Core Learning Unit (CLU) now National Skills Academy for Health

Core Learning Unit (CLU)The National Skills Academy for Health (previously named Skills for Health Core Learning Unit) has delivered core learning programmes since October 2005 following the demise of the NHS University (NHSU).

In 2013, Skills for Health was awarded a Section 64 Grant by the Department of Health, through which Skills for Health were commissioned to make a range of products available to the NHS, including Skills for Health’s eLearning products. Through this grant, Skills for Health continued to provide access to core skills eLearning training programmes to NHS users free of charge.

The Section 64 Grant ended on 31st March 2015 and the implication of this is that Skills for Health now charge users to access its eLearning products.

The eLearning courses affected are:

  • Being Open
  • BOC Medical Gases – Nurses
  • BOC Medical Gases – Porters
  • Cancer Information Prescriptions
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Dysphagia: Nutrition and Hydration
  • Equality and Diversity – General Awareness
  • Equality and Diversity – Pre-Assessment
  • Equality and Diversity – Promoting Understanding
  • Fire Safety
  • Food, Nutrition & Hydration
  • Health, Safety and Welfare
  • Immunisations and Vaccinations
  • Infection Control: Infection Prevention and You
  • Infection Control: Principles of Infection Prevention
  • Infection Control: Vascular Access Devices
  • Information Prescriptions
  • Infusion Devices
  • Mixed Messages
  • Moving and Handling
  • Patient Moving and Handling
  • Personalised Care Planning
  • Public Health Awareness

Please note that the Safeguarding Adults and Safeguarding Children courses are owned by Health Education England and will remain available via ESR, the HEE e-Learning Repository and through the e-Learning for Healthcare ( platform.

National Skills Academy (NSA) for Health eLearning platform

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