News stories from Charity Learning Consortium in 2011
Charity Learning Consortium | 19 Dec 2011
Martin Baker, the founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium, has become an Ambassador to LINGOs – the likeminded US-based consortium which provides affordable eLearning and resources to humanitarian relief organisations working around the world. The two organisations plan to support one another, and fly the flag for global, award-winning eLearning in the charity sector.
Charity Learning Consortium | 15 Dec 2011
Recommendations that staff and volunteers in the charity sector should receive 40 hours of development time a year have been largely welcomed by Martin Baker, the founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium. Martin says he welcomes any move to give L&D in the charity sector the recognition that it deserves.
Charity Learning Consortium | 07 Dec 2011
More for less is the L&D mantra of our times, but is it really possible asks Clive Shepherd, in the latest Charity Learning Consortium eNewsletter - and if so, how do L&D professionals go about achieving it?
Charity Learning Consortium | 30 Nov 2011
Charities and not-for-profits are set to save valuable time and resources by reducing their email overload, with a free email training session on 9 December at 10am. The training follows an online presentation about the benefits to charities of collaborating to make eLearning affordable.
Charity Learning Consortium | 22 Nov 2011
Martin Baker, the founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium, has pledged to help raise the profile of the eLearning Network in 2012 - its 25th anniversary year - after being voted onto the board. Martin brings with him more than 20 years of experience in eLearning, and hopes his knowledge of creating and building The Charity Learning Consortium – the largest group of UK based charities collaborating to make eLearning affordable – will prove valuable in his new role.
Charity Learning Consortium | 21 Sep 2011
United Response, the national disability charity, has won the Charity Learning Award for the best means of engaging their eLearning audience, with a multi pronged approach which ensured that a new money saving online learning programme was adopted by staff. Judges were impressed by the well thought out marketing campaign, which took account of challenges and learners' needs, and ultimately resulted in eLearning take-up being a real success.
Charity Learning Consortium | 20 Sep 2011
WRVS, the national charity aiming to 'Make Britain a great place to grow old', has scooped the Charity Learning Award for 'getting started or restarted on its eLearning journey'. WRVS impressed with its professional, focused approach to launching, evaluating and assessing the impact of its eLearning programme throughout the organisation.
Charity Learning Consortium | 19 Sep 2011
Barnardo's, the UK's leading children's charity, has won the trophy for the Best Overall eLearning Programme at the Charity Learning Awards. Judges were particularly impressed with the breadth of learning technologies Barnardo's has embraced, the innovative approach taken, and the organisation's dedication to supporting its eLearners.
Charity Learning Consortium | 15 Sep 2011
The winners of the first Charity Learning Awards were celebrating their success this evening, when they were presented with their trophies at the Charity Learning Conference in London.
Charity Learning Consortium | 12 Sep 2011
The Charity Learning Consortium will be publishing several case studies at the World of Learning Conference & Exhibition, with Macmillan Cancer Support, Plan and The National Autistic Society - celebrating the great work that is being done within charity learning.
Charity Learning Consortium | 25 Aug 2011
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Charity Learning Consortium | 22 Jun 2011
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Our members save twice as much money on L&D compared to non-members in the sector; significantly reduce time to skills competency; and are twice as likely to report both positive changes in staff behaviour and increased productivity. More than 130 charities, housing associations and not for profits already benefit from collaborating with our unique organisation – would you like to join us? To find out more please go to www.charitylearning.org or connect with us on twitter @charitylearning We also love to chat, so do please give us a call on 08451 707 702