There are lots of benefits to e-learning including personalised learning and you are not bound by geography or time.
National Trading Standards
This resource has been designed to assist professionals and practitioners who will be interacting with victims of scams, this includes but is not limited to; social workers, community nurses, volunteers and befrienders. The E-Learning will give you an understanding of the scale of the problem of scams, an insight into the behaviour of the criminals behind scams, an understanding of the legislation that can be used to support scam victims and to prosecute criminals behind scams, and practical advice on how best to support a victim of scams.
Practitioner E-Learning Course
Adult safeguarding is about looking out for the people around us and protecting them from harm. Anyone can find themselves in a difficult situation where there is a possibility that they might be harmed, but when the situation involves someone who needs extra support – known as 'an adult with safeguarding needs’ – the situation becomes critical.
The resource explores the following questions:
- What is 'adult safeguarding’ and how does it affect each and every one of us?
- How do I recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse?
- What can I do if I suspect that someone is being harmed?
- What should I do if I believe someone is being harmed but the person asks me to keep the information confidential and take no action?
- What can I do to make it much less likely that a person might be harmed?
- How do I ensure that adult safeguarding is managed correctly in the context of the Mental Capacity Act 2005
Better Care Fund guidance - SCIE
Better Care Fund - Delivering integrated care webinars and resources
A series of webinars from Social Care Institute of Excellence were held in April and May 2017. These were based on the Delivering integrated care masterclasses they held across England in February and March 2017.
Each webinar included:
a short presentation by a subject expert
examples and case studies from across the country
Q&A session where you can post your own questions and comments to the speakers, and to other participants.
If you missed the opportunity to join the webinars and masterclasses you still have the opportunity to access recordings of the webinars.
Carers UK Professionals e-learning
Home Office PREVENT e-learning
The Home Office have produced introductory e-learning training on PREVENT.
The training offers an introduction to the Prevent duty, and explains how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves.
The training provides an important foundation on which to develop further knowledge around the risks of radicalisation and the role that you can play in supporting those at risk.
This training addresses all forms of terrorism and non-violent extremism, including far right wing and Islamist extremism threatening the UK.
This learning package uses an interactive mix of video, paper, and screen based exercises.
Workshop to Raise Awareness of Prevent (WRAP)
In addition to the e-leaning provided by the Home Office above Lewisham Safeguarding Adults Board offers a joint workshop with Lewisham Safeguarding Children Board to raise awareness of prevent.
Find out more about this workshop and book your place.
Channel General Awareness
Channel General Awareness e-learning provides information on Channel and what your duties and responsibilities are.
Who Cares UK
Everyone who commissions or provides regulated health and social care services that are publicly arranged and/or funded is legally bound to comply with the Human Rights Act 1998. This means that these organisations must act in ways which respect and protect the human rights of service users, such as the right to life or the right to private and family life.
Video-based training modules have been developed by Who Cares UK
with funding from the Equality and Human Rights Commission
to create a better understanding among those working in health and social care of the human rights of people with various disabilities.
The modules are aimed at frontline health and social care staff but may also benefit anyone working with disabled people in a paid or unpaid capacity.