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Code: BH 17/025 Accessible Information - Course by e-LfH

This course has been commissioned by the Department of Health and is hosted on an external site. Please click on the link below to access the training.

http://www.e-lfh.org.uk/programmes/accessible-information-standard/open-access-sessions/

As the course is externally hosted it is not possible to track usage through the Leaning Gateway but managers should monitor completion through PDPs and 1:1 discussions.

There are two courses. The introductory course explains the Accessible Information Standard and is mandatory to all staff in Health and Adult Social Care.

The second course is optional and builds upon your learning developing ideas to effectively support people with their communication needs.


Code: BH 16/022 Adult Social Care Knowledge Checks

This course is aimed at people working within adult social care

 

Knowledge checks to assist the assessment of competency in social care provider services.

 

Code: BH 21/035 Basic life support in care (iHASCO)

From assessing a casualty to providing them with CPR, this course provides you with everything you need to know to save a person's life.

 

This course is made up of 4 sections and a test. You must complete all sections of the course in order to access the test.

  • Introduction
  • 1. Basic Life Support for Adults
  • 2. Treating a Choking Child
  • 3. Obstructed Airways - Infants
  • 4. Training and Record Keeping

 

Code: BH 20/070 Basic Life Support: Adults

These modules look at how to respond to and support adults in the event of a medical emergency. Care and support staff in adult provider services are expected to have knowledge about the administration of basic life support. These modules, provided by the British Red Cross will help staff working in a range of settings to recognise when someone is experiencing a medical emergency and the required response.

Please note: As these modules are not hosted on the Learning Gateway there is no certificate of completion. Undertaking these modules is not a substitute for practical first aid training and does not qualify you as a workplace first aider. It is the responsibility of the manager to ensure that there is sufficient first aid cover in the workplace.

In the event that you are faced with a situation where you need to support someone in an emergency, you must only do so if you feel confident and competent to do so.

Code: BH 21/080 Brighton & Hove Sexual Health and Contraception Service (SHAC)

This two minute video provides an overview of the services provided by SHAC.

Code: BH 15/064 Care Act 2014

This course is aimed at anyone working in a caring role or who work with those who do. 

 

Note: This course is about the Care Act. This is not the same as the Care Certificate which is a different course.

 

 

The Care Act 2014 builds on recent reviews and reforms, replacing numerous previous laws, to provide a coherent approach to Adult Social Care in England. The Act and its Statutory Guidance consolidates and modernises the framework of care and support law. It set out new duties for local authorities and partners and new rights for service users and carers. 

 

The course covers the Act which aims to:

  • Outline clearer, fairer care and support
  • Place the emphasis on Wellbeing – physical, mental and emotional needs of both the person requiring care and their carers
  • Demonstrate how to prevent and positively offset the need for care and support
  • Put people in control of their care

This online learning course has 11 modules for you to access. You can complete any modules that are relevant to your role in any order.  Each module should take about 30 minutes to complete. 

These elearning modules are aimed at Professionals and Practitioners; the people who work, care, support and volunteer in:


• Adult Social Care
• Health
• Local authority partner organisations
• Social care providers
• Housing
• Support organisations in all sectors

 

Note: You will be issued with an Course Achievement Badge for each completed module.

There are resources connected to each module and a separate Resources section which contains information about the Care Act.

 

Code: BH 17/034 Care Certificate: Information and Knowledge Checks

The Information and Knowledge Checks are aimed at

  • staff who are new to working in Adult Social Care and have to complete the Care Certificate as part of their workplace induction. 
  • staff who have started working for a new employer.
  • staff in a new role who already have experience and / or a qualification in Adult Social Care and are required, through management assessment, to complete parts of the Care Certificate.
  • staff to refresh knowledge or to help identify areas for development. 

 

Code: BH 16/018 Care Certificate: Person Centred Values (Captivate)

This course is aimed at staff who are new to Care and Support or Health roles. 

This course is relevant to staff in provider services. It is particularly relevant to staff new to adult social care.

There are 15 standards included in the Care Certificate. Some will be partly covered in the modules for Person Centred Values and others are supported by other elearning or formal training courses.

The Person Centred Values course covers a number of components from the following Care Certificate standards:

 

  • Standard 1 - Understand Your Role
  • Standard 2 - Personal Development
  • Standard 3 - Duty of Care
  • Standard 5 - Work in a Person Centred Way
  • Standard 7 - Privacy and Dignity

Code: BH 21/060 Carers Centre

This video is aimed at anyone who wishes to know more about the Carers Centre or who cares for people or has a caring role. 

 

Note: This course cannot mark as complete. 

Code: BH 21/081 Change, Grow, Live

This eight minute video provides an overview of the work of Change, Grow, Live.

Code: BH 15/119 Chaperone Training

This course is aimed at all adults who would like to chaperone children in the entertainment business.

 

Please read the Gateway account instructions that you have been given carefully.  If you can not access thie elearning it maybe because you have not set up your Gateway account correctly.

 

The onine learning course covers:
  • Licences
  • The Law and its effects
  • Role of the chaperone
  • Child Safety

Code: BH 20/009 Communication and Recording

This course is aimed at people wanting to develop or refresh their knowledge of communication including people who are completing the Care Certificate

 

It will help you to meet the Care Certificate Standard 6 - Communication and Recording.

Code: BH 17/041 Continuing Healthcare Funding (CHC)

This course is mandatory for all staff undertaking Care Act assessments

 

To access the course click Continue in the box above.

 

Continuing Healthcare (CHC) Funding is National Health Service funding available to individuals to pay for their package of care and support when their primary support needs are due to their health needs.

 

 

Eligibility for Continuing Health Care Funding means that the provision of services that meet a person's health and social care needs are funded and delivered by the NHS and who has governance of this delivery.

 

 

Correctly identifying eligibility for Continuing Healthcare (CHC) Funding has financial benefits for the individual who might otherwise be self funding their care. It is illegal for a local authority to fund and provide care to those eligible for CHC funding (people who have a primary health care need) and without correct identification of people who might be eligible, the local authority might illegally fund and provide care to people, which would impact on the Community Care budget. Therefore, staff in Brighton & Hove City Council Assessment Services have an important role in identifying individuals who might be eligible for CHC Funding.

 

 

Note that as these courses are external, Learning Gateway has no control over these modules and cannot record any progress you make so will not be able to mark this course as complete.

Code: BH 19/021 County Lines, Gangs, Vulnerability and Exploitation

This course is intended to familiarise participants with some basic concepts in the field of gangs, vulnerability and exploitation. It comprises a short video presentation, some specific learning resources and a multiple-choice assessment based on case study scenarios.

 

The course is suitable for all staff working in a range of settings including families, children and adolescents; education; social care; housing providers; supported accommodation; regulatory services; community safety; mental health; public health.

 

Code: BH 19/012 Deaf Awareness

We hope this short series of YouTube videos will help you become more deaf aware. It suggests useful ways of working and communicating with deaf or or hard of hearing people.

 

Everyone's experience is different so this course should be seen as the start of a journey. It is not meant as a definitive description. 

 

Please suggest any content you think we should include here. We especially welcome feedback from the deaf community.

Code: BH 19/014 Dementia Awareness - Course by SCIE

This course covers all aspects of Dementia including:

 

  • What it is 
  • Living with it
  • Causes
  • Diagnosis and sources of help
  • Common difficulties and how to deal with them
  • The emotional impact
  • Positive communication

 

 

Note: This course is new and has replaced the previous Dementia course

Code: BH 22/007 Determining Eligibility under the Care Act 2014 (SCIE course)

Code: BH 21/037 Domestic Abuse - Foundation Elearning

This course is in development and is available for review. Please feedback any comments or changes to the address within the course. 

This elearning course is about safeguarding children from domestic abuse and violence.

It introduces you to the definitions, signs and indicators of abuse as well as what to do to address the issue.

There are three modules and to complete the course you must fully complete each module. 


Code: BH 21/038 Equality and Diversity in Care (iHASCO)

Designed for everyone who works in the care industry, looking at what equality and diversity means to you and the people you care for.

Code: BH 17/042 Families, Children & Learning e-Induction (LearningPool)

This course is aimed at staff who are new to working in Families, Children and Learning services at Brighton & Hove City Council.

 

All staff should also complete the full council induction.

Code: BH 21/025 FGM Awareness & Prevention (iHasco)

You'll learn how to recognise and respond to the warning signs of Female Genital Mutilation, as well as how to report and record your concerns.

Code: BH 20/062 Fluids and Nutrition

This presentation is for Care Crew new starters, working under Covid-19 social distancing circumstances, who need to have a good basic understanding of nutrition and hydration. Please note, there is no certificate of completion.

Code: BH 20/068 Food Safety & Hygiene - Level 2 - Course by iHasco

 

This course is free to council staff and some business partners. However, others will have to pay a small charge to access this course. 

 

  

This course on food Hygiene is made up of 4 sections and a test. You must complete all sections of the course in order to access the test.

  • Introduction
  • Hazards & Poisoning
  • Personal Hygiene
  • The 4 C's of Food Safety
  • Procedures & Premises              
  • Test

Code: BH 21/004 Gypsy, Roma and Traveller Awareness (GRT) (LearingPool)

This course focuses on Gypsy, Roma and Traveller (GRT) communities.

By the end of the course you will:

  • Identify the different Traveller groups
  • Have a knowledge and understanding of the history and culture of GRT communities
  • Be aware of historical and current inequalities affecting these groups
  • Be aware of the Council’s and your own responsibilities towards our GRT community

Code: BH 21/040 Handling Information in Care (iHASCO)

This course is for anyone who works in the Care industry. It'll help you understand the importance of confidentiality and how to safely and legally handle people's personal information.

 

Code: BH 20/101 HTST – Equalities and The Equality Act

This course is aimed at HTST drivers and VPAs who should complete this course every two years

Brighton and Hove is a cosmopolitan and diverse community. Children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities attending schools and colleges come from this diverse community and have a wide variety of needs. 

The Equality Act legally protects people from harassment, victimisation and discrimination in the workplace and in wider society on the grounds of certain 'protected characteristics'.

This module introduces the Equality Act and your role, as drivers and Vehicle Passenger Assistants (VPAs), in supporting children and young people in relation to equalities.

Code: BH 20/122 HTST – Introduction to your role as a HTST Driver or VPA

An introduction to the role of a driver or Vehicle Passenger Assistant (VPA) working with the Brighton and Hove Home to School Transport (HTST) service.

Code: BH 20/104 HTST – Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)

Children and Young People who use the Home to School Transport service in Brighton and Hove will all have a Special Educational Need or Disability (SEND).  



This module introduces the breadth and range of special educational needs and disabilities that drivers and VPAs might come across when transporting children and young people to school or college. It emphasises that children and young people may have more than one type of need and that some needs are either less visible or not visible at all. The need for respect and tolerance of those with these needs is acknowledged and reinforced throughout the module.



By the end of this E-learning module you will be able to: 



  • Describe the term special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and what it means. 
  • Review the broad range and categories of need of children and young people with SEND 
  • Recognise that some children and young people will have more than one type of special educational need and/or disability. 
  • Explain what respect and tolerance means for those with special educational needs and disabilities.  


We will ask drivers and VPAs to complete this course every two years. 


Code: BH 20/134 HTST Autism – support for Children and Young People on Home to School Transport

This module introduces autism and emphasises that not all CYP with autism respond in the same way. The common features of autism are described along with some facts and figures about how common autism is in CYP. The module describes how CYP with autism can struggle with social communication, have rigid ways of thinking, may have heightened senses and high levels of anxiety. The module suggests ways in which drivers and VPAs can help support CYP with autism and also includes some videos which help you understand what it might be like to have autism. This module is essential to ensuring that children and young people are happy, safe and well supported on their journeys.

Learning Objectives 

·List the common features of Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and what this might look like.

·Demonstrate an awareness of how people with ASC think and experience the world including how they process sensory information.

·Demonstrate some key strategies that can be used when supporting an autistic Child or Young Person (CYP).


Drivers and Vehicle Passenger Assistants (VPAs) employed by the HTST service. 


We will ask drivers and VPAs to complete this course every two years


Code: BH 20/130 HTST –Behaviour on HTST

This module is aimed at Drivers and Vehicle Passenger Assistants (VPAs) employed by the HTST service. 

This module introduces what behaviour is and underlines the fact that all behaviour Is a form of communication.

 Details of the types of behaviours that drivers and VPAs might experience are described. The module reinforces the need for drivers and VPAs to have reasonable expectations of CYP's behaviour and particularly those with SEND. 

The module describes why CYP with SEND may show a wider range of behaviours than other CYP, and provides examples of why this is the case. The module concludes with advice and practical strategies for drivers and VPAs in dealing and managing the behaviour of CYP on their journeys to and from school. 

This module is essential to ensuring that children and young people are happy, safe and well supported on their journeys.




Code: BH 21/002 HTST –Epilepsy – support for Children and Young People on Home to School Transport

This course aimed at HTST drivers and VPAs at Brighton & Hove City Council. 

It will help you :

  • Understand what Epilepsy is and what causes it.
  • Recognise the different types of seizures.
  • Identify an Epilepsy Care Plan and where to find relevant information for you as an HTST driver or VPA.
  • Be able to take appropriate action if a child or young person you are transporting has a seizure.

We ask drivers and VPAs to complete this course every two years


Code: BH 20/146 HTST- Language and Communication - Support for Children and Young People on Home to School Transport

This module provides information and guidance on working with Children and Young People (CYP) with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) who have a language and/or communication difficulty or disability. The course is aimed at supporting the work of drivers or Vehicle Passenger Assistants (VPAs) working with the Brighton and Hove Home to School Transport (HTST) service. 

Code: BH 20/125 HTST- Safeguarding on Home to School Transport

The module is aimed at Drivers and Vehicle Passenger Assistants (VPAs) employed by the HTST service.

The module introduces important responsibilities that drivers and VPAs have for safeguarding the children and young people they transport to and from school in their vehicles. 

It introduces the key differences between safeguarding and child protection and drivers and VPAs are provided with clear instructions as to what they should do if they have any safeguarding concerns about a child or young person. The content also underlines the council's code of conduct for HTST drivers and VPAs. Finally, the module provides information about the council's whistleblowing policy. 

This module is essential to ensuring that children and young people are happy, safe and well supported on their journeys.


Code: BH 21/008 Independent Advocacy under the Care Act 2014 (SCIE)

Code: BH 22/013 Infection Control by SCIE - For Adult Social Care staff

Infection prevention and control are essential to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This video-based course for care providers in care homes and home care will teach you about the spread of infection and what you can do to protect both yourself and the people you care for.

Understanding infection control will provide you with the tools to help prevent COVID-19 from spreading.

You will need a SCIE account, unless you already have one, to access this eLearning course.  Clicking on the eLearning link in this course will allow you to register for an account / login to your SCIE account.  Once your account is set up you will be able to access the eLearning course by following their instructions.

This is an external elearning course so please be aware that it cannot mark as complete on the Learning Gateway.  There is no certificate available on completion of this course.  Your SCIE account will record your completion of this course. 


Code: BH 19/035 Manual Handling (iHasco)

This course is free to council staff and some business partners. However, others will have to pay a small charge to access this course.

 

This course is intended to provide you with a basic knowledge and understanding of manual handling of loads. If  you are required to carry out manual handling activities as part of your job then you will need to attend specific manual handling too.  Please complete this eLearning module then book a place on the Safer Lifting and Handling of Loads training course through the Learning Gateway. Training should be refreshed every three years

 

This course is made up of 4 sections and a test. You must complete all sections of the course in order to access the test.

1. Your Back

2. Daily Tasks

3. LITE Assessment

 

4. Techniques

Code: BH 20/085 Mental Capacity Act (2005) Introduction - MCA

he Mental Capacity Act (2005) - Introduction

This course provides an overview of the Act and is relevant to staff supporting adults who may at times lack the capacity to make certain decisions.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course you will be able to:

  • describe the five key principles of the Mental Capacity Act
  • explain the relevance of the key principles to your work practice
  • describe good practice in supporting people making decisions
  • describe the two-stage test for capacity
  • describe some of the relevant measures in making best interest decisions

The Mental Capacity Act (2005) concerns individuals 16 years and over with an 'impairment or disturbance in the functioning of the mind or brain', who may at times lack the capacity to make a specific decision.  Professionals supporting such people have a duty to abide by the Mental Capacity Act and have regard to the Code of Practice.

Staff in HASC provider services must complete either the elearning or face to face Mental Capacity Act Briefing every three years. 

Code: BH 19/022 Modern Slavery (Skill Boosters)

 

This course is aimed at all staff

 

The course will give you an understanding of Modern Slavery and Brighton & Hove City Council's procedure for working with people that may have experienced Modern Slavery or Human Trafficking.

 

Note that this course contains two elearning modules and cannot mark as complete until both have been completed.

Code: BH 18/016 Person Centred Planning - One Page Profiles (SCIE)

How well do you know the people you support? What are their interests, likes and dislikes? How well do you know yourself? What are your own strengths? 

 

This course will guide you as you complete a one page profile on yourself.  You will develop your understanding of how these profiles can contribute to person centred practice. 

 

Whether you are a manager or a frontline practitioner, you'll benefit from having a one-page profile and understanding how they work.

 

This course was developed by the Social Care Institute for Excellence. It includes a five minute video, alternatively there is a transcript included if you do not have access to sound on your computer.

 

Code: BH 18/017 Personalisation (Course by SCIE)

This course from SCIE   is aimed at social care professionals and people receiving social care support. It will help you to understand personalisation and to explore what you can do to make personalisation happen.

By the end of this module you should have a better understanding about:

  • what personalisation means and why it's important
  • where the ideas behind personalisation come from
  • how people are putting the ideas behind personalisation into practice
  • what a personalised care and support system looks like and what it can offer people
  • how you can be a part of making personalisation happen

Code: BH 20/140 Positive Behaviour Support (Course by BILD)

Due to the current Covid-19 training restrictions, this free, easy to access and good quality elearning Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Awareness course provides a straightforward introduction to PBS. It explains PBS, putting values into practice, how behaviour works and PBS interventions. This elearning course can be used for induction, as well as a refresher.

This elearning course takes about 3 or 4 hours to complete and can be done in small bite size chunks to suit your learning style.

Please note for those services who are signed up to PBS Sussex, new staff must complete the BILD course and provide a course certificate before attending Restrictive Physical Interventions training.This face to face training will be risk assessed arranged with specific service managers. To obtain the BILD PBS course certificate you must complete the online assessment. Please note; this isn't applicable to external organisations who want to access an introductory course to PBS.

This is an external elearning course so please be aware that it cannot mark as complete on the Learning Gateway. So for your own training record please ensure you save and retain your BILD PBS course certificate from the elearning course.

Code: BH 20/103 Quality Improvement DRAFT

Code: BH 21/009 Reablement for Care workers (SCIE)

This course will help care workers

 

  • understand what reablement is
  • give you knowledge of key elements of reablement services
  • understand how the approach differs from traditional home care
  • feel more confident in your day-to-day work

Code: BH 18/032 Recruiting for Values in Adult Social Care

This course is in development - please ignore it for now.

 

 

This elearning course is for Recruiting Managers in Adult Social Care as well as those staff who have a responsibility for recruitment. This course is available to those Adult Social Care staff who work in the Council and the Independent and Voluntary Sector.

 

 

Code: BH 18/034 Research in Practice - (Rip)

This course is aimed at service practitioners It will be of particular interest to you if you work with children, young people or families.

 

Research in Practice provides a range of resources and learning opportunities based on academic research, practice expertise and evidence from service users.

Publications on mental health, learning disabilities, strength-based working, adult safeguarding, complex working, and more are available.

 

 

Code: BH 20/029 Safeguarding Adults

All people who support adults who are at risk of abuse or neglect should know how to safeguard them from harm.

This not only includes front line staff working in adult social care services but anyone who provides services to people including adults, for example, housing, leisure, libraries or reception staff.

This course aims to raise your awareness of how we safeguard adults in Brighton & Hove.

The course will take about 60 minutes to complete and uses a series of questions and scenarios.

Staff in HASC provider services must complete either the Safeguarding Adults elearning or Safeguarding Adults Basic Awareness course every three years. 

Code: BH 20/075 Safeguarding Children

This course is useful to anyone who comes into contact with children, works with children or who works in a service that applies to them.

This course explores safeguarding issues, the signs and types of abuse as well as online safety issues and an overview of the referral process.


Code: BH 20/126 Safer Handling of Children - Interim COVID-19 Distance Learning

This course is suitable for Children’s Services and CVS practitioners and carers whose role involves lifting and handling of children and must be completed before undertaking any handling of children in the workplace.

 

It is an introductory course offered as a partial replacement to the suspended face to face Safer Handling of Children basic awareness training. The course covers the knowledge and theory elements of the basics of safer handling of children & young people, the importance of safe practice for your own health and wellbeing and for the children & young people you support. It gives an overview of what not to do and descriptions of correct safer handling of children & young people procedures.

 

There is a multiple choice assessment to be completed at the end of the course. You must obtain 80% in order to pass the course and can take the assessment multiple times.

 

After completing this elearning course and passing the online assessment you must not undertake a safer handling of children task in your workplace until you have been assessed as competent to do so by a suitably experienced and trained member of staff in your workplace.

 

 

 

Code: BH 15/083 Safer Recruitment (Lectora)

This module covers the requirements needed to ensure that people who may pose a risk or who are unsuitable to work with children or adults at risk, are not recruited by Brighton & Hove City Council.

All managers in Children's Services and Adult Social Care who have responsibility for recruiting staff must complete the Safer Recruitment elearning module.

Code: BH 20/077 Suicide Awareness

This course links to training from the Zero Suicide Alliance.

 

Gateway Module is a 5 minute introduction which could give you the skills to help someone considering suicide. It will give you tips on how to approach someone if you are worried they may be considering taking their own life.

 

ZSA Suicide Awareness Training is a more in depth session of about 20 minutes. It aims to give you the skills and confidence to help someone who may be considering suicide. It focuses on breaking stigma and encouraging open conversations. 

Code: BH 16/003 Supporting Children with English as an Additional Language (EAL)

This Supporting Children with English as an Additional Language in the Early Years elearning module is aimed at EAL Practitioners and those who work with refugee and newly arrived families and children.  It may also be informative and useful for all staff who work in schools and in Early Years.

 

This course explains how to ensure children with English as an Additional Language (EAL) have and make a positive start during their early years.

The elearning module covers;

  • Bilingualism and multilingualism
  • What Parents Say
  • Parent Worries
  • Good Practice
  • Examples of the experiences and stories of children with EAL
  • What EMAS does

In addition there are also some useful resources

 

Code: BH 21/085 Tackling age bias - The multi-generational workforce (Skillbosters)

This course sets out the benefits of an age-diverse workforce and provides guidance on best practice for tackling age bias and supporting staff at every stage of their working lives.

Bias around age often means that employers are failing to reap many benefits and employees of all ages are falling victim to negative stereotypes, with worrying implications for their careers. 

Having an age-diverse workforce enables organisations to draw on a broad mix of ideas, skills and experience while at the same time gaining key insights into the needs of multi-generational customers and service-users. 

Code: BH 20/076 The Many Faces of Exploitation (HTST relevant)

During the following module you will gain an understanding of exploitation how it can manifest itself in various ways.

 

Child Protection is an emotive subject, if the details in this module bring up any issues for yourself, that you feel you need to talk to anyone about.

 

Call the Front door for Families on 01273 290400

Code: BH 17/028 Working in a Diverse Community

 

These resources on diversity should be useful for all staff and residents

 

In Brighton & Hove we are proud of our many diverse communities.

Even so, there are still issues around discrimination and ignorance.

This course will contain learning from a variety of different communities. This will help inform many and eradicate discrimination and prejudice.

Note: This course is not intended to mark as complete.

Code: BH 21/036 Your personal development in care (iHASCO)

During this course, you'll learn how to plan your personal development, how to self-learn, and the importance of listening to good quality, constructive feedback