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If you are looking for somewhere to host your elearning we recommend the Charity Learning Consortium as your learning management system (LMS) provider. The Charity Learning Consortium is a membership organisation that provides learning solutions to over 200 third sector organisations in the UK.
We call our relationship with the Charity Learning Consortium a partnership, but it’s really a friendship. We’ve worked with them for over a decade; we know they provide the best LMS and learning solutions and they know we are the best at creating bespoke elearning for organisations within the charity sector – it’s a perfect collaboration.
The support they offer is second to none and we know we can rely on them to give you the best offering for your charity.
About the LMS
They offer an enhanced Moodle LMS which has been developed in consultation with their members so it is specifically designed to meet the needs of charities. They’ve called it RoadMap as it’s so easy to navigate and offers features often found on similar products that cost ten times more.
The LMS is the perfect home for your elearning and allows you to easily track and report on your learners’ progress. It is customisable, so it’s simple to brand your learning environment.
Classroom booking tool
100s of activities and resources
As well as an intuitive LMS, the Charity Learning Consortium also provides a huge library of off-the-shelf elearning to support staff and volunteers. This content is integrated into your LMS allowing you to give access to them as standalone modules or as part of customised programmes developed by you.
Membership is key
One of the best things about joining the Charity Learning Consortium is the fact that you are joining other charities. The team run regular, complimentary member events that are packed with case studies, guest speakers and networking sessions. They provide a great opportunity to learn, discover and share with hundreds of L&D professionals within the charity space. Someone from Little Man Project is usually on hand to answer elearning related questions or run sessions on content creation.
If you’d like to know more, complete the form below. This will be sent directly to the right person at the Charity Learning Consortium who will get back to you.
The little book of Induction
Have you read The little book of Induction yet? It’s part of the Charity Learning Consortium’s little book series and is written by our very own, Gill Chester. It’s free and designed to help you to create the perfect induction for your staff and volunteers.
All their ‘little books’ series can be found here.