An e-Learning Training Provider often refers to an organization that provides the ability to deliver e-Learning on a digital platform and support or provide content to drive e-Learning for other organizations. There will be different options, depending on the industry, but an organization will be willing to provide solutions based on your organizational requirements. This can range from an e-Learning Training Provider delivering e-Learning only, rather than a Learning Management System, often referred to as a complete solution.
A complete solution e-Learning training provider for Health and Social Care, will help your organization guide a more organized and focused approach to your Learning and Development strategy. This will drive and enhance many benefits for your Health and Social Care organization.
What e-Learning should a training provider provide?
In Health and Social Care, an e-Learning Training Provider should deliver a range of e-Learning courses that will support and interact with your care staff’s development. Many training providers will review their content often to ensure it is kept up-to-date with legislation and regulations.
There are courses known as ‘Mandatory Training’ courses which mean workers within the sector are required to undertake adequate induction training and annual refresher training to remain up-to-date with regulatory requirements. These training courses within Health and Social Care commonly include:
• Health and Safety
• Fire Safety
• Equality and Diversity
• Infection Prevention and Control
• Manual Handling
• Food Hygiene/ Food Safety Awareness
These e-Learning courses are for Health and Social Care and are designed to stay aligned with basic regulatory requirements in the Health and Social Care sector. To get real value out of your e-Learning courses for your organization, we recommend making a checklist of which CPD courses are available to support your organization and will suits and support your Learning and Development strategy.
Why is a Learning Management System (LMS) a good way to deliver my e-Learning?
Whilst e-Learning is often provided by the training provider, it’s also worth noting how the e-Learning needs to be delivered. Some providers might not offer a full solution to Learning and Development, and you might be wondering how you can incorporate a training platform, alongside e-Learning.
Many e-Learning courses can and are delivered through a Learning Management System (LMS), and support numerous types of learning styles. Health and Social Care organizations can utilize an LMS that aligns and supports them to deliver their Learning and Development strategy. An LMS doesn’t just deliver e-Learning, but can also provide additional value that will automate your processes and save admin time when it comes to reporting and managing your team’s compliance.
A key benefit to having an LMS for Health and Social Care is to support organisations’ evidence compliance, when it comes to inspections by CQC or other regulatory bodies. An intuitive LMS and accredited courses will also provide additional benefits to your staff, allowing them to manage their own learning journey and stay up-to-date with Mandatory Training, complete adequate induction training, and annual refresher training.
If you’d like to learn more about our full suite of over 100 CPD-certified courses, and intuitive LMS built for the Health and Social Care sector. You can book a free obligation free consultation at https://www.mylearningcloud.org.uk/contact/book-a-consultation