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If 'working to enable people to learn, share and expand their skills, knowledge and understanding, mainly through the use of technology' is a thing, then that's what I do.
I have worked in the charity sector for over 23 years, at both small and large organisations. As I've seen e-learning develop into a multi-million pound industry, I've grown aware that what works for large charities isn't always right for small. Enterprise-level software isn't always the best choice. And you can't always tell until you've used it for a while. What is common across charities of all sizes is the need for sustainable approaches, future-proofed decision-making, and ownership of the learner-relationship.
Sustainable, flexible, and cost-effective solutions are a must. I'm here when you need me, not as an expensive one-off consultation, but as a resource to help inform strategy, sense-check, help with ideas, and support your organisation's e-learning future.
I'm based in Cumbria, and provide a discount to local charities.