Episode 383 — Designing learning for the charity sector
While there are often constraints in charity’s learning budgets, it’s actually this limitation that can point the way to more efficient and effective learning design and development. There’s much that the corporate learning world can learn from this.
In this episode of The Mind Tools L&D Podcast, Gemma is joined by Gill Chester, Director of Little Man Project and Ross Dickie to discuss creating learning for organisations on a mission to change the world for the better.
We talked about:
• resourcefulness and creativity throughout the design process
• the importance of developing relationships with stakeholders
• incorporating evaluation into the design process.
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