Taking Health and Social Training as E-Learning Courses
Health and social care courses cover a wide range of topics and are designed to train delegates with the knowledge to develop their skills in caring for others in health or social care settings. It is important that learners choose the right courses to further them in their chosen career, although it is possible with e-learning courses to take more than one concurrently to speed up the learning process.
We offer a wide range of health and social training courses available on an e-learning basis across the spectrum of both adult and young person’s care; categorised, these include:
Individual Centred - Chair Based Exercise Training - Person Centred Care - Dignity and Privacy - Learning Disability Awareness - End of Life Care Dementia Awareness - Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty training
Safeguarding - Safeguarding Adults - Safeguarding Children On the Job - Handling Information in a Care Setting - Infection Control - Safe Handling of Medicines - Infection Prevention and Control
Personal Development - Personal Development - Understanding your Role in Care
The benefits of taking an e-learning course can outweigh those of attending a course in person; we know it can be off-putting to think about training at home, but for some it is the best option around work commitments, childcare, or indeed, their everyday care commitments if already in a caring role. The majority of e-learning courses are delivered in units, which can be picked up as and when the delegate is ready, which again makes them a great option for anyone who has to study around other commitments.
Anyone interested in starting an e-learning course should expect to have appropriate resources to aid their learning; this will include a computer/tablet with video capabilities, a quiet place to study and typical materials to take notes and revise from.