CUSTOM NON-PROFIT eLEARNING
We really enjoy working with charities and NGO’s on any initiatives that benefit the community and we want to help and support NGOs, social enterprises and charities to be involved more with learning technology. As part of our campaign, we are offering free services, resources and tools to get you started or improve what you have.
- 20% discount off proposed costs for tailor made eLearning design and development work
- Complimentary consultation meetings (normally £650 per day)
- Special rates for tools and learner management systems.
- Special rates and discounts for Charities, Social Enterprises and NGO’s
If you are new to eLearning and want to know where to start and what options are available to you then we offer complimentary one to one sessions with an eLearning consultant.
One of our eLearning experts will provide advice on topics ranging from eLearning processes to instructional design how-to’s to implementation of new learning technologies and learner management systems, engaging with the community and accessibility.
Sessions can be arranged online through Skype, by email or face to face.
eLearning for Non-Profit
eLearning helps employees connect and collaborate.
Most non-profit organisations have employees in different offices, with field offices being mostly far-flung and remote. With a technology-aided platform, all employees can be engaged with one another on a continuous basis which helps them work, better together. The eLearning platform can automatically send updates on events, training, news, with no added efforts, this relieves employees of administrative duties that come along with arranging events and making sure all employees fit them into their schedules. Most modern eLearning platforms are equipped with features like content sharing, reporting, calendaring, and administrative tools that help employees stay up-to-date and in sync with one another.
eLearning helps manage organisational knowledge.
Most organisations have a wealth of knowledge but no clear way of de-cluttering or arranging the relevant learning material. While most of these training materials are in the form of hard copies or even PPTs, a Learning Management System (LMS) can help organising the material and disseminating it to the relevant stakeholders.
eLearning successfully breaks down barriers.
Most non-profit organisations have members and employees that are geographically as well as linguistically separated but share the same organisational goal. A Learning Management System that can be deployed in multiple languages that can break the barriers of location or language, and unites all employees regardless of where they live or what languages they understand. This feeling of “oneness” is crucial when working in the development sector where the nature of work is such that understanding each other is at the core of organisational success.
eLearning encourages sharing.
As many organisations in the development sector are scattered all over the globe but work towards one cause, they stand to benefit a lot from learning about and from each other. But it is not always possible to write and share detailed reports or findings. So a lot of learning which is actually present within the organisation does not circulate throughout but stays within small circles. With eLearning, employees can be encouraged to share instantly through audio or video clips, online blogs, and discussion boards within the Learning Management System or even video blogs. Field videos, findings, views on world events or even small personal achievements can be shared –to create a channel of sharing and learning. With appropriate tags and descriptions, the shared items can be archived on the Learning Management System and can be searched as per need by employees– across offices and locations.
Let Us Help
If you are new to eLearning and want to know where to start and what options are available to you then we offer complimentary one to one sessions with an eLearning consultant. One of our eLearning experts will provide advice on topics ranging from eLearning processes to instructional design how-to’s to implementation of new learning technologies and learner management systems, engaging with the community and accessibility.
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eLearning does not always bring IT hassles.
Most modern learning management systems do not require in-house IT teams for maintenance. The Learning Management System vendor can provide the support needed for the first few months or as long as it is needed by the organisation. This is especially useful for non-profit organisations that do not have IT personnel on staff or do not have the budget to hire IT personnel. Thus, the technology-aided platform can be implemented and run without internal IT support.