My Learning Cloud, an online learning solution for the health and social care industry, is offering a number of free services to care providers in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
The company is allowing any care organisation in the UK to access the company’s Lite Learning Environment and train new recruits as effectively as possible.
Providers will then be able to select up to five e-learning courses from the My Learning Cloud catalogue, with the exception of the Care Certificate, and use them to train as many staff as they like for 12 weeks, or until the June 30, whichever comes first.
My Learning Cloud is also offering free 30 minute e-learning consultations with its in-house learning and development specialists.
For current customers, the company is providing free access to a Volunteer Portal, allowing them to train as many new volunteers as they need on up to five e-learning course titles, excluding the Care Certificate.
They are also entitled to a free 90-minute training session during this period, to ensure that they are getting the most out of their learning and development system.
Steven Embleton (pictured), chief cloud at My Learning Cloud, said: “At this difficult time we at My Learning Cloud asked ourselves what we could do to help. We’re part of a sector with over 1.5 million carers focusing on supporting the most vulnerable people in society and we felt it was our responsibility to put the people in the care industry first.
“If we can provide a Skills for Care endorsed system to quickly and effectively train carers with CPD-certified elearning, without organisations having to worry about cost or long term contracts then it is only right that we make these as available as possible to any care organisation within the UK, whether they are our customers or not.”
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