Activities from partners & CFL that you can use during LAW Week On Air, Online 18 - 24 May 2020.
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Daily Doodle Challenge

The Campaign for Learning is inviting everyone to sharpen their pencils and flex up their felt tips with the Learning at Work Week Daily Doodle Challenge. There will be tips and inspirations plus the chance to win arty prizes. Find out more including the themes for each day and how to promote it to colleagues on the Daily Doodle Challenge page

TUNE IN AT TWO - FREE webinars for parents

In a special strand for parents, Campaign for Learning's resident family learning expert Juliette Collier will be running free live webinars on practical ways to teach your children about money and strategies to help children learn. 

Each webinar is running twice. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Webinar 1: Loving Learning at Home with presenter: Juliette Collier, National Director, Campaign for Learning

Get inspired to create brilliant home learning experiences that will engage all the kids in your family - big and small! 

This webinar will explore what makes great learning and provide some hands-on, creative ideas and activities to energise everyone and inspire a lifelong love of learning.

This webinar takes place on the following days.

Monday 18th May from 2pm to 2.45pm  Register:

Thursday 21st May from 2pm to 2.45pm Register: 


Webinar 2: Talking and Learning about money with kids with presenter: Juliette Collier, National Director, Campaign for Learning

Help your family learn to make the most of money, whilst having fun together! 

Families provide the biggest opportunity for children to see, talk and learn about money; what we do as parents really matter in helping children develop positive money habits.

This webinar will give you practical tips and ideas to help your children get to grips with money.

This webinar takes place on the following days.

Tuesday 19th May from 2pm to 2.45pm  Register: 

Friday 22nd May from 2pm to 2.45pm Register: 

Get a Free Learning Journey Package

For Learning at Work Week On Air, Online and in support of the 2020 main theme 'learning journeys', we are pleased to offer your colleagues three free Sketch Notes - getAbstract’s visual learning paths on work-related challenges. Our Sketch Notes take you through five action steps, each linked to an expertly curated and compressed reading recommendation. The topics included in the free package relate to Working from Home, Resilience and Learning Remotely.

getAbstract is the world’s leading provider of curated and compressed knowledge. getAbstract finds, rates and summarises top business books, articles, podcasts and video talks into 10-minute abstracts. Our library contains over 20,000 text and audio summaries on topics ranging from leadership to self-development and science.

Download the Sketch Notes 

Get your FREE Resilience bundle

A 2020 Gallup study reveals that 76% of employees experience burnout.* And those stats come in before the stresses and uncertainties most of us are feeling right now. Building up your resilience levels is a great way to combat burnout – and better prepare yourself for future challenges.

Contrary to common belief, resilience isn’t something you’re born with. We can all develop our resilience levels. This bundle brings you six resources to help build your bouncebackability, including articles, an infographic, animation, audio interview and self-assessment.

Get your FREE Resilience bundle today!

* Ben Wigert, ‘Employee Burnout: The Biggest Myth’. (2020). Available at: (accessed 16 April 2020).


The Open University Business School

In support of Learning at Work Week On Air, Online, the Open University Business School has curated free learning resources and activities for you and colleagues to explore and try. They will invite you to overcome the inertia to learn and follow your curiosity, try out the wellbeing interactive to see if you can help four people, understand your relationship with money, learn how to eat healthily and improve digital literacy. Visit the resources

OUBS is the pioneer of online business education. Founded 30 years ago as part of The Open University, it is now a leading business and management education provider to both individuals and organisations, spanning commercial, public and voluntary sectors.


FutureLearn - free learning including new microcredentials for university study

Promote access to high quality learning, with online courses, programs and degrees created by leading universities, business schools and specialist organisations

FutureLearn, part owned by The Open University, is Europe’s largest social learning platform delivering short massive open online courses (known as MOOCs) as well as a range of other learning options including fully online degrees.

Colleagues can learn for professional development or to discover a new hobby. They can learn together with people from around the world, and learn with experts who are educators from the world’s top universities and cultural institutions.

Sample picks: Project management beyond the basics; Collaborative working in a remote team; Create a Social Media Campaign; Exploring Stone Age Archaeology: The Mysteries of Star Carr

New microcredentials 

The Open University and five partners from around the world have launched four new microcredentials on Futurelearn. Microcredentials are university credits for study. They are stackable, people can do as many as they like and use them how they want to. Learners can learn a new skill quickly with accredited, quality courses.

Colleagues can choose: Cyber Security Operations, Teacher Training: Embedding Mental Health in the Curriculum, Global Development in Practice: Designing an Intervention and Digital Photography: Creating a Professional Portfolio. Go to microcredentials

OpenLearn offers a free to use learning platform, over 15,000 hours of online courses, over 950 short courses (varying from 1-1000 hours of study) and thousands of articles, quizzes and interactive games. 

What’s on offer?

  • All courses – with printable statements of participation (PDF certificates); browse by subject, level and length.
  • Skills for Work  – including digital and leadership.
  • Skills for Study – including critical thinking and writing.
  • Skills for Life – including family and relations, health, money and finance.
  • ‘Badged’ courses – provide digital badges which can be shared on social media.
  • Everyday skills – functional skills courses, level 1 & 2 in maths and English.

Skills Toolkit

The Skills Toolkit is a platform with a collection of free courses to develop essential skills collated by the government in collaboration with a range of organisations including FutureLearn, Open University, Good Things Foundation and Google. Colleagues can find introductory, intermediate and advanced courses for developing numeracy and digital skills.

Visit the Skills Toolkit


Free eLearning content for charities during LAW Week On Air, Online

Get a sneak-peek into the Charity Learning Consortium’s content library and find out why they are the best choice for charities and non-profit organisations. 

The Consortium provides a seamless yet affordable learning journey to 190+ charities. With engaging, bite-sized, and streamlined courses, this will increase learning engagement and motivate your staff and volunteers to bridge the gaps in their knowledge.

In addition to offering the best-known learning management system on the market, they also provide members with quarterly members’ meetings, an annual conference and a community of like-minded learning and development professionals.

Register now for free access to the Charity Learning Consortium’s inspiring eLearning courses, which include wellbeing, safeguarding, personal development and much much more!

Please note: This opportunity is only available to learning & development/human resources professionals working within the third sector, who will then have the option to forward the access to their staff and volunteers.


Unionlearn has a range of free tools and resources for employers, unions and employees including the SkillsCheck tool – learners can carry out initial assessments of their English, maths, digital skills and other topics; Value My Skills – learners can undertake an analysis of their transferable skills; Apprenticeship Essentials – a range of interactive tools for apprentices and workers looking at apprenticeship opportunities; webinar sessions and soon to be released bite size e-learning modules. Further information can be found on our Learning at Home landing page at



National Numeracy Day 2020 takes place on 13 May with a day of online events to help with numeracy while the nation is at home. Helping children with maths, improving own self-confidence and getting to grips with finances… will all be covered.

You can also promote the National Numeracy Challenge to colleagues during Learning at Work Week On Air, Online.

The Challenge is a free website to help everyone check and improve their numeracy - the maths we use daily life and at work, like managing money, working out measurements or understanding percentages, rather than algebra or trigonometry.

In March 2020 the Challenge was updated with a whole new look, a new quick check so that it only takes around ten minutes to practise or check skills, videos, and increased flexibility, so colleagues can choose what they want to do.

Find out more and promote the National Numeracy Challenge