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Wednesday, 21 October 2020

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Take time for creativity with online art classes at your local Age UK

AGE UK North, South & West Dorset (NSWD) invites older people to an online art class taster session on 10 November at 11am.  The free...

Equipment and time donated to Yorda Adventures, helping children with learning disabilities

On behalf of Surrey Freemasons, Steve Norris and Steve Butwell visited Yorda Adventures in Chessington, to donate equipment for their wooded children’s adventure area....

Shelter to host ‘UK’s biggest carol concert’ in support of families facing homelessness this Christmas

THIS winter, housing and homelessness charity Shelter are aiming to host the UK's biggest virtual carol concert. The concert will bring the nation together...

Devon locals with learning disabilities create stop-motion animation to help halt disabled hate

A new stop-motion animation created by people with learning disabilities and their support workers in Devon is hoping to raise awareness of disability hate...

Charity Learning: Transforming learning at Shelter

Katharine Nice joined Shelter in 2007 as the training and development coordinator on a temporary eight-month contract. Twelve years later and she has led a total transformation of the learning culture at the housing campaigning charity. She explains how she has transformed from training order-taker to leading an L&D team focused on real business needs.

Transforming Learning and Development at Royal Voluntary Service

Learning and development at Royal Voluntary Service have been transformed into a vibrant, dynamic offering. Find out how the L&D team has encouraged self-help, turned its eLearning site into a one-stop shop and inspired a new learning culture.

10 reasons why charities should use eLearning

TEN charities, including St John Ambulance Cymru and Shelter, have shared the lessons they’ve learned from using eLearning, in a recently published report. The...

The Charity Learning Consortium becomes a Gold Official Partner of UK Charity Week

UK CHARITY WEEK is proud to welcome the return of the Charity Learning Consortium as a Gold Official Partner Business of the 2020 campaign. UK...

The Charity Learning Consortium: eLearning to the rescue

eLearning has proved invaluable in the rush to upskill both staff and volunteers in the coronavirus pandemic, enabling St John Ambulance Cymru to support...

Innovation in the face of coronavirus

CHARITY learning professionals are facing tough challenges trying to support staff and volunteers through coronavirus. Alongside unexpected, urgent new demands there are some silver...

Learning fast in the face of coronavirus

Martin Baker explains how an agile approach to learning has considerable benefits in a crisis. CHARITIES are continually having to adapt to change. Whether that’s...
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Heart Heroes celebrated by star-studded attendees at virtual charity awards event

THE British Heart Foundation (BHF) tonight celebrated inspirational ‘Heart Heroes’ who have shown courage, resilience, compassion and bravery in the face of debilitating heart...

Hospice reunites family with WW2 medals

A Birmingham family have been reunited with World War Two medals awarded to their uncle on the front lines of Europe and Africa. The medals...

‘BooBee bus’ takes to the streets of Manchester encouraging women to be ‘breast aware’

CHARITY Prevent Breast Cancer is encouraging women to come forward and be more 'breast aware', with a specially decorated pink information bus taking to...
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