On Wednesday 1st October, the Charity Learning Consortium is holding a free seminar between 9am-1pm to show how eLearning can help third sector organisations save time and money and boost overall productivity.
The seminar will be held at the NCVO headquarters in London and is open to all third sector organisations that want to do more with their L&D budgets.
Stella O’Neill, L&D Special Projects Manager at the charity CRI said: “I think the Charity Learning Consortium is excellent value for money. Not only do you get a whole suite of eLearning courses – more than you could afford to pay for out of your learning and development budget – it’s the support as well that you get. If you have any problems, there’s a team of people that you can go to.
“I find the members meetings and member support invaluable… There’s a sense of community, you get to interact with other charities that are having the same problems that you’re having in the eLearning World.”
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