Published: 21 September 2020
Online Training Programmes
Suicide Prevention Alertness Skills
If you are interested please email your name, address and college/ work location to firstname.lastname@example.org
This programme is suitable for anyone over the age of 18 who wants to help prevent suicide and is prepared to become more suicide alert.
START helps participants to identify people who are at risk, confidently ask them about the topic of suicide and connect them with resources that can help them stay safe. It is a level 2 alertness skills programme and not as advanced as safeTALK or the two-day intervention skills workshop, ASIST.
How does START work?
This course is funded in Ireland by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention and provided by LivingWorks.
Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Abuse
The aim of this module is to support staff to recognise, respond and report safeguarding concerns regarding adults at risk of abuse.
By the end of this module the learner will be able to:
Your Service Your Say: Complaints Handling Guidance for Clinical Staff
Click here to access the training course on HSELanDYou can find the module within the Personal Effectiveness Skills, HR Skills catalogue.
The HSE’s National Complaints Governance and Learning Team (NCGLT) have launched an interactive e-learning complaints training tool to assist all clinical staff in understanding the Your Service Your Say Complaints process and how individual clinical staff may become involved in it. The aim of the module is to:
The module will take approximately 1 hour to complete and is broken down into 4 topics which have been specially selected to support staff through their involvement in the Your Service Your Say process. A separate assessment must be undertaken by the clinical staff member at the end. On successful completion of the module, the clinical staff member will be able to print a certificate of completion.
COVID-19 Return to Work Safely Module 3: Lead Worker Representative Webinar
In order to access the Lead Worker Representative training you must complete the following steps (this will allow us to maintain contact with and support you in your role):
In line with the Government’s Return to Work Safely Protocol, the National Health and Safety Function has developed specific training for HSE Lead Worker Representatives (LWR). The training material is now available on the HSeLanD. As a Lead Worker Representative you will have been:
Making Every Contact Count (MECC)
To access the eLearning training visit www.makingeverycontactcount.ie
The training consists of 6 online modules that take about 4 hours to complete.
How staff will benefit from doing the eLearning
Transgender Awareness Training
To arrange participation for your service or for yourself contact Vanessa Lacey, Health and Education Manager, TENI email@example.com
The aim of this training is to enable participants to develop their foundation knowledge, skills and comfort levels in relation to gender identity and expression.
We have adapted the full day Transgender Awareness Training to 2 half-days to facilitate the learning process. The training is available through the online system, and a link will be emailed out to each participant. Participant numbers need to be above 6 but lower than 15 to maximise learning outcomes. There is no cost to healthcare workers for this training.
National Programme: Continence management in children and young people
Beginning on September 30, this online programme presents the HSE national guideline for the promotion of continence care and provision of containment products for children and young people (2019). It provides registered nurses who care for children an understanding of best practice in relation to continence management. The programme is presented in a series of four webinars over four weeks.
Introduction to HSE Library Services
Training available through Webex. Dates, times and registration details available on HSE library events calendar.
Two training sessions are scheduled per week. Tuesdays 10.00 – 10:45 am and Thursdays 1:15 – 2.00 pm. The first training session is scheduled for Tuesday 29 September.
Online training session introducing HSE Library services and resources with three learning outcomes.