Martin Baker, founder and chief executive of the Charity Learning Consortium, is holding a complimentary morning seminar at the NCVO buildings in London on 4th March.
The Charity Learning Consortium
The Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) provides cost effective eLearning into the charity and voluntary sectors.
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Formed in 2001 by six charities looking to share learning resources, the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) has grown from strength to strength.
Now, with more than 120 members from the third sector, the CLC continues to provide an opportunity for charity and voluntary organisations to have access to a large portfolio of eLearning courses at a low cost, networking opportunities, and a place to discuss best practice in the charity sector.
The Charity Learning Consortium work in conjunction with external organisations and are pleased to have support from individuals who support the Consortium.
Nicola Tyzack, Charity L&D Professional of the Year and Organisational Development Administrator at the National Autistic Society, chats about learning technologies, Moodle, MOOCs and mentoring.
On Wednesday 1st October, the Charity Learning Consortium is holding a free seminar to show how eLearning can help third sector organisations save time and money and boost overall productivity.
Drug and alcohol charity Addaction is using an engaging eLearning Infection Control module to improve service delivery, which won the Best eLearning Programme in the Charity Learning Awards 2013.