News stories from Charity Learning Consortium in 2012

Kirkpatricks Evaluation webinar – supporting charity learning

Charity Learning Consortium | 17 Jul 2012

Donald Kirkpatrick, the ‘Father’ of Evaluation, will be making a guest appearance at a special Evaluation webinar for charities around the world on 30 August. Evaluation experts Jim & Wendy Kirkpatrick are once again hosting the free, annual webinar - supported by The Charity Learning Consortium in the UK.

Webinar: Doing ‘more for less’ with Charity Learning

Charity Learning Consortium | 23 May 2012

Charity L&D budgets have been hit particularly hard in the recession, but it’s more important than ever that staff are equipped to carry out their jobs well. The Charity Learning Consortium is holding a webinar at 11am on 21st June to explain how collaboration can help charities save precious resources, whilst still addressing the essential skills of their staff.

eLearning Global Giveback winners are stars of collaborative L&D

Charity Learning Consortium | 22 Mar 2012

Martin Baker is toasting the success of the eLearning Global Giveback awards – a competition celebrating eLearning developed by expert volunteers for charities working in international development. Martin, a member of the judging panel, and a well known advocate for collaboration in L&D, says the scheme is a great example of what can be achieved by working together.

75% of L&D professionals could reduce external spending bydeveloping their own skills

Charity Learning Consortium | 20 Feb 2012

Tom Kuhlmann – the well known eLearning guru, inspirational instructional designer and high profile learning technologies blogger – will be sharing his knowledge and skills at a one day, interactive, rapid eLearning workshop on 22 May, London. The event is designed to help boost skills to build cost effective in-house eLearning, and help L&D professionals in their quest to achieve ‘more for less’.

Debate: Could Facebook be the saviour of L&D?

Charity Learning Consortium | 23 Jan 2012

Martin Baker will be leading a debate about the potential to access eLearning via Facebook – the most popular social media platform of our time – at the Learning & Skills exhibition in London on 26 January. Hare brained idea or a brilliant way to deliver cost effective learning? You decide! Come and share your views with Martin, CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium and MD of newly formed The Corporate eLearning Consortium - bringing a cost effective, collaborative approach to eLearning to the corporate sector.

Cameras roll on massive collaborative video learning project

Charity Learning Consortium | 09 Jan 2012

Members of The Charity Learning Consortium are busy filming for a huge collaborative video learning project. All members have been offered a free flip camera to create short pieces of video learning to share with other members of the community. Martin Baker, the founder and CEO of the Consortium, said members had enthusiastically embraced the exciting video challenge.

New year, new challenges: L&D specialists review 2011 and look ahead to 2012

Charity Learning Consortium | 03 Jan 2012

L&D commentators and specialists review the last 12 months and make their predictions for the year ahead. Find out what the L&D highlight was for Martin Baker, Laura Overton, Clive Shepherd, Nigel Paine and others, and what they see on the learning horizon for 2012.