The friends of the consortium are organisations who we have partnered with who understand the ethos of the consortium. Some of these organisations have provided us with special member discounts, whilst with others we are highlighting discounts they already offer to charities but members may not be aware. Please contact us for further information, demonstration access or pricing.
David Wood is the founder of Jam Pan – a unique company which brings new thinking and industries into the world of elearning through it’s website. Jam Pan is not a design house but a world-wide community that pushes the boundaries in redefining what eLearning really means in our visual, social and connected world.
Every year we support Learning at Work Week (organised by Campaign for Learning) by making our entire eLearning suite absolutely free for the nominated week in May to charities working in the voluntary sector. Look out for announcements on site. Read on to find out more about the Learning at Work Week campaign.
LPI is a global institute for learning & development professionals. It works to enhance the skills and status of individuals and organisations engaged in learning activities, while assessing the quality of learning services. We’re proud to support its work and organisations which join the Consortium also get complimentary membership to LPI.
Learning Technologies, held in January each year, is Europe’s leading showcase of technology used for learning at work – which is why you’ll always spot us there. The conference has expert sessions from industry leading thinkers and visionaries, while the exhibition offers expert information, advice sessions and a free seminar programme running in five theatres.
Little Man Project is a friend and the trusted elearning development company supporting CLC members. They create bespoke elearning modules; provide project support for in-house developers and deliver a range of tailored training courses on topics such as elearning design and Articulate Storyline. Their ethos of transparency, sustainability and collaboration is designed to give members value for money and greater capability in the future.
We really like what neuTrain are doing: they’re a voluntarily run, not for profit website where L&D professionals share classroom based training materials. There is no log in process to view all the slides and trainers notes you’ll need, to deliver your own classroom based training courses. Materials can be reviewed so you can see what others have thought of the content.
Perry Timms is a friend and former member of the CLC as well as an Ambassador for GiveBackUK. Perry has a range of experiences in learning and organisation development and lately has been in demand to help teams make the most of Social Media for learning, innovation and engagement across a range of organisations. He advises the CIPD on Social Media and helps organisations look to the future around work, technology and people.
The Technology Trust (formerly Charity Technology Trust) and the tt-exchange are well known supporters of the use of technology in the third sector, so it’s no surprise that we are Friends! It’s through the tt-exchange that we’ve been able to offer a free flip camera to every one of our members, for a unique collaborative video learning project.
We’re proud to be an Ambassador for Towards Maturity and wholeheartedly support its invaluable annual benchmark into the use of learning technologies. Laura Overton, MD of Towards Maturity, leads our inspirational workshops at our Members Seminars and carries out bespoke research on our behalf into the Learning needs of the third sector.