A free account gives you access to a wide range of our courses, whereas a paid subscription gives you unlimited access to all of our courses
Learn more about Adult Support and Protection with this interactive awareness course.
Learn how to create and implement a Partnership to Care within your role as a carer.
Learn to develop a better awareness of mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities.
Developing personalised records for how to support certain individual's health and wellbeing needs.
Learn about the role of unpaid carers and how you can support and assist them, as well as the cared-for person
Communication is an essential part of a caring relationship, and helps to encourage trusting relationships.
This course explores how care staff can provide quality support for individuals in end of life care.
Learn more about Diabetes and the ways that it affects the ageing population.
Learn about the Duty of Candour procedure and why it is important to be open and honest when things go wrong.
This course is designed to help you understand what duty of care is all about, and your responsibilities.
An introduction to the causes, symptoms and treatments of epilepsy, and tips for providing quality care.
Discover why equality and diversity is so important in health and social care.
Understand the principles of hydration, nutrition and food safety.
Highlights your essential duties to help you ensure that your environment remains safe and secure.
An introduction to the inspection process & grading system used by the Care Inspectorate.
An introduction to the inspection process & rating system used by the Care Quality Commission.
A quick introduction to the Care Certificate.
Older adults experience different types of loss. Learn about loss of memory, a family member and independence.
Care staff are provided with the knowledge required to confidently manage medication within the workplace.
Feeling capable and confident enough to undertake medication tasks is a must for care workers.
Learn about roles and terminology used in Acts related to mental capacity in England and Wales, and Scotland.
Learn about different disorders, symptoms and management of mental health conditions in older adults.
This course allows learners to understand that slavery isn't solely an issue confined to the history books.
An introduction to roles, responsibilities and principals of working within care in the UK.
Understand how to foster privacy and dignity for people receiving care and support.
Lean about risk assessing, how to risk assess and how to maintain a safer residential care environment
Specifically designed for people who need to be trained in both child protection and adult safeguarding.
Adult safeguarding is a way of working and thinking that protects adults with care and support needs
Learn more about Self Directed Support and how it can benefit those in your care.
Focus on the skills needed for care at home workers and how to develop them
Understand what a stroke is, the signs and symptoms and how to better support those who have had a stroke.
Learn how to understand dementia and become more confident in your care role
Understand what your role as a health and social care worker entails.
Learn more about arthritis, the ways it can affect people's lives and how to give the best care and support.
Learn about the symptoms and treatments of depression to provide support and care for older adults.
Learn more about Osteoporosis the ways it can affect people's lives and how to give the best care and support.
This course will give you the knowledge and skills to help you work in a person-centred way.