Suspension of training until end of December 2020.
All face to face training is now suspended until the end of December 2020 and courses for 2021 will be reviewed in due course. This excludes First Aid training where we are running a full programme of face to face events with additional control measures in placeMany courses are now available as online learning sessions so please search the Gateway to find events relevant to your needs as usual
Our elearning courses remain available through the Learning Gateway including courses covering the following topics
- Care Certificate
- Care Act (2014)
- Health & Safety
- Infection Prevention and Control
- Business Continuity
- Risk Management
- Safeguarding Adults
- Safeguarding Children
- Domestic Abuse
- Skype for Business
- Stress Management and Wellbeing.. and more
We have created a new category “Remote Working” in eLearning, where we have grouped some courses together so they’re easy to find.
Additionally there are new courses freely available relevant to the social care workforce and we also encourage use of FutureLearn
.E-LfH Coronavirus E-learning modules
These modules are now freely available from E-learning for Health (E-LfH) and are available to the health and social care workforce. They contain key information from E-LfH’s catalogue of content as well as curated content from other trusted organisations. Content includes essential guidance from Public Health and the World Health Organisation and covers infection prevention and control.
The Workforce Development Team is working with sector skills councils on training requirements in the present Covid-19 pandemic and looking to expand our distance learning offer.
If you are a manager in BHCC Adult Social Care and have staff in need of and able to attend face to face training please contact email@example.com
Similarly, for Families, Children and Learning, please contact Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org