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Internet Safety for Shared Lives Carers
This online learning module is essential for Shared Lives Carers providing a service in, or based from, their own home.

It will increase your knowledge of the internet, including the advantages, the risks and how to mitigate them. You will also learn when to safeguard and how to find support if you have concerns.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 35 minutes At your desk
Understanding Frailty
This online learning module is for staff at West Sussex County Council (WSCC) and in the care sector, who are assisting and supporting in delivering care services.

It forms part of the knowledge based Fundamental Core Care Skills, helping you to understand and identify frailty, as well as consider how a person’s medical condition may affect their life.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 20 minutes At your desk
Falls Prevention
This 30-minute online learning module is for care support staff working across a range of settings promoting good practice in preventing falls in the people that they support.

It forms part of the knowledge-based Fundamental Core Care Skills series and will enable you to provide care with dignity and respect.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 30 minutes At your desk
Dementia Awareness
This online learning module is for anyone working with or caring for people with Dementia and seeks to support you to improve the wellbeing and experience of people with dementia and of the care staff working with them.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 40 minutes At your desk
Independent Advocacy Under the Care Act 2014
This online learning module is for anyone working in adult services who is involved in the assessment, care planning, review processes and safeguarding arrangements of individuals, and is to introduce you to the concept of ‘independent advocacy’, as set out in the Care Act 2014. Under the Care Act 2014 the role of the independent advocate is to support an individual or carer to understand information, express their needs and wishes, secure their rights, represent their interests and support them to obtain the care and support they need.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 1-2 hours At your desk
Reablement for Care Workers
This online module is for anyone working in adult social care and is to support you to develop your awareness of and ability to use the reablement approach when working with the people that you support.
Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
Online Learning

Anytime 40 minutes At your desk
Infection Prevention and Control
This online learning module is relevant for new staff as part of an induction, as part of the Care Certificate – Standard 15, or for existing staff as a knowledge refresh.

It has been split into two parts:

  • Part 1 – The Chain of Infection: this part will look at categories of infections, signs, and symptoms, how they are spread and who is at risk.

  • Part 2 – Prevention and Control: This part will cover your responsibilities and steps you need to take in order to prevent and control infecti ...
  • Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
    Online Learning

    Anytime 60 minutes At your desk
    Food Safety Awareness
    This online learning module is aimed at any staff who are:

  • Responsible for preparing snacks and drinks.
  • Helping to provide breakfasts in smaller domestic kitchens within settings, including cereals, toast, and drinks.
  • Supporting customers in dining rooms.

  • It will introduce you to the importance of food hygiene, food hygiene and associated food hazards, as well as good hygiene practice and controls.

    If your role includes preparation of meals or supervision of sta ...
    Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
    Online Learning

    Anytime 40 minutes At your desk
    Technology Enabled Care
    This online module is for Health and Adult Social Care professionals who might not have previously referred for technology, and those that want to update their skills relating to technology enabled care.
    Session Session Date Session Length Session Venue
    Online Learning

    Anytime 30 Minutes At your desk
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