Forced Marriage e-Learning
This course has been developed with the Forced Marriage Unit of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Home Office. It aims to raise awareness, challenge perceptions and inform you of the correct actions to take should you suspect someone is at risk.
After completing this training you will be able to:
- Recognise the warning signs of forced marriage
- Take the right actions to help protect the potential victim
- Co-operate effectively with other agencies
End of Life Care
End of Life Care for All (e-ELCA) is an e-learning project, commissioned by the Department of Health to support the implementation of the End of Life Care Strategy (July 2008).
E-ELCA aims to enhance the training and education of health & social care staff involved in delivering end of life care to people, so that well informed high quality care can be delivered by competent and confident staff and volunteers, wherever the person happens to be.
There are over 150 highly interactive sessions of e-learning within the e-ELCA. These are arranged in four modules:
- Advanced care Planning
- Communication skills
- Symptom management, comfort and well being
NHS England and the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) have launched an enhanced ‘Ambitions for Palliative and End of Life Care’ website – the new go-to place for resources and learning on palliative and end of life care.
In the next phase of development, individuals and organisations will be able to submit resources and tools for uploading to the website. Further information is available on this blog that explains the development, process and vision of this valuable new resource. To find out more please contact email@example.com.
Identifying and dealing with domestic abuse
This online course gives learners an awareness of what domestic violence and abuse is and how to identify it, whilst also describing best practice when supporting those experiencing domestic abuse.
To access you’ll need to register. To do this enter our Registration Code 1RLS8.
Dementia is becoming increasingly prevalent, both due to our ageing population and improved recognition of the condition. However, the nature of dementia means that managing the condition can pose unique and sometimes difficult issues, both in the community and in hospital. The Dementia e-learning sessions have been designed to familiarise health and social care staff with recognising, understanding, assessing and managing dementia, and with providing high-quality dementia care.
These sessions have been written by subject matter experts in both psychiatry and medicine for the elderly. They support the implementation of both the National Dementia Strategy and the Prime Minister’s Challenge on Dementia, and also offer further information in line with relevant legislation, such as the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Continuing Health Care
The CHC training tool is designed to enhance and develop the knowledge and application of NHS Continuing Healthcare to all practitioners involved in the breadth of the process and to provide a uniform approach to a national standard. Topics covered include the legal background to NHS Continuing Healthcare policy, high quality assessment and decision-making, dealing with disputes, and skills training for staff involved in NHS Continuing Healthcare.
Accessible Information Standard e-Learning
e-Learning for Healthcare in partnership with NHS England have produced an interactive e-learning resource to support all health and social care staff to effectively apply and follow the Accessible Information Standard. The Standard tells organisations how they should make sure that people with disabilities, impairments or sensory loss receive information in formats that they can understand and receive appropriate support to help them to communicate.
There are a range of E-Books on our website that are only available to members. If you are employed by Leeds or Wakefield and would like to join to access these resources, then email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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