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Access to e-Learning for Healthcare modules for members

Access to e-Learning for Healthcare modules for members

The College of Podiatry has teamed up with eIntegrity to offer its members’ access to 10 Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare (HEE e-LfH) modules.

The agreement, which starts from 1 January 2020, provides College of Podiatry members access to a series of statutory and mandatory e-learning modules designed around the UK Core Skills Training Framework.

The modules include subjects such as infection control, safeguarding and data security.

Until this point, HEE e-LfH modules only been available to those working in NHS Trusts. They are now available to our members working in private practice too.

Director of Membership Services Claire Angus said: ‘We are always looking for ways to improve our benefits package for our members who work in both the NHS and in private practice. By offering access to HEE e-LfH, we want to make sure that members feel supported in their efforts to meet all of their CPD requirements and continue learning in work’.

The College of Podiatry is working with eIntegrity to send our members working in private practice login details to e-LfH accounts. Members who currently work for an NHS Trust will be able to access it in the usual way through their e-LfH accounts.

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