The Charity Learning Consortium makes eLearning available to over 300,000 third sector staff and volunteers amongst our more than 120 charity members. We aim to give exceptional standards of customer care, and – as a result – many of our members have been with us since the start. Here’s what some of our members have to say about the benefits and their experience of being part of the largest group of UK based charities collaborating to make eLearning affordable.
Here is Stella O’Neill from CRI, talking about why she became a Member of the CLC and the benefits that she finds most valuable.
We’re a member of the CLC because we feel its imperative to keep abreast of various new eLearning products, and feel it is a useful tool for networking within the sector. We use eLearning because it is an effective tool for blended learning and will only become more prevalent in the future. Macmillan Cancer Support
eLearning is an excellent way to enable all our staff to gain skills in both IT and Soft Skills at nominal cost, and the Charity Learning Consortium has made this possible. Independent Age
eLearning eliminates the barriers of travel time and distance, allowing learning on-demand for our staff, whether at home or at work. eLearning empowers us as it allows us to know more and learn faster with less cost. Leonard Cheshire benefits by increased efficiency and enhanced employee loyalty. Leonard Cheshire
A key member benefit is that the team at CLC regularly communicate news and updates and run a series of member meetings throughout the year. This provides opportunities to network and learn more about the innovative and creative work being done by colleagues in the not for profit sector. With over a 100 CLC members now, the potential for sharing and collaborating on initiatives to keep the costs down is limitless. It is a great time to be involved! Barnardo’s