Training Course Resources
This website is for anyone who lives or works in Croydon. To access the range of e-learning courses click on the link below:
- Basic Safeguarding Awareness – Adult and Children Safeguarding
- Safeguarding Adults Level 1
- Mental Capacity Act
- Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
- Care Act – Safeguarding Duties and Responsibilities
- Safeguarding Children Level 1
- Safeguarding Children Level 2
- Substance Misuse
Social Care Information and Learning Service (SCILS)
An online learning resource/community dedicated to the Health and Social Care Sector.
A wide range of social care materials are available either for online or group learning along with learning with other serviced that support social care professionals in furthering their knowledge.
SCILS is available free of charge to Croydon staff, Independent and Voluntary sector providers, and health partners within Croydon.
To access SCILS:
Register for SCILS by emailing Elizabeth.email@example.com stating your name, work address and telephone number. You will be sent your registration details.
Go to Social Care Information and Learning Services (SCILS) register
Add your registration number.
Enter your personal details and create your own password that you will then use to access the website.
MHA and MCA Law
Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Law website is accessible to all staff and partners.
The website contains over a thousand cases, summarised and with copies of the judgement
Keeping up to date, the monthly mental health practice e-bulletin containing:
Latest case law – summarised – with full transcripts; latest news re Mental Health Act and Mental Capacity Act; latest inquiries following homicide and other publications.
Web link: http://www.mhaandmca.co.uk/
Research in Practice for Adults (RiPfA)
Research in Practice for Adults provides research, resources and tools to support social care professionals in the development and delivery of services for adults & their families.
Journal of Adult Protection
The Journal of Adult Protection takes an inclusive view on adult abuse and draws together papers which cover a wide range of issues in adult protection and related agendas. It offers vital access to innovative research, viewpoints and commentary on current policy in this important field of adult protection and safeguarding adults.
To access, click on the link below: