CLC announce winners of charity awards
The winners of the Charity Learning Awards 2012 are celebrating their success after being presented with their accolades at the Charity Learning Conference last week.
The Charity Learning Consortium has grown from a small pilot group in 2001 to a community of more than 100 charities, housing associations and non profits, with collaboration the main focus of attention.
The judges praised standard of submissions this year and several charities also mentioned how participation in Towards Maturity benchmarking has helped them progress on their eLearning journeys.
Martin Baker, founder and CEO of The Charity Learning Consortium, said: "Huge congratulations to all our very worthy winners - although in my mind all of our members are stars, showing huge commitment and dedication to the continuing professional development of staff and volunteers within their organisations.
"It's been particularly rewarding to see evidence of how our members meetings and initiatives have been inspirational. We will continue to strive to find innovative ways to support excellence in technology-led learning."
The winners are as follows:
Winner - Best means of engaging your audience: Addaction
Winner: Best overall online programme: The Royal National Lifeboat Institution
Commendation: The National Autistic Society
Winner: Getting started, or restarted on your eLearning journey: Blue Cross
Winner: Getting started, or restarted on your eLearning journey (Small Charity Award): The Aldingbourne Trust
Dedicated eLearning professional: Suzie Micallef, talent development manager, The Children's Society
Innovation in resourcing: TACT
Embracing technology: Cats Protection