New elearning for modern learners
The Charity Learning Consortium has added a wide range of new courses and modules to its elearning library, to reflect the demands of the modern workplace.
A wide range of new online courses and resources has been added to the Charity Learning Consortium’s catalogue, to offer an even greater choice of elearning.
Eight new suites of courses include: interview techniques, literacy skills, understanding budget & finance, workplace wellbeing & change management. The new suites include explainer videos, professional audio, video subtitles and separate quiz assessments.
A further 60 new modules have also been added to bring existing content bang up to date. These include modules in competition law, unconscious bias, planning & monitoring team performance, motivation & effective feedback, communicating with emotional intelligence and presenting data.
The new courses and modules have been created by MicroLearn and Litmos Heroes and have been added since April 2018 to reflect the changing demands of the modern workplace. The new workplace wellbeing course - produced by MicroLearn in partnership with resilience and behavioural agility specialist Liggy Webb - has been particularly popular with members of the Consortium.
New courses and resources are added to the Consortium’s library every quarter, often fulfilling specific requests from members.
Martin Baker, founder and CEO of the Charity Learning Consortium, said: “These new courses and resources, such as the module on resilience, reflect the ever-changing demands of the modern workforce.
“By working together, both with our members and content producers like MicroLearn, we ensure that we meet the specific needs of the charity sector. Fulfilling the demands of learners and charities in this way is just one of the many benefits of our collaborative approach.”
Ali Soper, Creative Director and Cofounder of MicroLearn added: “We love working closely with Liggy Webb, collaborating to create insightful wellbeing and behavioural skills content for learners. Our Workplace Wellbeing range is fast becoming one of our largest and most popular suites, covering an expanding range of really relevant and accessible subjects.”
Find out more about the Charity Learning Consortium’s extensive library of 200+ eLearning courses at stand number A195 at World of Learning 16-17 October at the NEC, Birmingham.
About the Charity Learning Consortium
Collaboration works! Bringing charitable organisations together enables the Consortium to offer cost effective, quality eLearning to more than a million people in the third sector across the UK.
As a result, independent research has found that Consortium members save twice as much money on L&D compared to non-members in the sector, are twice as likely to report positive changes in staff behaviour and almost three times more likely to report that using learning technologies has improved their organisation’s productivity. No wonder our members love us!
Find out more at www.charitylearning.org
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