CLC members to join us in London for our quarterly meet-up. It was a day of sharing experiences, engaging workshops and plenty of updates on the exciting new developments we are working on for members.
A lot has changed at the Charity Learning Consortium!
Have a look at our fantastic new features and functionalities.
It was a great day at the Members’ Seminar on Thursday 23rd June, thank you to everyone who battled through the floods to get to us! We had some good sessions on summoning strengths, evaluation, learning strategy and creative compliance to name just a few.
The Charity Learning Consortium and Learning Heroes have joined forces to offer third sector staff and volunteers an engaging alternative to traditional eLearning.
It’s taken almost 1,000 hours, and a ton of biscuits, to create an easy to use, open source Hierarchies tool. Josh Willcock explains how one ‘little’ Moodle plugin is making a big difference to managers – as well as L&D practitioners’ – working lives.