Video learning hub
Video provides an amazing opportunity to create meaningful, effective and engaging learning content. By following these really helpful and simple processes and tips in this book, you’ll be hitting ‘fast forward’ on your understanding of video creation, and be well on your way to creating content that you can be proud of.
The little book of Video Learning
Video provides an amazing opportunity to create meaningful, effective and engaging content. By following these simple processes & tips, you’ll be hitting ‘fast forward’ on your understanding of video creation. You can find some useful resources here.
“Ever been faced with a problem and turned to YouTube? There’s your answers to why you should use video in learning! “
Materials to support you
Six tips to creating great video with a smartphone
Creating video is a great way to capture the attention of your staff and improve communication amongst colleagues. Niki Hobson shares her tips for creating good quality video.
How to measure learning
Derek Mitchell is a man on a mission. He wants to demystify data, and make L&D practitioners lives easier in the process.
Creating video learning: feel the fear & do it anyway
Ady Howes explains why inhouse video creation is so important for L&D, and encourages practitioners to dive in and start filming.
Tips for presenting to a camera
Jayne Davids shares her top tips for presenting to camera, to create great videos for learning.
Six ways video can enhance learning
Video enthusiast Niki Hobson shares her six top tips for using it to enhance learning in the workplace
Video to crack staff engagement
Genny Dixon of Towards Maturity shares her top tips on using video to engage learners based on methods used by high performing organisations.
Video enhances the learning journey
Video can help you ‘flip’ the classroom, space and refresh learning and encourage collaboration says Cathy Hoy. Read her tips to achieve all this, and face the three most common challenges to using video learning.
Tips & tactics to help video learning stick
Video can help make learning supportive, relevant and meaningful. It can be designed for impact, and to connect individuals, to share effective practices, and change people’s perception and behaviour. But it’s how you use video that delivers those results says Laura Overton, chief executive of Towards Maturity.
10 reasons why charities should be using eLearning
There are hundreds of reasons why charities should be using eLearning but we’ve whittled it down to our top 10.
Our white paper looks at the great things that can happen when charities incorporate eLearning into their training mix from some of our members, including the likes of Shelter, St John Ambulance, Cymru and Cats Protection.
It’s a great resource to support a case towards your eLearning journey or to enhance the investment you’ve already made.
What the Charity Learning Consortium offers:
Learning Management System
We provide members with an online platform to host all content and track learner progress.
eLearning and content
Membership gives you access to a whole host of eLearning courses for your staff and volunteers.
Bite-sized video learning
Our video library has over 1,500 videos, covering a whole range of topics including Fundraising, Volunteering and EDI.
We host regular complimentary events for members. They include networking sessions, workshops, and much more. We occasionally open these events up to non-members.
Our friendly team is on hand to support you. Members get a dedicated account manager, who will help them with everything from set up to learning strategy.
We go the extra mile when it comes to supporting charities with bonus resources. The little book series is just a snippet of the extras that we provide.
CL Consortium Ltd
Vine House, Selsley Road,
Stroud, GL5 5NN