Our Work in The Spotlight 

April 9, 2018

One of our recently launched elearning modules has been shining in the spotlight and generating some excellent feedback on social media this week.   The module created for the National Autistic Society on Women and girls on the autistic spectrum is designed specifically for clinicians and other professionals involved in the diagnosis of autism in women and […]

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Top Tips for Being Creative 

January 18, 2018

We use a creative design process at Little Man Project to explore different solutions for the treatment, presentation and delivery of the learning resources. This is based on our experience working internally and externally with a wide range of clients. In practice this is as many whiteboards as we can fit into the space, frantic drawing, […]

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CLC Conference Video

November 24, 2017

We took our annual trip to the Charity Learning Consortium Conference in London last week. As always, this conference was a great success and full of interesting and thought-provoking sessions from L&D experts. We set ourselves the challenge of creating a short, fun video of the event so here it is:     If you […]

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Induction Workshop 

November 18, 2017

We work with a lot of charities to develop their induction programme for them.  One of the questions they often ask us at the start of the process is ‘what makes a good induction programme’.    To support a number of the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) members we decided to run a workshop to support their thinking […]

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Staff Profile: Chi Chung Kwan 

October 9, 2017

Chi Chung Kwan 

Graphic Designer & Elearning Developer

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Staff Profile: Jamie Laurence 

July 1, 2017

Jamie Laurence 

Elearning Developer 

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Charity Learning Conference and Awards 2014

November 16, 2014

If you follow us on Twitter and Facebook you will have seen a flurry of tweets and posts on 22nd and 23rd October from the the Charity Learning Consortium Conference and Awards in London.  It was our third conference and something we always really look forward to. As we tweeted on the train home, the event always has the best […]

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Design Thinking, Robotic Exoskeleton’s & Being Brilliant @Learning Live

September 18, 2013

Last week I had the opportunity to attend #LearningLive for the first time. To be honest although I had obviously read the programme I had no idea what to expect from the event but I left excited and brimming with inspiration from what was a fantastic conference! The conference covered a range of topics from […]

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Martin Baker from CLC Podcast

September 11, 2013

Thought I’d post a podcast which featured two really good friends of mine.  Martin Baker from the Charity Learning Consortium is interviewed about his work in the charity sector. I am lucky enough to work quite closely with CLC.  They are a great team, passionate about their members and their principles of collaboration and sharing. Martin […]

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Design Thinking on Radio Four

September 11, 2013

I was running a training session in Kent a couple of weeks ago.  I had a very long drive home, bad planning on my part that meant I was stuck on the M25 on the Thursday night before a Bank Holiday for four hours.  I was finally 20 minutes from home and the only direct […]

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Fun Photo Summary of Tom Kuhlmann’s London MasterClass

July 2, 2013

After the great feedback we had from our photo summary of the CLC annual conference last year we have put together a photo summary of Tom Kuhlmann’s London Masterclass in May (yes it’s taken us a bit of time to pull it together!).  Hope you enjoy, feel free to share.

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Two days of elearning design with Tom Kuhlmann, David Anderson and a Bento box

May 22, 2013

  With a background in sales and business development I never expected to be going on a course to become a rapid elearning pro! It all began 6 months ago when I started working with Little Man Project. After watching the developers use Articulate Storyline I just couldn’t resist having a play myself. Five months later and […]

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Translating Your Project In Articulate Storyline

April 8, 2013

I haven’t talked much about my love of Articulate Storyline on this blog. I noted it’s preview at Learning Technologies in 2012 but have been so busy using it since it’s launch in May 2012 that I haven’t talked about it much here. I first started using Storyline during a project for Save the Children UK. Since […]

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