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Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
Learning Pool Social Care Seminar - Cardiff
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  • Would like to increase the use of eL
  • Yes
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  • Handling Medication is 6 modulesEaling coursesIntegrated Children’s ServicesCommon Assessment FrameworkLead ProfessionalThe Multi-Agency Approach (MAP) and Team Around the Child (TAC)Information Sharing
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  • Sample course outline
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    • 1. Social Care Seminar
      Cardiff 14 July
    • 2. Agenda
      10.00 Introduction & Update
      10.10 Survey Results – Attitudes & Perceptions
      Sam Barbee
      10.30 Common Induction Standards
      Lyn Meaden, Ophira
      11.00Refreshment break
      11.20 Journey Through the Care Pathway
      11.40 Doing More with Less on Social Care Training
      Lyn Meaden, Ophira
      12.15 Learning Pool Social Care Subscription
      Sam Barbee
       
    • 3. Who we are
      Learning Pool
      • Home of local government e-learning
      • 4. Service to help public sector improvement
      • 5. Sharing to save time and money
      • 6. Membership community
      • 7. Subscription based e-learning service
      Ophira Social Care Consultancy providing:
      • Expertise
      • 8. Training
      • 9. Capacity
      • 10. Identifying efficiencies
      • 11. Support with whole systems change
    • What’s new
      Community is growing – 20 authorities
      YoHr JIP Project
      Equalities data gathering
      My Learning Pool
    • 12. www.mylearningpool.com
    • 13. What’s new
      Community is growing – 20 authorities
      YoHr JIP Project
      Equalities data gathering
      My Learning Pool
      Classroom Connect
    • 14. Classroom Connect
      Lets you manage your classroom training in the same place as your e-learning
      Host of features to support learners, managers and administrators:
      Manage multiple training sessions
      Reserve equipment and rooms
      Track bookings
      Reduce administration burden
      Self service bookings
      Automated notifications
    • 15. What’s new
      Community is growing – 20 authorities
      YoHr JIP Project
      Equalities data gathering
      My Learning Pool
      Classroom Connect
      Common Induction Standards is here!
    • 16. Survey Results
    • 17. The conclusions from the 2006 survey
      The conclusions from the literature review and the staff survey confirm that the workforce is largely ready
      The review and the employer survey, however, would suggest that care providers are not yet ready, either culturally or technologically
      Employers need to be able to find clear information on:
      • available funding sources, both for capital investment in hardware and for the purchasing of training and learning programmes
      • 18. where to find e-learning and e-training resources
      Employeesfavour home-based, ‘own time’ e-learning
      • This is the way into the sector
    • Access to IT- employers
    • 19. Access to IT- employees
    • 20. IT skills - employees
    • 21. Usage of e-learning as a training method - employees
    • 22. Attitudes towards e-learning - employers
    • 23. Attitudes towards e-learning - employers
    • 24. Attitudes towards e-learning - employers
    • 25. Attitudes towards e-learning - employees
    • 26. E-learning support - employers
    • 27. Some initial conclusions.......
      Attitudes towards e-learning as a training method:
      • largely positive (significant increase since 2006)
      • 28. willingness to make e-learning a significant element of training
      • 29. increased employer/employee confidence
      What’s behind positive attitudes towards e-learning?:
      • flexibility, cost, time
      • 30. availability of good e-learning resources
      • 31. but resources should be practical, up to date, brief, engaging, tracked
    • Cultural Shift
      How to win hearts and minds:
      Align with organisational goals
      Middle management buy in
      What do you learners want and need?
    • 32. Common Induction Standards
    • 33. Common Induction Standards
      • Meeting statutory obligations
      • 34. Accessible Content
      • 35. Mass appeal
      • 36. Links to formal qualifications
      • 37. Delivering equitable training opportunities
      • 38. Reduced commissioning costs
      • 39. Flexible material for multiple applications
      • 40. Enhances partnership working
    • Modules
      • Standard 1 Role of the health and social care worker
      • 41. Standard 2 Personal development
      • 42. Standard 3 Communicate effectively
      • 43. Standard 4 Equality and Inclusion
      • 44. Standard 5 Principles for implementing duty of care
      • 45. Standard 6 Principles of safeguarding in health and social care
      • 46. Standard 7 Person-centred support
      • 47. Standard 8 Health and safety in an adult social care setting
    • Links with Core Subscription
      • CORE SUBSCRIPTION
      COMMON INDUCTION STANDARDS
      • Reablement
      Role of the health and social care worker
      • Whole social care subscription
      Personal development
      • Dignity and Respect
      Communicate effectively
      • Dignity and Respect, Eligibility
      Equality and Inclusion
      • Adult Safeguarding
      Principles for implementing duty of care
      • Adult Safeguarding
      Principles of safeguarding in health and social care
      • Personalisation, Support Planning
      Person-centred support
      • Reablement
      Health and safety in an adult social care setting
    • 48. Common Induction Standards
      PROGRESS LOG
    • 49. Electronic Workbook
      Learning assessed by:
      • Interactive quizzes
      • 50. Assessment at the end of each module
      • 51. Reflective practice logs
      • 52. Practice observation
      • 53. Training courses attended
      • 54. Supervision sessions
    • Components
      • Learning modules
      • 55. Printable sections
      • 56. Certificates
      • 57. Performance
      • 58. Management
      • 59. Qualification and Credit Framework
      • 60. Care Quality Commission
    • Refreshment Break
    • 61. Journey through the Care Pathway
      Interactive Exercise
    • 62. More for Less
      Lyn Meaden
      Ophira
    • 63. Changing Virtuous Circle
      Training
      Workforce
      Development
      Strategy
      Performance
      Job satisfaction
      Improved quality
    • 64. Linkage with Workforce Strategies
      INPUTS
    • 65. Perform
      ance
      Striking a Balance
      Fewer
      service
      options
      Higher
      charges
      Less
      Staff
      Skills
      Quality
      Manage
      ment
      Reducing
      budgets
      Resources
      Aspirations
      Law
      Safeguarding
      Equity
      Carers
      Dignity & Respect
    • 66. Elephants in the room
      Residential
      Care
      Personal Budgets
      Demographics
    • 67. Business Planning
    • 68. Subscription Catalogue
      * *DIGNITY & RESPECT
      *UNIVERSAL SERVICES
      REFERRALS
      **ASSESSMENTS
      CONSIDERATIONS
      DIVERT IF POSSIBLE
      * *SAFEGUARDING
      ** ELIGIBILITY
      DIVERT IF POSSIBLE
      * *DoLS
      PARTNERSHIP
      ** REABLEMENT
      * *MCA
      ** SUPPORT PLANNING
      * *PERSONALISATION
      ** MANAGING RESOURCES
      *PROVIDERS
      BEST PRACTICE
      KEY
      *Efficiency savings
      *Personalisation
      *Providers
      *Best Practice
    • 69. Eligibility
      Needs vs
      wants
      Equality &
      Equity
      Consistency
      Reviewing with
      purpose
      FACS criteria
      Managing Risk
      Promoting
      Independence
      Financial
      Probity
      Wide range
      of recipients
    • 70. Customisation
      Strategy and Policy
      Practice
      Links to national documents
      Links to partnership documents
      Links to partnership documents
      Links to directorate documents
      Links to performance documents
      Links to public documents
    • 71. Recent Developments
    • 72. Future Dimensions
      PERFORMANCE
      FINANCE
      EXTENDED
      RANGE
      FIT FOR
      PURPOSE
    • 73. Business planning
      Publicity
      Expansion
      Partnership
      L&D costs
      Performance
      Getting Started
      Engagement of decision makers
      Plans to maximise efficiencies
      Launch & implementation
      Success
      Technical support
      Content review
      Integrate across systems
      Customise – this authority
    • 74. How do we do it?
      Subscription Overview
    • 75. Social Care Subscription
      • Comprehensive catalogue that will grow
    • Other Courses
      • The Strategy for the NHS
      • 76. Safeguarding and Child Protection
      • 77. Handling Medication – Essex CC
      • 78. Children’s Services Suite – LB Ealing
      Coming Soon
      • Common Induction Standards – 8 modules
      • 79. Autism – Westminster
      • 80. Assistive Technology
      • 81. End of Life Care
      • 82. Dementia - SCIE
    • Social Care Subscription
      • Comprehensive catalogue that will grow
      • 83. Flexible
      • 84. Repurpose and customise
      • 85. Unlimited licenses
      • 86. Support to help you succeed
      • 87. Learning consultant & helpdesk
      • 88. Ophira
      • 89. Community
      • 90. Complete package – dedicated DLE
    • More than just an LMS?
    • 91.
    • 92.
    • 93.
    • 94.
    • 95. Pricing
      • Prices above are per annum based on a two year agreement
      • 96. DLE includes 5,000 users
      • 97. Classroom Connect can be added at £1,500 pa
    • Thank You
      Sam Barbee
      07825 955777
      sam@learningpool.com
      Lyn Meaden
      1604 871251
      lyn.meaden@ophira.co.uk

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