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Action for Children - E-Learning Journey

  1. 1. ACTION FOR CHILDREN– E-LEARNING JOURNEY Thursday 23 October, 2014, Edinburgh Andy Napier Learning and Development Consultant - AFC
  2. 2. Introduction • Workforce is made up of approximately 6,000 staff and 2,000 volunteers who work directly with over 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers. • We run more that 650 services across the four nations of the UK working across national boundaries to provide a range of innovative services for children in care, disabled children and young people. • We support and speak out for the UK’s most vulnerable and neglected children and young people.
  3. 3. Drivers • Creation of a central L&D function and a learning strategy • Cost • Consistency of learning experience • Capacity to release staff to attend training • Record keeping
  4. 4. Content • Equality and Inclusion • eFinance Modules – training precursor to access being granted • Behaviour Support and Safeguarding Foundation courses • Health and Safety suite development • Pre-employment Induction
  5. 5. Hosting • No LMS – though investment planned From • Aurion Learning hosting Equality and Inclusion • Course Source (Learn Direct) • Moodle To • Aurion hosting Equality and Inclusion • Moodle
  6. 6. Moodle – The Learning Site http://thelearningsite.actionforchildren.org.uk/login/index.php
  7. 7. Behaviour Support
  8. 8. Diversity and Inclusion
  9. 9. Pre Employment Induction
  10. 10. Fire Safety Awareness
  11. 11. Working with Aurion Learning • Strategic partner • Understand Action for Children and our target audience • Innovative design brief – IS constraints • ‘Flexible’ and accommodating
  12. 12. Lessons Learnt • Innovation within an organisation takes time. • Create and share the vision. Accept it may challenge internal stakeholders. • Keep stakeholders informed. • Be ready to respond to the unexpected.
  13. 13. What does the future look like? • Review our learning strategy. • Expand access to the Moodle to other audiences, e.g. foster carers and adopters. • Identify other ways in which we can deliver learning via the Moodle platform.
  14. 14. Thanks & Questions

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