Statutory and Mandatory Training - e-Learning for Healthcare
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About the Statutory and Mandatory Training programme

The UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) sets out 10 statutory and mandatory training topics for all staff working in health and social care settings. The CSTF includes nationally agreed learning outcomes and training delivery standards.

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) has worked with a range of subject matter experts to develop high quality, national e-learning training sessions, which address all the knowledge outcomes at level 1 and 2 and at level 3, where appropriate for e-learning.

The sessions are freely available to all health and social care staff.

It is the responsibility of individual health and social care employer organisations to ensure that their workforce complete the appropriate training to comply with their statutory and mandatory requirements. It is also an employer’s responsibility to determine the best mode of delivering the training, whether that is face-to-face, e-learning or a blended approach. The CSTF provides further guidance on this.

http://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk

The statutory and mandatory training has been redesigned as short and interactive e-learning sessions which include scenarios, case studies and knowledge checks. Each session takes about 20 minutes to complete and can be accessed via mobiles and tablets.

e-Learning sessions 

  • Level 1

  • Level 2

  • Level 3

eAssessments

These are mini e-learning sessions, one for each topic and level in the CSTF, which pose two, randomly selected, multiple-choice questions per learning outcome. We advise learners to allow about 10 minutes to complete each session. The eAssessments have an 80% pass rate and allow learners three attempts. If they fail, they are encouraged to review the e-learning session. As learners work through the eAssessment, they get feedback on both correct and incorrect answers.

 

 

  • Level 1

  • Level 2

  • Level 3

Project team

  • Claire Heaney

    Claire Heaney

    Project Manager, HEE
  • Andi Blackmore

    Project Manager, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • e-LfH staff - Paula Casey

    Paula Casey

    Instructional Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare
  • Karen Walker - ID

    Karen Walker

    Instructional Designer, HEE e-Learning for Healthcare

Steering group

The Steering Group included stakeholders from various organisations, to oversee the development of high quality, national e-learning for the core Statutory and Mandatory Training Programme.

Sub-Steering group

The Steering Group included members of the e-LfH team and HEE Technology Enhanced Learning Leads.

Acknowledgments

The project team would like to thank all those who provided invaluable input into the development of the statutory and mandatory e-learning sessions and eAssessments.

Conflict Resolution – Level 1

  • Mike Craissati, Local Security Management Specialist, Berkshire Healthcare NHS FT
  • Martin Nicholas, Local Security Management Specialist, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
  • Stephen Peterkin / Lucy Reid, PSTS Learning & Development Advisor, South London & Maudsley Foundation NHS Trust

Data Security Awareness – Level 1

  • NHS Digital for source content
  • Andrew Todd, National Information Governance Lead, Health Education England
  • Paul Withers, Information Security Manager, Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Harjit Matharu, Head of Information Governance, University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust
  • Allan Darby, Information Governance Manager, Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust
  • Derek Stowe, IG Assurance and Security Manager, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust

Equality, Diversity and Human Rights – Level 1

  • Stuart Moore, Head of Inclusion, Health Education England
  • Lynne Carter, eMBED Health Consortium
  • Liz Johnson,  Head of Equality and Inclusion Sheffield Health and Social Care

Fire Safety – Level 1

  • Peter Aldridge, National Association of Fire Safety Officers
  • Darren Mitchell, Fire Safety Advisor, Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust

Health, Safety and Welfare – Level 1

  • Jill Cross, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary
  • John Houlihan, IOSH, Manchester & Northwest District Branch Healthcare Services Section

Infection Prevention and Control – Level 1 and Level 2

  • Mohamed Sadak, Clinical Lead and Programme Manager, Antimicrobial Resistance and Sepsis, Health Education England
  • Rowena Chilvers, Deputy Head Infection Prevention and Control, Kent Community Health NHS FT, Ashford
  • Esther Taborn, Head of Infection Prevention and Control, NHS South Kent Coast and Thanet CCG
  • Debbie Weston, Director of Infection Prevention and Control, Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust, Kent (Level 2)

 

Moving and Handling – Level 1

  • Sue Harrington, Learning and Development Coordinator, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS FT, Sheffield.
  • Carol Hucknall, Chairman, National Back Exchange

Preventing Radicalisation – Level 1 and 2 and Level 3

  • Chris Stoddart, Regional Prevent Coordinator Health (Yorks and Humber), NHS England
  • Paul McCann, Prevent Regional Coordinator (London), NHS England South
  • Liz Ratcliffe, Designated Adult Safeguarding Lead, NHS England North
  • Ruth Reekie, Delivery and Innovation, Prevent | Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, Home Office
  • Amber Woodward, Team Leader, Prevent and Counter Extremism, Department of Health and Social Care
  • Euan MacDonald, Director, Tenboss Learning Ltd

Resuscitation – Level 1

  • Maresa Johnson, Lead Resuscitation Officer, Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester
  • Resuscitation Council (UK) for use of the Lifesaver video

Resuscitation Adult – Level 2 and Paediatric Level 2

  • Amy Mirner, Resuscitation Officer, Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
  • Carl Davies, Resuscitation Officer,  Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
  • Nicola Sayer, Resuscitation Manager,  Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth

Resuscitation Newborn – Level 2

  • Susi Hill, Practice Educator, Neonatal Intensive Care Unit,  Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth
  • George Brooks, Neonatal Nurse Consultant, Northumbria Specialist Emergency Care Hospital, Northumberland

Safeguarding Adults – Level 1 and Level 2

  • Vicki Gray, Designated Nurse Adult Safeguarding, NHS Camden CCG, London
  • Rosie Luce, Head of Safeguarding/ Designated Nurse- Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk for Solihull CCG
  • Ed Ronayne, Safeguarding Adults Manager/PREVENT trainer NHS Erewash & Southern Derbyshire CCG
  • Rachel Griffiths, Mental Capacity Act consultant

Safeguarding Children  – Level 1 and Level 2

  • Marnie Greenrod, Education and Professional Development Lead, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
  • Anneliese Hillyer-Thake, Programme Manager – Safeguarding, Nursing Directorate, NHS England

How to access

If you already have an account with e-LfH, then you can enrol on to the Statutory and Mandatory Training 2017 programme by logging in to the e-LfH Hub, selecting My Account > Enrolment and selecting the programme. You can then access the programme immediately in the My e-Learning section.

If you are a manager and would like further information on accessing activity reports for staff in your organisation, then please go to: http://support.e-lfh.org.uk/my-activity/reports/what-is-the-authorisation-process-for-organisations-to-run-reports-on-their-staff/

NHS healthcare staff in England

The Statutory and Mandatory programme is also available to NHS healthcare staff via the Electronic Staff Record (ESR). Accessing this e-learning via ESR means that your completions will transfer when you move between NHS organisations.

Further details are available here.

Access from other Learning Management Systems

The Statutory and Mandatory sessions are supported by the AICC communication standard. This allows for remote Learning Management Systems (LMS) to launch the sessions from the e-LfH content server as if they were loaded locally. Enrolment and tracking of usage is retained at the organisation’s LMS. If your local LMS supports AICC, please contact our support desk and we will provide you with the relevant links and instructions to set up courses.

e-LfH is a Health Education England Programme in partnership with the NHS and Professional Bodies