It is best practice for healthcare students to complete their statutory and mandatory training prior to going on clinical placement. This can be completed using e-learning by accessing the Statutory and Mandatory Training e-learning modules available on the e-Learning for Healthcare (e-LfH) Hub.
The benefit of using these resources are that they are nationally recognised and used by a large number of NHS workers. This provides a standard approach and consistency that is quality assured, enabling the training to be recognised by placement providers and not needlessly repeated or duplicated when on placement. This saves time for the student and allows them to commence clinical duties on placement sooner.
The information and resources on this page are aimed at administrators in Higher Education Institutions (HEI) to assist them in managing the access to the e-LfH Hub for their students. Details below outline how to set up e-learning accounts, manage their use and report on compliance.
The programme currently supports two Pathways, Healthcare and Social Care, below is an overview of each of the programme’s courses and assessments.
The process for registering students using a bulk upload spreadsheet is detailed below:
The Admin would complete and send a bulk upload sheet to the e-LfH support desk.
The completed spreadsheet should be password protected and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. The sender will receive a response acknowledging the email and providing a support ticket number. When the email with the ticket number is received a reply should be sent to that email with the password for the spreadsheet.
Best Practice Example for the email
“Can the attached please be added to the Chester University (C55) NW Healthcare Students user group. On receipt of the ticket number I will reply with the password”
Admin reporting for designated personnel
Reporting can be set up for Admin and any other relevant personnel, this can be requested by emailing email@example.com, confirming the user group that the reporting access is required for.
The below Admin Reporting Guidance document includes details for accessing the reporting within the e-LfH Hub, the examples below show you how to produce a completion report and an activity report.
Admin Reporting Guidance
Local Administrators account management
Designated local administrators are able to add individual students and assign courses to individual students along with removing users from the reporting when a student has left the University.
For a local administrator to be able to undertake these roles they are required to abide by e-LfH rules on user access. A Memorandum of Understanding for Local Administrators is required to be signed and returned. Only once this has been done can the local university administrator be granted access and sent a local administrator user guide.
To access this functionality an email should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org detailing the relevant user group that the Admin account management is required for.
For any queries during or after registration please contact e-LfH support on email@example.com.