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An introduction to Learning Blocks – What are they?

An introduction to Learning Blocks – What are they?

17 Jul 2015

If you’ve read the CL brochure, or used the CL pages hosted on this site, you might see a reference to “learning blocks” – but what are they?

Put simply, learning blocks are the currency schools use to book training. Blocks are traded in return for consultancies, training and visits offered via the CL scheme. Typically, training will be offered for one or two blocks, but these vary according to the length and intensity of any training or consultancy offered. On the CL section of this website, you can examine different areas of training and see how much each individual training / consultancy session will cost, and deduct from your blocks accordingly.

The amount of blocks you receive depends on the level of the CL partnership scheme you have purchased.

As you can see, schools which are level one subscribers receive no learning blocks; those on level two receive an allocation of fifty blocks, and the comprehensive CL package (level 3) offers 110 learning blocks.

Those schools which either have not purchased a CL package (level one) or have used up their allocation of learning blocks for the year can purchase additional blocks for a fee, set out in the table below:

As you can see, in terms of cost per block, Level 3 offers the best value for money compared to the Level 2 and Level 1 CL packages. Any subsequent block purchases will be invoiced by the Business Unit after purchase. Schools can keep track of their block entitlements via your account dashboard after logging into the site.

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