SCILS available at any time

Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The idea behind SCILS came from the work Alan Rhodes was doing for TOPSS and the Department of Health to develop the induction and foundation standards, the Registered Managers¹ National Occupational Standards and the Learning Disability Awards Framework (LDAF). Realising the difficulties organisations would have accessing high quality learning opportunities at a time, a place and a cost that they could afford, he had the idea of making the learning available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the internet. By subscribing to the SCILS website (www organisations give their workers full access to: – Individual Learning Sessions ­ a wide range of sessions (up to an hour in length) covering many topics for individual staff at all levels in the organisation. All the sessions are linked to induction, foundation, NVQ and LDAF standards. – Group Learning Sessions – a series of training sessions designed for managers or those with training responsibilities to download and run with their staff. Most provi

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