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Care provider celebrates completion of 1000th e-learning course
Hadrian Healthcare Group is celebrating the completion of its 1000th e-learning course for staff with training provider Learning Curve and their online portal.
Helen Lowthorpe, a housekeeper at Hadrian's Berkeley House residential nursing and care home in Hull, completed the 1000th course and was the winner of £100 of store vouchers provided by Learning Curve.
The programme of 12 courses is designed to cover all aspects of mandatory training - from the skills for care common induction standards, through food safety and hygiene to palliative care.
Helen said: "The courses are really interesting. The company's 1000th course, and my fourth course, that I completed was in dementia awareness.
"It's important for all staff to have an understanding of each other's roles and the issues affecting our residents to be able to care for them properly."
Jas Gill, Hadrian Healthcare Group managing director said: "Our aim is to provide the highest standard of person-centred care, and ongoing training is absolutely vital to keep staff up to date.
"E-learning is flexible and allows all our staff to do mandatory training when it's convenient to them. Each home has allocated training computers and staff can login from their own homes if they prefer. The first e-learning course was completed in December.
"As an employer e-learning enables us to track staff knowledge and skills, check understanding and make sure everyone is getting the basic training they need before they go on to further specialist practical training and nationally recognised qualifications in a range of vocational areas."
Judith Moran, managing director at Learning Curve said: "The e-learning courses which have been developed with market leading publisher Learning at Work are becoming increasingly popular. Feedback from learners has been great with many citing that the flexible delivery method really helps them to complete their programme of study around other commitments.
"We support Hadrian Healthcare's commitment to providing continual training to their employees and continue to work with them to deliver a range of vocationally related qualifications and apprenticeships."
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