Index of e-Learning Training Resources
Freedom to Speak Up in Healthcare in England
The National Guardians Office has launched a Freedom to Speak Up in Healthcare in England programme. Targeted at managers at all levels, it provides learners with the tools to foster a speaking up culture, with a focus on listening and understanding the barriers to speaking up.
Perinatal Mental Health
The Perinatal Mental Health programme has been designed to help educate and develop the workforce caring for people with perinatal mental health issues. This programme currently provides courses across three key areas:
Perinatal Mental Health
Perinatal Mental Health for Health Visitors
Perinatal Mental Health for Occupational Therapists
Care Certificate for Support Workers
The care certificate identifies 15 standards which all health and care support workers should undertake training in. The majority of this training can now be accessed free of charge via e-Learning for Healthcare.
Improving Mouth Care and Mouth Care for Adults
By the end of this course, you will:
Recognise why taking care of the mouth is important
Be introduced to basic mouth care
Know the importance of caring for your own mouth
Recognise the need to take care of someone else's mouth
Be aware of the causes of dental disease
Recognise the need to report any oral health concerns
To access the course you need to register and log-in to the e-Learning for Healthcare portal.
Paramedic CPD Modules
Paramedic eLearning is a suite of Continuing Professional Development modules for Paramedics working in a variety of settings. These online modules have been developed with the aim of providing ‘bite-sized’, interactive learning experiences that function well on a variety of mobile devices.
Each module consists of up to ten individual sessions that should each take no more than 15 minutes to complete. Each session includes the same sections:
COVID-19 Vaccination Theoretical Training
The COVID-19 Vaccination e-learning programme is designed to provide the health and care workforce involved in the national COVID-19 vaccination programme with the knowledge they need to confidently promote high uptake of the vaccine and deliver the vaccine programme effectively.
The programme currently consists of one core knowledge session, which covers subjects including vaccine eligibility and legal aspects, and an accompanying multiple-choice assessment session. All those undertaking this e-learning should complete the core knowledge session as this is designed to provide essential knowledge about COVID-19 and the key principles of vaccination needed to deliver the vaccine.
This e-learning programme provides theoretical training. Practical training in vaccine administration, and assessment and sign-off competency is also required before administering the COVID-19 vaccine.
Cancer Early Diagnosis Courses
GatewayC’s interactive online courses are all RCGP accredited and can be used to earn CPD credits. Their courses are developed by GPs and other specialists, providing valuable insights from those regularly dealing with specific cancers. All courses are regularly reviewed and updated to reflect new clinical guidance, with new modules in development for other cancers.
Early Diagnosis courses include:
Faecal Immunochemical Test (FIT)
Metastatic Prostate Cancer
Prostate Cancer – Responding to a PSA Screening Request
Symptomatic Prostate Cancer
Restorative Just and Learning Culture
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust have developed free online training around Just and Learning Culture help ensure your organisation has a fair, open and learning culture. This is aimed at HR staff, but accessible to all.
eGPlearning – Digital Technology
Hussain ‘DrGandalf’ Gandhi provides a range of services to improve digital primary care. This includes health tech consultancy, social media training for clinicians, video consultation skills training and med tech reviews.
Prescribing, Therapeutics and Medicines Management
SCRIPT is an eLearning programme to improve safety and competency among healthcare professionals around prescribing, therapeutics and medicines management. They have programmes in:
Medicine and Surgery
Personalised Care Institute
The Personalised Care Institute is a virtual organisation, accountable for setting the standards for evidence-based training in personalised care in England.
Learners of all levels and in all health and care roles can access their flexible eLearning. Learners can track their progress, test their learning and join group learning opportunities, as well as access resources and training from other high-quality providers.
Training providers are able to apply for programmes to become accredited by the Personalised Care Institute against the standards set in the personalised care curriculum.
Commissioners of personalised care training in England will utilise their list of high quality providers with accredited programmes to deliver training to their healthcare teams.
All Our Health e-Learning Sessions
The All Our Health e-learning sessions have been developed to provide a bite-sized introduction to the wide range of topics covered within the All Our Health framework. Within these sessions, you’ll find signposting to trusted sources of helpful evidence, guidance and support. You can dip in and out of the content as and when you need it.
Currently, there are 25 All Our Health e-learning sessions available covering a wide variety of public health topics.
All Our Health supports system wide priorities on prevention, including those within the NHS Long Term Plan, by providing support and practical guidance for all health and care professionals on how to embed prevention within their work, helping to reduce health inequalities, premature morbidity and mortality.
What is public health?
What makes us healthy?
Making Every Contact Count - health and wellbeing information
Make Every Contact Count (MECC) enables the delivery of consistent and concise health and wellbeing information and encourages individuals to engage in conversations about their health at scale across organisations and populations. MECC is for everyone, it is not restricted to one person, profession or organisation.
Health literacy is about people having enough knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence to use health information, to be active partners in their care, and to navigate health and social care systems. Therefore, to access, assess and apply health information, people need to be health literate.
Almost everyone thinking about suicide doesn’t want to stop living – they just want to stop the pain and distress they are feeling. The purpose of this programme is to support the ambition of reducing the stigma associated with suicide, to help everyone see that simply asking someone how they are and talking about suicide can really help. The programme supports learning and development in suicide competence at Level One.
It has been developed for the wider public health workforce including voluntary sector, emergency services, prison staff and prison listeners and all staff in health and social care.