SUPPORT WORKER TRAINING
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The Care Certificate is a set of 15 standards for support workers introduced by the Cavendish review to ensure high quality care.
Find cost effective ways to keep up with mandatory training and much more. Find out about the benefits of eLearning for support workers
THE CARE CERTIFICATE
The Care Certificate aims to improve the quality of care provided by support workers. New workers are expected to work through the 15 standards as part of their induction.
The Care Certificate & eLearning
The Care Certificate is awarded by employers who assess knowledge and work- based competency. eLearning can be a cost-effective way to acquire and demonstrate the knowledge aspects of the Certificate.
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eLearning is a cost effective and convenient way to cover statutory and mandatory training for all types of workers.
Flexible e-Learning is key to "reducing the need for day release and cutting down face to face training" costs - Janine Smith NHS Ealing
Quality eLearning is can reduce training costs without compromising standards. It can also minimise disruption by reducing time out of the office.
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The Skills For Health/ NSA e-Learning platform is excellent and very user friendly. We manage our courses and check participation all in one place
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Support Worker Training Courses
Using the Skills Platform, you can search for Face to Face Training Courses on a Variety of topics. Here are just some ideas:
MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP
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