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2 March Members’ Meeting | Follow up

It was a great day at the Members’ Meeting on 2nd March with some great sessions on winning appraisals; effective communication; Members' Seminarvirtual classrooms; and Learning Needs Assessment. A big thank you to all the presenters for sharing their valuable advice and experience!

We hope you managed to catch up with each other, network and touch base with your account manager too. Thanks to all of you who came along and also to those of you who gave us your valuable feedback – if you can think of anything, or anyone you would like to see at the next session or would like to provide a presentation from your organisation, please email Harri at hleclaire@charitylearning.org.

Here are some of the slides and ‘takeaways’ for those who attended and also for those of you who couldn’t make it this time– we hope you will join us next time. You can book onto the next Members’ Meeting on 22nd June here.

Laura Overton, Towards Maturity
Practical communication tips to build commitment and engagement

In her session, Laura focused on one of the biggest challenges members are constantly facing; building awareness and engagement for new learning solutions, and then helping staff continue to reconnect. This session will revisit how we communicate with staff but from the user’s perspective.
>>>View the slides here

Jo CookJo Cook, Lightbulb Moment
Take the leap from face to face, to virtual learning

Planning a session for live online learning is very different to planning for the delivery of face to face training, especially as you’ll be working with people you can’t see! In this session, virtual classroom designer and facilitator, Jo Cook, shared everything you need to know to assess what method is best for each session, and how to use methodology to make the appropriate changes.
>>>View the slides here

Krystyna GaddKrystyna Gadd, How to accelerate Learning
Making Learning Needs Assessment an integral part of L&D’s role

In this interactive session, Krystyna explained how to set about making LNA an integral part of the L&D’s role, as well as how to involve the stakeholders to ensure that the evaluation that follows the learning is meaningful and realistic.
>>> View the slides here
>>> Download the accompanying notes sheet here

Gill Chester, Little Man Project & Tim Pattison, CLC
Moodle Zero to Hero – How to be a SCORM detective

In this practical session, Gill and Tim gave six techniques to use to track down reporting problems, in Moodle or in the SCORM package.

>> View the ‘Learner Record – Tips for identifying problems’
>>> View the Learner Record – Checklist

Vicky Jones & Magda Pawluk, Westminster Drug Project
Memorable appraisals: Top tips for meaningful development

Vicky and Magda shared their journey  to bring appraisals back to what they should really be about: engaging, meaningful conversations about development, and a protected time to reflect on goals for the year ahead.
>>>View the slides here
>>> View the handout here