What users say

  • "The e-Learning Readiness Toolkit is an excellent benchmarking facility and will enable us to improve our e-Learning resources and adoption of e-Learning at Yorkshire Ambulance Service as well as demonstrating and justifying use of e-Learning to the Trust Board."
    Richard Price, Information Systems Manager at Yorkshire Ambulance Service
  •  “I think it has come together really well. I like the self-check questions, and I am especially impressed with the Resource List, which is very extensive and combines both NHS and other e-Learning resources. The clear instructions and guidance notes made it easy to follow and use.”
    Carole Sheard, Head of Training Quality Improvement at DoH Informatics
  • “I will use this report as part of the strategy we are developing for widening participation within the Trust - although there are other areas that we need to address, where applicable I will include development of e-learning specifically to bands 1 -4 and in particular the promotion of IT skills as the first stage.”
  • “We have identified that we do not have a complete cycle for feedback. We intend to use the toolkit as a benchmarking tool for the future development of our e learning processes within the Trust. We are already comfortable with the development we have made in this area over a short period of time (18 months) but have identified from the toolkit areas for future development - this has been a positive, useful experience and is encouraging.”
  • “The toolkit has given me some guidance as to some of the systems and processes I need to put in place so that we can take the use of e-Learning to another level. It would be brilliant if there was a facility to compare our trust with others in the UK. Resources section particularly good.”

Related Resources

    Toolkit case study in West Midlands

    Alison Pope talks about how useful the toolkit has been to her and her colleagues in the West Midlands. This is a useful case study for those interested in how the toolkit can be used.

    Carol Read Interview

    An interview with Carol Read, Widening Participation Lead at the Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust. Carol piloted the e-Learning Readiness Toolkit for Skills for Health. The interview deals with use of the toolkit to support Widening Participation.