Me Learning

For over 10 years Me Learning has been providing engaging, informative and clearly explained e-learning materials in a flexible format for our learners. We’ve won awards, we support hundreds of organisations on their e-learning journey and we’ve been used by hundreds of thousands of satisfied learners. We work with local authorities, schools, non-profits and businesses, care homes, safeguarding authorities, healthcare professionals as well as employees and job seekers looking to enhance their skills. We write about all sorts of topics across the varying industries that we serve. We want to bring more information, more support and to generally open up important conversations to our audience.

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What are the advantages and outcomes of Social Learning?

Here is what Me Learning's Head of Local Government, John Brewder, has shared regarding this topic: In recent conversations with customers I have noticed an […]

Me Learning Volunteers!

As part of our ongoing charity project initiative with our current charity partner Friends of the Elderly, on 3rd April two Me Learning employees volunteered […]

3 care home policies you need (that could save a life)

When it comes to care home policies, it’s often the case that small, seemingly mundane practices can reap serious rewards. ‘I don’t take on big […]

The importance of keeping your care standards up-to-date

CQC care standards might not be at the top of your list as a busy manager, but they’re about as important as it gets when […]

Winter vs Mental Health: Why you should invest in mental health awareness training for your team

Mental health at work was the one of the biggest stories of 2018.  

What are the benefits of health and social care distance learning vs traditional learning?

With a wide variety of roles and skills required in the care sector, finding a trainer who is willing and available to come and teach […]

5 ways to empower your care home staff to develop their skills

The Office of National Statistics predicts that, between 2015 and 2025, there will be a 36 percent rise in persons aged 85 years or more. As […]

Do your staff understand their duty of care?

Staff members that look after residents in a care or nursing home have a duty of care to their service-users. Most people in this role […]

Brexit and the EU General Data Protection Regulation: What you need to know

Unlawful sharing or storing of personal information is now under strict regulation, thanks to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into effect […]

Safeguarding policy: Is yours up to date?

In 2018, there were 15,676 cases of cruelty to children and young people. A decade ago, in 2008, that figure was just 6,204. However, it’s […]

What are business skills and why does your team need them?

The cost of running a company with employees lacking in business skills is vast, and finding staff with the right skillset in the first place […]

Care home certification: it’s nothing to be afraid of

In the United Kingdom, while the Care Certificate itself is not mandatory, the courses within the Care Certificate which are taken from the previously known […]

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