The Learning Enterprise has been awarded a Quality Mark accreditation by the UK’s Sector Skills Council for Health, based on face-to-face training and delivery.
The Quality Mark is considered the ‘gold standard’ for the provision of training and gives the healthcare sector confidence in the services offered, benefitting employers, learners and service users.
TLE is proud to support student nurse assessment placements so Covid-19 shielders can become the nurses of the future
TLE is proud to be adding the following courses to its training portfolio delivered via our Virtual Platforms: Adobe Connect and MS Teams:
Self-awareness for Mental Health
This 90 minute virtual classroom will help you recognise the signs and symptoms of anxiety and depression, help you to identify with both the positive and negative coping strategies that and learn about approaches, techniques to improve your own mental health and know where to find resources and other support available.
Mental ill Health awareness for: Managers.
This 60 minute virtual classroom will help improve the awareness of mental ill health in the workplace, know the common causes and be able to identify some of the signs and symptoms of mental ill health in others. Managers will also be given guidance on having discussion with their team members and know where to find support and resources.
Moving and Handling Virtual Classroom
'Just wanted to give you a bit of feedback regarding the virtual training I have just attended.
My first experience using TLE adobe connect live session training, very easy to use.
The trainer, Neil Pigott, was great. Moving and handling not the most fun training to attend, but he was really informative and showed great videos and slides.'
Specialist Looked After Children’s Nurse
TLE launches Virtual Classrooms
We are proud to be able to continue to deliver essential training via our Adobe Connect Learning Platform. Virtual Classroom allows us to engage with you in an interactive way using polls, whiteboards, Q&A, videos and more.
We have Leadership, Conflict Resolution, Meds Management, Infection Control and much more, if you are interested please contact us via the contact us page.
We are proud to be affiliated with SET giving all our Assessors /Teacher and Trainers the great CPD opportunities offered with this Membership.
"Doing an apprenticeship changed my life" says Elly Gunning, 52, Assistant Practitioner at Farnham Hospital, Surrey
As part of National Apprenticeship Week, we’re sharing some highlights from Elly’s blog in which she describes her journey from being a stay at home mum of three grown-up sons, to doing an apprenticeship, completing a foundation degree and working as an Assistant Practitioner.
“I love my job, I love being able to care for our older patients - knowing I make a difference to their lives” said Elly.
And some free sage advice from Elly: “I would truly say to any woman my age who may be seeking to stretch themselves …do an apprenticeship!”.
Elly is pictured at her Derby University graduation ceremony with her sons.
Elly did her Assistant Parctitioner apprenticeship through The Learning Enterprise (TLE).
We are now Disability Confident
We are happy to announce that we have joined the Disability Confident scheme showing our continuing commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
TLE is proud to announce we have been re-accredited with the Skills for Health Quality Mark for our delivery of face to face training and education to the health sector.
Having been initially awarded the Quality Mark back in 2016, this recent audit of our education carries their full endorsement.
We are proud to be able to work in partnership with our Subject Matter Experts, to write and deliver great learning packages that continue to develop and inspire our colleagues.
Great News!! 100% achievement in our recent English Functional Skills External Quality Assurance audit.
This week TLE was externally quality assured for Functional Skills, English Speaking and Listening at Level 2. The EQA was pleased with the apprentices presentations and discussions and commented on the great planning and delivery both from the Learners and their Assessors.
On 15th November 2017 TLE met with the Royal College of Nursing to discuss:
- Developing our unregistered workforce
- Supporting our Preceptor Nurses through their first year
- Developing our leadership capabilities
- Developing our workforce for the future
Included in the above items discussed the Band 6 Development Programme, Mentorship, Clinical Leadership and the Assistant Practitioner Foundation Degree were detailed and well received by the RCN.
The Learning Enterprise is gearing up to deliver in partnership the Level 3 New Born Hearing Screening qualification to new Kingston cohort July 17.
Clinical Skills Training in Surrey Schools
The Learning Enterprise has been successful in securing a contract with Guildford and Waverley CCG to deliver Clinical Skills Training that is child specific in Surrey Schools. It involves an initial assessment of the child’s medical and nursing needs to ensure that the identified members of the school staff have the correct skills to deliver the one to one care. We provide a comprehensive training package on child specific conditions which include the theory and practice and also involves the assessment of competencies following a period of experience. Enabling children with complex medical needs to attend mainstream schools.
An award win at the student NTA's for the Prison Healthcare team at HMP Coldingley, Surrey!
The award for Placement of the Year is testament to the validation of the students which they fed back through their placement evaluations at Coldingley but also from particular recognition of the team by Dr Allison Wiseman, Senior Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Surrey. The award for Placement of the Year is testament to the validation of the students which they fed back through their placement evaluations at Coldingley but also from particular recognition of the team by Dr Allison Wiseman, Senior Teaching Fellow in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Surrey.
Congratulations to the Coldingley Healthcare Team and also to Mary Kelly, Learning Environment Lead for The Learning Enterprise who, jointly with Dr Wiseman, put the team forward for the award and collected it on the night