E-learning is simply computer or internet supported learning or training.
As with all training, managers must remember that its their responsibility to ensure that the learning is successfully transferred into practice via observation, assessment and professional discussion in supervision.
Adult safeguarding is about looking out for the people around us and protecting them from harm. Find out about the SCIE e-learning resource for safeguarding adults.
Training programmes using the e-learning route are being developed at a rapid pace as an effective means of learning and development for staff. Increasingly, health and social care training needs overlap and some of the available health modules are available for social care staff to access. Whilst this dementia module is designed with health staff in mind, it nevertheless offers some good learning opportunities for staff. If your employer is registered with NMDS-SC you should be able to access this programme.
An exciting new e-learning package has been developed to increase awareness and understanding of malnutrition and swallowing difficulties.
The module is for all staff with a responsibility for feeding patients to give the skills needed to understand, prevent and treat these difficulties more effectively.
It is everyone's responsibility to manage malnutrition and swallowing difficulties in the people they care for.
If you need to register, please download the form at the bottom of the page, complete it and email back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
An exciting new addition to the partnership's e-learning portfolio, with over 30 social care topics that are standards compliant.
Social Care TV are also a National Skills Academy for Social Care recognised provider.
A free resource that includes the following topics:
If you are unable to view documents of these types, our downloads page provides links to viewing software.
This page was last updated on 22 November 2016