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Seminar to focus on e-learning at the RSPCA
The RSPCA will be talking about its latest e-learning initiative at the next Charity Learning Consortium seminar on 11 May in London.
The RSPCA is currently centralising its e-learning offering, moving onto a Moodle platform, and is relaunching its e-learning suite later this spring. The project is a collaborative effort between the IT and HR, Learning & Development departments at the animal welfare charity.
Sean Cooter, applications support manager at the RSPCA, will be talking at the Charity Learning Consortium seminar about the challenge of engaging more than 1,500 members of staff, at multiple locations across England and Wales.
"It's a really exciting time for online learning at the RSPCA," Sean Cooter said. "We achieved positive results from our first iteration of online learning, enabling our staff to learn 'anytime, any place, anywhere' and anticipate our relaunch will continue this success."
Martin Baker, managing director of the Charity Learning Consortium (CLC), and Wendy Stanley, CLC's head of membership, will also speak at the seminar about the Charity Learning Consortium's aim to enable cost effective e-learning in the Third Sector and the CLC's collaborative approach. The CLC's courseware and Learning Management System will also be on display at the event.
Martin Baker said: "I'm really looking forward to hearing about the exciting developments within e-learning at the RSPCA, and also to sharing information about the great collaborative work that the CLC is doing - collaboration is at the heart of everything that we do."
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