Do your staff and volunteers have the essential skills they need to meet increasing demands? How can you provide affordable, flexible learning and development that appeals to a modern workforce, and also helps you meet your business goals?
Join Martin Baker, founder and chief executive of the Charity Learning Consortium, on 4th March at a complimentary morning seminar at the NCVO buildings in London.
- Learn about the proven benefits of using online learning – according to independent research, using learning technologies saves time and money, but it also changes staff behaviour and increases productivity
- Hear from Andy Lancaster about using technology to meet the challenges of L&D at the CIPD, itself a registered charity.
- Find out about the benefits of collaboration – freely sharing knowledge and expertise is at the heart of the Consortium.
- Network with third sector peers working in learning and development
All delegates will also receive a virtual goodie bag of online resources to support you and your workforce.
Click here to register.
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