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Analytics – Comprehensive & Powerful Reporting comes to Bridge
06/04/2021

On April 22, 2021 the highly anticipated redesign of the…

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SIRS: Let’s Get Practical!
03/03/2021

As residential care providers prepare for the implementation of the…

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World Hearing Day
02/03/2021

The 3rd March 2021 marks World Hearing Day 2021. This…

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Finding and Segmenting Content on Bridge
01/03/2021

How do we identify and configure pathway-specific content in the Bridge library? The following section describes several techniques.

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Authoring Courses With Bridge
08/10/2020

Technology can enable us to deliver on many of the…

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Digital Leadership in Social Care Programme
08/10/2020

Digital Leadership in Social Care Programme   The National Care Forum…

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What’s the difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease?
16/09/2020

Did you know that dementia is not a disease in…

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Supporting people living with Dementia during COVID-19 in Residential Care Homes
16/09/2020

COVID-19 has changed how we currently provide care. As a…

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Training Games – a positive environment for our learners
11/08/2020

Our essential assessment is generally comprised of 15 questions. Usually they are true or false, multiple choice, fill the gap, or if the course allows, sorting/sequencing questions. The questions reflect the content of the video and are designed to ascertain if the learner has understood the content presented in the video.

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Creating new Bridge Courses in Microsoft Powerpoint
18/02/2020

Bridge has a handy feature which allows Learning Coordinators to…

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Training Game in our Coordinator Resources
18/02/2020

Every set of Coordinator resources includes a training game that…

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Assisting a Person to Shower
29/11/2019

When you’re working in the home care setting as a care/support worker, you may be the only person who sees a client on a regular basis. It’s expected that older people will have changes in their care or support requirements as they age or as their condition deteriorates so, as a home care worker, you are in the perfect position to recognise and act on these changes to ensure the person is supported appropriately.

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Authoring Courses with Bridge
26/11/2019

Technology can enable us to deliver on many of the…

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PCS and Altura Learning Partnership
31/10/2019

We are excited to announce the new strategic partnership between…

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Becoming Colleen – A Documentary by Ian W Thomson
30/10/2019

For LGBTI people, the prospect of having to ‘come out’…

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Change behaviours by reflecting back on what you do
03/10/2019

As learning and development professionals we know that there are a variety of ways that adults learn and there are a multitude of learning theories to support this.

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Learn more about our Extension Assessment
03/10/2019

The extension assessment can be given to all staff and it’s particularly useful for advanced practice nurses such as RNs who are required to reflect on their professional practice.

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Recognising Changes in Client Needs
02/10/2019

When you’re working in the home care setting as a care/support worker, you may be the only person who sees a client on a regular basis. It’s expected that older people will have changes in their care or support requirements as they age or as their condition deteriorates so, as a home care worker, you are in the perfect position to recognise and act on these changes to ensure the person is supported appropriately.

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Update on the Annual Provider Information Return (PIR)
25/09/2019

New information has recently been released from the CQC. As most people are aware, there has been significant talk about changing the Provider Information Return (PIR). This is a document all CQC providers have always had to complete, which usually comes around the time an inspection is due.

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Essential Assessment: What is it and how can you use it?
23/09/2019

Our essential assessment is generally comprised of 15 questions. Usually they are true or false, multiple choice, fill the gap, or if the course allows, sorting/sequencing questions. The questions reflect the content of the video and are designed to ascertain if the learner has understood the content presented in the video.

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