CASPA, the Care Software Providers Association, has published a new white paper to support providers planning to adopt eLearning and Learning Management Systems.
eLearning, which is training delivered using technology, and Learning Management Systems, which track and report training compliance, are tools many providers are looking to adopt.
These tools can help evidence training levels and compliance, lead to safer care, deliver time and money savings and provide consistent and flexible learning. The guidance, called Digital Learning and Learning Management Systems within care organisations, provides recommendations and best practice.
According to Skills for Care, care sector employers with a staff turnover of less than 10% believed that investing in learning and development was one of the four main reasons their turnover was so low.
CASPA’s document was compiled by suppliers of over 2,500 registered care services. It will help providers understand what the technology can do, the process of implementation and adoption, staff engagement and retention, and how these tools can improve the quality of support provided.
Before COVID-19, care providers were already transitioning learning and training programmes to take advantage of digital. This trend is now accelerating, with many providers either switching for the first time, or increasing the amount of training that they offer digitally.
The white paper can be downloaded at: https://caspa.care/digital-learning-learning-management-systems/
To hear first-hand how BelleVie, a home care provider, use video inductions and online training, read their success story.
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