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What are the learning and development opportunities available to the Adult Social Care Private and Voluntary Providers?

Person-Centered E-Learning with Grey Matter  

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We all learn differently, yet often we are all ‘taught’ in the same way. Imagine if it could be different - real person-centred learning that takes account of what we know, understand and do.

Click here to find out more about Grey Matter

Know. Understand. Do.

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The Skills for Care guidance around Mandatory Training  makes it clear that assessing competence should happen "at least annually".

Grey Matter Learning makes assessing the knowledge and competence of your people straightforward, providing you with the records you need for CQC.

That way, only the learning to fill gaps is required, and you build a record of competence for your staff - that can only mean a "win-winin"...

Centre of Excellence since 2017

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The Grey Matter Group is delighted to achieve the Skills for Care recognition of Centre of Excellence for both online and face-to-face learning, for the fourth year running.

Please email pvtraining@buckinghamshire.gov.uk and title your email Grey Matter e-learning.  We will send you a form to complete so we can set up your establishment, mangers and staff with access at no cost to you.

 

Remote Training sessions
The courses are delivered using a range of methods and resources including Live tutor facilitation, interactive polls, questionnaires and drawing tools, scenarios for breakout groups, questioning and participation, and an end of session assessment.

Dealing with Death and Dying. 
For people working at all levels within care and support will form bonds with individuals and can become very attached to those they support.

Moving and Positioning Individuals and Back Care.
For staff who have a responsibility for moving and handling people. It prepares staff to take care of their back both in and out of the workplace. It is based upon the ‘Guide to Handling of Patients 6th edition’

MCA/DOLS Level 2. 
The aims and objectives of this remote Mental Capacity Act 2005 training course are to improve learners’ awareness of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS).

Level 2 Person Centered Safeguarding.  
The aims and objectives of this remote session you will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the requirements of the Care Act 2014 in relation to adult safeguarding.

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