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Introduction To Autism
The Autism Act 2009 received Royal Assent in November of that year thanks to a huge campaign effort and cross-party support in Parliament. In 2010 the strategy "Fulfilling and Rewarding Lives" was published. One of the outcomes identified the need to increase awareness and understanding of autism across the public sector. This course will support you with your knowledge and understanding of autism and has been produced in partnership by the SHIP aut ...
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Medication Level 1 General Awareness And How To Support Customers
This online learning module is aimed at all support staff who are new to care or those who require an update for induction.

This module covers the roles and responsibilities required to provide Level 1 general support medication tasks.

Please Note: This module does not cover administration of medication which is Level 2 training. If you require training to administer medication you will also need to complete Medica ...
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Care Act - Information and Advice
This module is for all staff and partners working in health and social care. It will give you an overall awareness of the duty the Care Act 2014 places on local authorities regarding information and advice.
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Care Act - Assessment and Eligibility
This module is for all staff working in social care. It will give you an overall awareness of assessment and eligibility as described by the Care Act 2014.
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Care Act - Independent Advocacy
This module is for all staff working in social care. It will give you an overall awareness of independent advocacy as described by the Care Act 2014.
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Care Act - Care and Support Planning
This module is for all staff working in social care. It will give you an overall awareness of care and support planning as described by the Care Act 2014.
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Care Act - Review
This module is for all staff working in social care. It will give you an overall awareness of reviews as described by the Care Act 2014.
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Care Act - Integration, Cooperation and Partnerships
This module is for all staff and partners working in health and social care. It will give you an overall awareness of integration, cooperation and partnerships as described by the Care Act 2014.
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Mosaic Module 14: Team Workview and Assigning Work
This online learning course is mandatory for anyone with a Lead role on Mosaic including Manager’s, Senior Practitioners and anyone who uses the re-assignment virtual worker. It provides you with experience of looking at a Team Workview and Assigning Work.

On 16/08/21, Mosaic will be upgraded. Although the way we use the system remains the same, there will be some differences to its appearance, therefore some of the information contained in these online training modules will be out of date.

Whilst the modules are being updated, please access the
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Think Carer - A Call to Action
This video is for any professionals who are likely to come into contact with family and friends carers as part of their role. The health and social care system relies hugely on family and friends carers and society owes them a great deal. Caring can, however, sometimes come at a cost to the carer; that is why we have a range of information and support services available to enable effective caring and support the carers’ health and wellbeing. Busy carers do not always identify themselves as such and we need the workforce to take on the role of identifying carers, listening to carers ...
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