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Save time and money with the Charity Learning Consortium

CLC members are almost THREE times more likely to say that using learning technologies has imppiggy-bank-shutterstock_126926213-170pxroved their organisations’ productivity

There are lots of great things our members say about us, so why not come and find out what all the fuss is about – more than 120 organisations can’t be wrong! Find out how they benefit and why you should join them at our event on 4 March 2015 by booking a space using the form on this page.

We’ll show you how we work collaboratively with members to ensure the successful implementation of eLearning by:

Providing you with a flexible learning management system

Inviting your to our annual Conference, quarterly Seminars and workshops to help support your day-to-day challenges

Giving you access to a huge variety (more than 220) of courseware, including a free authoring tool to help you make changes where necessary

…and overall, by helping you to meet your business goals through the use of learning technologies.

Andy LancasterYou will also get to hear from one of our members, Andy Lancaster, Head of Learning and Development at CIPD where he’ll share with you why they are part of the consortium and how they benefit.

Come and find out about the many benefits of membership and how our collaborative approach makes for such a compelling business argument.

We joined the CLC as it helped us to cut our IT training budget by a third and gave us additional resources, saving us money in other areas. Over time the benefits have been far greater – networking, sharing ideas, cost effective online booking systems. We now use our CLC eLearning zone to host other courseware, meaning staff have a one-stop-shop for online learning.” National Autistic Society