Further Information: Supporting those involved in learning and development category

Who should complete this category?

This category is aimed at those supporting learning and development. They may be line managers, training managers, trainers, tutors, clinical educators, e-Learning champions, Union Learning Representatives or anyone given the task of supporting learning and development through e-Learning.

It can even be the learners themselves!

Selecting your responses

The statements in this section ask you to consider the skills and knowledge required to support those involved in learning and development.  It identifies key tools and systems to help underpin the successful delivery of e-Learning.

Do you and relevant colleagues have the skills and knowledge to encourage and develop e-Learning generally?

Are you able to plan and create effective programmes which can be both standalone and part of blended learning?  Can you use or have access to variety in terms of media and tools?

Do you and your organisation link into national and regional strategies and reporting systems?

Related Resources

    NHS Yorkshire and the Humber e-Learning newsletter 1

    Newsletter of Yorkshire and Humber SHA showing case studies, advice and news

    Download file (892.2 KB pdf)

    NHS Yorkshire and the Humber e-Learning newsletter 2

    Newsletter of Yorkshire and Humber SHA showing case studies, advice and news

    Download file (727.9 KB pdf)

    Principles to Support Collaborative Working with NHS Organisations producing E-learning resources.

    Guidance on supporting collaborative working with NHS Organistions producing e-Learning resources.

    Download file (49 KB doc)

    Towards Maturity

    The Towards Maturity project aims to support those who are responsible for delivering effective learning in the workplace. Towards Maturity has a very useful web site with lots of resources and case studies. It is used to collate stories from the world of work to help others grow into maturity.

    Core Learning Unit

    The Core Learning Unit delivers e-Learning packages to NHS organisations free of charge. Their website contains details of the learning programmes developed for all staff working within the health and social care sectors including indicators of how these programmes support KSF, CNST and Standards for Better Health.

    E-Learning Club Yorkshire and the Humber

    Presentation detailing the set up of the e-Learning Club operating in NHS Yorkshire and the Humber.

    Download file (765 KB ppt)

    Supporting Best Practice in e-Learning across the NHS - A Strategic Framework

    A report on a a strategic framework from the NHS Workforce Group in 2005. Provides some useful thinking on how a National e-Learning Framework might develop.

    Download file (579.1 KB pdf)

    Move On website

    Website for Move On which provides access to resources and qualifications for literacy and numeracy.