What is the difference between Statutory and Mandatory Training?
Not sure what these terms mean? Read this article for an in-depth look at why they can be both different and the same.
Simulating training in healthcare
Individuals who work in the healthcare sector experience ever-changing situations within their day-to-day role. This can be problematic when carrying out training, as it can be difficult and time-consuming to replicate every scenario, especially considering the lack of time around normal duties and the lack of available professionals to help lead the training.
Managing Multi-Site Development and Compliance in Healthcare
The health and social care sector has the permanent challenge of delivering high-quality care consistently.
What are the Mandatory Training Requirements for Care Workers?
Training is critically important in this industry; so much so that it’s often legally mandated. What are the most common requirements for workers?
The Importance of Mandatory and Statutory Training in the NHS
Training is a hugely important part of working for the NHS; it ensures that staff have the skills and knowledge they need to carry out their roles safely and effectively. In few other sectors is it as important that employees know how to keep themselves and their patients safe.
Safeguarding adults guide: what you need to know
It is important that every organisation working closely with adults has an awareness of safeguarding adults and what this entails.
Are there really just three key opportunities for learning and development in charities?
In December 2011, the Leadership 20:20 Commission established by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations published a series of recommendations.
Considerations for managing volunteers in your charity
It’s important we define exactly what a volunteer is before we look into how to effectively manage them within your organisation.
Using our free resources to support your charity's Learning and Development strategy
Virtual College has developed a range of free resources in order to support frontline professionals, such as those for charities and safeguarding organisations. Here are our top tips for making the most of them.