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Insights Media

Martin Couzins Writes Book on Webinars for Learning

Bath (UK), June 2020 - The Little Book of Webinars provides practical tips and examples of how organisations are using webinars for learning. Insights Media is delighted to announce the launch of The Little Book of Webinars, written by Head of Insights, Martin Couzins, and produced by the Charity Learning Consortium. Martin has been facilitating webinars since 2012 and, as a journalist and copywriter, was keen to combine his writing skills with his knowledge and experience of running webinars.

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Charity Learning Consortium

Innovation in the Face of Coronavirus

Martin BakerLondon (UK), June 2020 - (by Martin Baker, founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium) Charity learning professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support staff and volunteers through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands, there are some silver linings, too, with great examples of fast, innovative thinking. Martin Baker explains how members of the Charity Learning Consortium are solving some of the challenges of supporting a workforce through a pandemic.

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Collaboration

Seven Reasons to Join the Charity Learning Consortium

London (UK), February 2020 - Cash strapped charities achieve far more for less with their learning and development budgets when they join the Charity Learning Consortium. The team at the Learning Technologies exhibition explained why collaborating with more than 180 organisations in the Consortium family makes such great business sense. Rosie Haighton, Head of Membership, and Charlotte Gibson, Membership Development Manager, were on hand to explain the benefits. 

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Charity Learning Consortium

Announcing the Stars of Charity Learning 2018

Stars of Charity Learning 2018London (UK), November 2018 - The Charity Learning Consortium has announced the winners of the annual Charity Learning Awards, revealing stories of amazing dedication, innovation, and collaboration on the road to eLearning success. The following awards were presented to them at the annual Charity Learning conference in London.

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Numerous New Resources

New eLearning for Modern Learners

Martin Baker
(c) Charity Learning Consortium

London (UK), September 2018 - Since April 2018, the Charity Learning Consortium has added a wide range of new courses and modules to its eLearning library to reflect the realities of the modern workplace. The new online courses and resources added to the Consortium's catalogue offer an even greater choice of eLearning. The materials were created by MicroLearn and Litmos Heroes and reflect changing demands.

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"Quite Simply Extraordinary"

Charity Learning Award Winners 2016

London (UK), November 2016 - The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2016 are proof that little or no budget is no barrier to delivering innovative eLearning. Most of the winners had no resources to speak of, but came up with award-winning solutions to the business challenges they faced. Their stories of success are an inspiration to all organisations, not just fellow charities.

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Accredited Skills

Collaborating to Save Charities from Boring eLearning

London (UK), March 2016 - The Charity Learning Consortium has partnered with Accredited Skills to offer its members access to an inspirational new range of learning resources. Accredited Skills’ unique approach has created an engaging library of online resources, using a multimedia mix that includes videos, offline workbooks, infographics, and eye-catching artwork. These include marketing help for learning professionals, along with images to support the in-house creation of course materials.

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