Who is it for?

Are you struggling to maintain an active group of members? Do you want your members to be more involved in decision making? Anyone from a co-op who works with members will get a lot out of this engaging and interactive eLearning course.

What will I learn?

This eLearning course is your first step to a comprehensive overview of the 'how' and 'why' of membership engagement.

Membership engagement isn't just about recruiting more and more members - some co-ops have hundreds of members, others have just a handful. The key is for members to have a meaningful say in the direction of your organisation. Co-ops should reflect their communities and be responsive to their needs, engaging existing members while also attracting new ones.

As we make our way through the course we'll cover: 

  • Different types of co-op and how members engage with them
  • The different routes someone might take to become a member of a co-op
  • Examples of how to successfully engage members and why it's so important
  • How values and principles drive the engagement of members
  • Case studies from around the world that explore the role of members and how they are engaged

How will I learn?

This bite-sized, online learning works on all devices and is really easy to use. Just scroll through the slides, watch the videos and answer a short quiz at the end. It can be accessed wherever and whenever you choose, even when they’re on the move. This module is an interactive, highly engaging course to help you learn quickly, saving you time and money.

Click below to purchase this course. You will receive your log-in information within 7 days.

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You can also purchase this course along with the rest of our Co-op Essentials package for £45, a saving of £10 compared to purchasing each course separately. These 5 informative and interesting courses are your first step to a comprehensive overview of co-ops: what they are, where they came from and what makes them tick.

Or if you would like to know more about our eLearning courses just get in touch at [email protected] or give us a call on 0161 819 3013.