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Coronavirus

Information for health care workers is available on healthservice.hse.ie Coronavirus guidance documents are available on hpsc.ie

Latest online training opportunities

Find details of the latest online training opportunities released for HSE staff

Published: 21 September 2020

Online Training Programmes

COVID-19 Vaccinator training

Log in to HSeLanDto access training programmes for the COVID-19 Vaccine.

Continuous Professional Education Programme for Registered Nurses and Registered Midwives to administer COVID-19 Vaccine under Medicine Protocol

This programme is for registered nurses and midwives. It aims to develop, maintain and update the necessary skills to safely administer COVID-19 vaccines under medicine protocol.

HSeLanD pathway: Go to Course Catalogues, click COVID-19 resource packs, click on COVID-19 Vaccine.

The COVID-19 vaccine webinar series

The webinar series contains 10 training videos that have been designed to support vaccinators who are already trained and competent in immunisation practice.

HSeLanD pathway: Go to Course Catalogues, click on clinical skills.

Coronavirus training
COVID-19 Return to Work Safely Module 3: Lead Worker Representative Webinar

Click here to access the training course on HSELanD

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):

  • Log in to your HSELanD account
  • Go to the “Course Catalogues” on the top banner
  • Click on the “HSE National Health and Safety Function Catalogue”
  • Select “COVID-19 Return to Work Safely Module 3: Lead Worker Representative Webinar”
  • You will get automatic access if you have completed the following three Health and Safety training programmes
    • COVID-19 Return to Work Safely – Module 1
    • COVID-19 Return to Work Safely – Module 2
    • Managing Health and Safety in the Healthcare Setting
  • You will then need to complete the Enrolment Confirmation form

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:

  • Nominated by a Trade Union to act as Lead Worker Representative for a defined area, or

Appointed by management following an expression of interest or through a lottery process

HSE Library
Online training
Introduction to HSE Library Services
Training available through Webex. Dates, times and registration details available on HSE library events calendar.

Online training session introducing HSE Library services and resources with three learning outcomes.  

  • Access HSE Library books and electronic resources.
  • Perform a simple topic search and source full-text journal articles using Search E-Library.
  • Develop familiarity with HSE Library Point of Care Tools.
HSE Library

HSE library Events Calendar 

Finding Nursing and Allied Health research using the CINAHL database

Online training using Webex. Dates, times and registration details available on the HSE library Events Calendar 

  1. Understand what the CINAHL Complete  database is
  2. Conduct a basic and more advanced search in CINAHL
  3. Manage search results
Health Business Service -NISRP
Link to HSeLanD
My HSE Self Service - NiSRP
Link to HSeLanD

All employees can now access online interactive training on the use of My HSE Self Service on HSeLanD - www.hseland.ie

To complete the My HSE Self Service - NiSRP eLearning course, search for the relevant module title on the HSeLanD home page, or access through the Business Skills catalogue. Each module takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Staff can select the modules which are relevant to them and complete the learning at a time that’s convenient.

Health Business Service -NISRP

Link for registration 

Login workshops for My HSE Self Service- NiSRP

Each session is 30 minutes with an opportunity for Q&A session. Take place every Tues, Wed and Thurs 9:30 am and 3:30 pm

Link for registration 

The purpose of these workshops is to show staff how to log in and access a new online tool called My HSE Self Service - NiSRP – this is being introduced to all staff in the HSE, with the latest implementation in HSE South East. The system allows staff to submit travel expenses, view payslips and change certain personal details, along with other functions.

HR -
HSeLand training
Delivering Change in Health Services - Complete Guide
To access the course please see hseland.ie.
Go to Course catalogue - Business Skills - Change Management

eLearning training on HSELanD for Health Services Change Guide. Available now - 4 modules (approx 1 hour 10 minutes)

For more information contact Changeguide@hse.ie

Health & Wellbeing
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

  • Complements your existing engagement approaches.
  • Supports you to have a concise supportive conversation if doing your consultation by telephone or virtually.
  • A MECC interaction takes a matter of minutes and is not intended to add to existing busy workloads.
  • CPD points awarded for nursing staff and endorsed by healthcare professional bodies

Supports you in managing your own health.

National Office of Suicide Prevention NOSP
LivingWorks Start, Suicide Prevention Skills Online

Click here for contact details of your local training coordinator who can issue you with a free licence to complete LivingWorks Start.

The HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) has launched a new 90-minute online suicide prevention training programme, LivingWorks Start. Click here for more information

Using a mix of guided online content, video and interactive questions, the introductory suicide prevention training will help you 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.

You can complete the programme on any device or computer. Once you have activated your free licence you can log in and begin the programme. You can pause and recommence the programme at your own convenience. On average it will take 90 minutes to complete but you can work at your own pace. At the end of the programme, you will receive a certificate of completion.

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

National Office of Suicide Prevention NOSP
START - Free 90 min Online Suicide Alertness Skills Training course

 Training available Countrywide*


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.This programme is suitable for persons over 18 working in or students of the Health, Social Care/Community Services and for anyone who wants to help prevent suicide and is prepared to become more suicide alert.

 It is a level 2 alertness skills programme and not as advanced as safeTALK or the two-day intervention skills workshop, ASIST.

This course is free and funded in Ireland by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) and provided by LivingWorks.

For further information/to apply for the training in Dublin South East, Dublin South and Wicklow email your name and home/work address to: michaeln@mentalhealthireland.ie.

*For training in other than the above areas, contact the office of your local Resource Officer for Suicide Prevention /Suicide Prevention Training Officer, their details are available at www.nosp.ie or from the above email address.

ONMSD
National Programme: Continence management in children and young people

Register now www.HSEland.ie – search for ONMSD catalogue

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.

HSE Acutes

see hseland.ie

Waiting List Management- 2020 Training Support Programme for Acute Operations  Scheduled Care

To access the course please see hseland.ie

The course is available under the course headings Clinical Skills and Health & Social Care Professionals.  This is a 40-minute e-learning programme on how to update and generally manage the waiting lists for in-patient and day-case patients.

The programme developed by the HSE and NTPF is for all staff working in scheduled care in Acute Hospitals including Administration and Business support staff as well as clinical and nursing staff. It could easily be included as part of staff induction in scheduled care.

The programme developed by the HSE and NTPF is for all staff working in scheduled care in Acute Hospitals including Administration and Business support staff as well as clinical and nursing staff. It could easily be included as part of staff induction in scheduled care.

HSE Social Care
Safeguarding Adults at Risk of Abuse

To access this eLearning module, search for ‘Safeguarding adults at risk of abuse’ on HSeLanD.

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:

  • Recognise the different types of abuse and when abuse may be happening.

  • Understand how to respond immediately to safeguard the person at risk of abuse.

Know how to raise concerns and who to go to for support.

Transgender Equality Network Ireland:
TENI
Transgender Awareness Training

To arrange participation for your service or for yourself contact Vanessa Lacey, Health and Education Manager, TENI vanessa@teni.ie 

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.

Click here to see Online Events and Webinars for HSE staff