The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2015 reveal their secrets to creating and using eLearning and learning technologies. Please view the recording below for some practical hints and tips on how you too can achieve similar success, saving time and money and empowering staff, with demonstrable results.
In this webinar we discussed how to:
- Create award winning eLearning with no previous experience and no budget. The Crime Reduction Initiatives (CRI) story proves this can be done! Read more here
- Use off the peg eLearning to engage with hard to reach customers, as they have done at Shaw Trust. Read more here
- Embrace a range of technologies to create resources to support online learners. The National Autistic Society uses a multi media approach, with great success.
- Evaluate success. Our award winners use a variety of different ways to measure the impact of eLearning.
Our panel for this webinar were:
Stella O’Neill – L&D Project Manager, CRI
Monica Gomes – Product Development Officer at Shaw Trust
Nicola Tyzack – Organisational Development Administrator at the National Autistic Society
They’re our Charity Learning Awards superstars 2015! You can read more about their awards on our news page.
Leading this webinar as question master was Perry Timms, Director of People & Learning at Media Zoo and one of our Charity Learning Awards judges.
You can view a free handout of hints and tips taken from a range of entries to the Charity Learning Awards 2015 here.