Learning Management System (LMS) for charities and non profits

Learning Management System for charities and non profits

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Designed by charities, for charities

We’ve enhanced Moodle LMS with direct feedback from our members. We’ve called it RoadMap as it’s so easy to navigate. It’s constantly updated and improved to offer features often found on similar products that cost ten times more!

Members are provided with ample training and support to help maintain their site. We also cover all the technical side of the setup and hosting, so there’s not need to get IT involved, unless you want to.


Our aim is to provide affordable training to charities and non profits

Intuitive layout

RoadMap is designed to be fully intuitive and easy to use. Course pathways can be created and assigned to different groups of learners, so it’s easy for them to navigate and complete content that is relevant to their job role. 

Track, engage and report

Our LMS allows you to easily track and report on your learners’ progress. You can quickly see who has completed courses, set deadlines and create reports. With RoadMap it’s easy to find out how many users need to finish a module, their score percentage and much more.


We’ve made it easy to customise and brand your learning environment. You’re not locked to pre-defined colour schemes and styles. You can make it completely your own so that if reflects your charity’s branding. We’ll show you how to easily upload custom banners, logos, pictures and more.

Activities & Resources

A course page can include videos, eLearning courses, PDFs, documents, feedback
tools, surveys, quizzes, work books, fact sheets, handouts, infographics, certificates,
badges and much more.

The Consortium is keen to ensure that its LMS and eLearning content work for your organisational context, and are readily available for support, training and feedback via phone or email.

Margarita Palmer-Stanelik
University of Southampton Students’ Union

Choosing the right LMS can be tricky! 

Here are five things you should consider when choosing an LMS:

1. Extra materials
Are there any extra materials, such as eBooks, white papers and marketing materials, that will help you with your learning strategy? When an organisation has lots of useful extras, it often shows two things; they are credible and they care about helping you.

2. Support team
Like with anything digital, it’s always reassuring to have technical support at your fingertips. Make sure you check that there is dedicated tech support at hand to swoop in and save the day if any complications arise.

3. Price
An LMS can be a pricey investment, albeit an essential one. Always ensure that you are getting your money’s worth with a cost-effective system. And keep an eye out for any pesky hidden charges!

4. Look beyond the LMS
What else comes in the package? Are there free events? Is there a forum that can give you advice when you feel stuck? Make sure that you receive a list of extra benefits so that you can make the best decision for your organisation.

5. Have you taken a test drive?
You’d never buy a car without test driving it first, right? So how can you fully understand what an LMS system has to offer without seeing it for yourself? Having a demo also offers the perfect opportunity to ask any questions that you may have.

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Our charity members seem to describe it better than we ever could. What would we do without them?!

Watch the video below to get a taste of what the Consortium has to offer…

eLearning use soars through lockdown

During coronavirus, use of the Charity Learning Consortium’s eLearning has soared – with more than a million learners online in the first week of lockdown alone. Our Head of Technology Josh Willcock, explains how he faced the challenge of a 350% surge in use.

eLearning helps keep England running during the pandemic

eLearning helps keep England running during the pandemicThe power of eLearning to deliver training where and when it's needed, and at speed and reach, has enabled St John Ambulance to meet some huge challenges posed by the Coronavirus pandemic. With the support from...

Rapid online induction

Gill Chester shares some hints and tips for creating a new style induction, superfast.

The LMS that has it all

Lou Guy developed such an impressive learning management system at the Teach First education charity that she won a Charity Learning Award for her work. We caught up with her before she left Teach First to join Baringa.

More from the Charity Learning Consortium


We host regular complimentary events for members. They include networking sessions, workshops, and much more.

eLearning and content

Membership gives you access to a whole host of eLearning courses for your staff and volunteers.

CL Consortium Ltd
Vine House, Selsley Road,
Stroud, GL5 5NN