Posts Tagged ‘adult services’

Kwango Stroke Pathway E-Learning

Thursday, March 25th, 2010

Kwango has recently launched our latest e-learning course on Stroke Pathway, adding to our suite of other popular health and adult services e-learning courses.

The impact of Stroke is immense and our course is designed to give Health and Social Care Staff, Stroke Patients and Carers an awareness of the journey that may be taken by someone affected by Stroke.

This includes an understanding of the causes and effects of a Stroke, the treatment and prevention of Stroke and the long term care support and re-integration into community life.

Our course contains interactive interviews with Stroke survivors and professionals plus quizzes to further engage learners. As with all our courses, it can be customised for each individual authority.

E-Learning for Residential Care Homes

Monday, June 1st, 2009

We have been very pleased by the response to our newly redesigned website. In addition to an increase in general traffic, we have been delighted to see an increase in enquiries about our e-learning courses  from sectors we haven’t traditionally served directly. Topping this list with a substantial number of enquiries are residential care homes for older people.

Although pleasing, this level of response is not altogether surprising: kwango e-learning and residential care homes for older people are a perfect fit. We offer a number of e-learning courses which can benefit their staff directly, such as our Dementia, Safeguarding Adults, Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and Mental Capacity Act e-learning courses, and we also offer a very economical way to help smaller institutions to achieve across-the-board training.

Of course, it is not just residential care homes for older people who stand to benefit from our e-learning courses: other organisations may be interested in our Safeguarding Children e-learning course or any number of our other e-learning courses. We hope, through our new website, to continue to find more opportunities to deliver our Adult Services, Children’s Services and Healthcare e-learning courses.