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Code: ASC 21/031 Adult Obesity (ASC)

This module looks at the issues regarding adult weight such as the causes and impact of obesity. It will help learners to understand what it means to be obese and who is at risk, explore why individuals become overweight or obese and the problems that being obese causes. It also looks at what social care practitioners can do to support service users with weight problems.

Code: ASC 21/032 Coercive Control (SC)

Coercive control is when a partner or family member continually behaves in a way which makes a person feel controlled, threatened, isolated or scared. People who are victims of, or are at risk of, domestic abuse are most likely to be at risk of coercive and controlling behaviour.

Code: ASC 21/033 Domestic Abuse (ASC)

This module is designed to increase your awareness of domestic abuse and looks at your responsibilities as a professional.

It looks at the possible signs and indicators of abuse, what action to take if someone discloses abuse to you and what help is available for victims of domestic abuse.

 

Code: COP 21/102 Fraud Prevention

Recent studies have revealed that UK business loses over £98 billion each year to fraud, and it’s a danger that every organisation should take steps to guard against. Managers need to ensure that controls are in place, whilst employees should be made aware of the warning signs of fraud. The Fraud Prevention module provides an introduction to the topic and a look at the different types of fraud, before going on to examine bribery, corruption and money laundering in more detail. We've also included a best practice guide for employees who suspect wrongdoing.

Code: COP 21/101 Introduction to First Aid

First aid is the provision of initial care for an illness or injury, usually performed by a non-expert person to a sick or injured person until definitive medical treatment can be accessed by a professional. This e-learning module on first aid should provide you with the basic knowledge to help someone in an emergency.

Code: ASC 21/034 Life Story Work (ASC)

Do you ever find it difficult to connect with someone you are supporting? How can you get to know the real person? In this module, you will learn how life story work can help tell someone’s story.

Code: COP 21/103 Managing Difficult Conversations in Performance Management

Performance management is of the utmost importance to the modern organisation, helping to align the objectives and development of individual workers to overall organisational goals. A key aspect of the process is, of course, tackling poor performance. This module is aimed at those (or those that aspire to be) in a managerial position. It deals with the difficult and challenging conversations that can arise when a team-member isn't performing to standard. We demonstrate how to spot early warning signs, take pre-emptive informal steps, provide support and, ultimately, how to move to formal processes.

Code: COP 21/104 Managing Others Effectively: Delegation and Planning

Managing Others Effectively consists of four modules. The first begins with a look at how to give effective feedback, while the second module examines dealing with absence and supporting people upon their return to work. The third stage explores the subject of delegation and planning, and we round things off with a summary of everything covered in the previous three modules, plus a short assessment designed to test the learner’s understanding. The aim of the suite is to provide you with practical guidance on managing the performance of others, so that your teams can perform at their best and deliver quality service. This suite includes the following modules: -

  • Effectively Dealing with absence - 15 minutes
  • Delegation and Planning - 15 minutes
  • Delivering Feedback - 15 minutes
  • Summary and Assessment - 15 minute

Code: COP 21/106 Managing Others Effectively: Delivering Feedback

Managing Others Effectively consists of four modules. The first begins with a look at how to give effective feedback, while the second module examines dealing with absence and supporting people upon their return to work. The third stage explores the subject of delegation and planning, and we round things off with a summary of everything covered in the previous three modules, plus a short assessment designed to test the learner’s understanding. The aim of the suite is to provide you with practical guidance on managing the performance of others, so that your teams can perform at their best and deliver quality service.

This suite includes the following modules:

  • Effectively Dealing with absence - 15 minutes
  • Delegation and Planning - 15 minutes
  • Delivering Feedback - 15 minutes
  • Summary and Assessment - 15 minutes

Code: COP 21/105 Managing Others Effectively: Summary and Assessment

Managing Others Effectively consists of four modules. The first begins with a look at how to give effective feedback, while the second module examines dealing with absence and supporting people upon their return to work. The third stage explores the subject of delegation and planning, and we round things off with a summary of everything covered in the previous three modules, plus a short assessment designed to test the learner’s understanding. The aim of the suite is to provide you with practical guidance on managing the performance of others, so that your teams can perform at their best and deliver quality service.

This suite includes the following modules:

  • Effectively Dealing with absence - 15 minutes
  • Delegation and Planning - 15 minutes
  • Delivering Feedback - 15 minutes
  • Summary and Assessment - 15 minutes

Code: ASC 21/035 Needlestick and Sharps Injuries (ASC/CSC)

This module is for health and social care practitioners who may be at risk of sharps injuries. The learning identifies best working practices that reduce the risk of sharps injuries. It also looks at your responsibilities and what you should do if you, or a colleague, sustain a sharp injury.

 

Code: COP 21/107 Office Safety

The Office Safety module has been designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to good health and safety practice in the workplace. We begin with a look at the roles and responsibilities of employees and managers, and proceed to outline the most common sources of office accidents – from slips, trips and falls to guarding against electrical hazards. The latest statistics from the UK’s Health and Safety Executive will draw the learner’s attention to potential pitfalls, whilst case studies and additional resources help to reinforce practical, real-world advice.

Code: ASC 21/036 Personal Resilience (ASC)

Personal resilience is an important quality for helping people adapt and develop effective coping strategies to stressful working conditions and improve wellbeing in the modern workplace.

Code: ASC 21/037 Personalisation (ASC)

This module starts by exploring the values and principles underpinning personalisation and the role of the social worker in delivering personalised services. It also looks at the different ways of receiving self-directed support and explains some of the concepts surrounding personalisation in practice.

Code: ASC 21/038 Preparing for Inspections (Social Care)

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) updated the inspection framework for health and social care in 2017 to align service inspections.

Code: ASC 21/039 Preventing Falls (ASC)

This module aims to give learners the knowledge they need to help keep people safe and independent in their own homes. It looks at how the risk of falls can be reduced, what to do in the event of a fall and the effects of falls and injuries

Code: ASC 21/040 Reablement

This module explores the ethos of reablement, who's involved and its benefits. It will also help the learner understand how individuals are assessed and supported during reablement.

Code: ASC 21/041 Role of the Social Worker in Adult Safeguarding

This module looks at the steps a social worker must take when dealing with a referral, the context of consent during the referral process, the purpose and outcomes of the strategy meeting and the role of the social worker in the process

Code: COP 21/110 Supporting Individuals M1: The Impact of Change for Managers

Completing this module will help you to consider the impact of change for you and your team. It will also enable you to prepare your team members for change and support them through the change process.

Code: COP 21/111 Supporting Individuals M2: The Impact of Change for Employees

Completing this module will help you to consider the impact of change. It will also help you to understand the need for change and how to cope with it.

Code: COP 21/108 Technology and Change: What's in it for you?

Some are fearful of the changes that technology is bringing about. Perhaps there's the worry of not being able to keep up, or the concern of being monitored or watched, or even that old values are being worn away. Others appear to embrace everything that's new.

This module looks at some of the issues surrounding technology and change. In particular how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is impacting on communities, the workplace, and us as individuals.

Code: ASC 21/042 The Care Act 2014: Assessments and support planning

One of two modules on The Care Act 2014

Code: ASC 21/043 The Care Act 2014: Financial planning and safeguarding

One of two modules on The Care Act 2014.

Code: ASC 21/044 What is Leadership? (ASC)

The National Skills Academy for Social Care Leadership Qualities Framework (LQF) sets out what good quality leadership should be for both individuals and organisations. This module looks at what leadership is, the qualities that people need to lead successfully and how to lead teams through times of change.

Code: CHS 21/028 What Is Leadership? (CSC)

The National Skills Academy for Social Care Leadership Qualities Framework (LQF) sets out what good quality leadership should be for both individuals and organisations. This module looks at what leadership is, the qualities that people need to lead successfully and how to lead teams through times of change

Code: COP 21/109 Working at Height

Each year since 2001 an average of 8,702 people in Great Britain have been seriously injured due to a fall from height. In the majority of cases, these falls could have been prevented had working at height regulations been fully adhered to. Our e-learning module will provide expert guidance on working at height, including pre-work assessments, safe use of ladders and HSE regulations.