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The progress of learners taking online courses can be tracked through our online web servers which provide powerful auditing and reporting functionality such as when a course was taken and passed, together with the results. Managers can look at learning patterns, helping to understand when and how learners prefer to undertake continuing education. Managers can login to our unique web based database and demonstrate current staff training levels or can run sophisticated reports for courses taken online on diverse regional or local data and thus identify those homes or areas that do not meet current group Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) or are not in line with group policies.

When combined with the new rating systems for care homes, this becomes a powerful way of understanding root causes of issues that may be resulting in a adverse rating from the regulator.

The courses meet the requirements for Skills for Care medication knowledge sets together with the National Minimum Standards in England, Scotland and Wales. All our materials are designed to complement current guidance issued by the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI), the Scottish Commission for Regulation of Care (SCRC), and Care and Social Services Inspectorate Wales (CSSIW).

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Latest Courses
Core Module (Safe handling of medication)
Assessing Competency in Medication Handling
Epilepsy Module
Diabetes Module
Advanced Module
Domicilary Care Module
Generic Systems Training (MDS Training)
Mental Health in Social Care
Invasive Techniques
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