NSHCS training standards and expectations

The NSHCS training standards and their associated support resources will help trainers to know how to work from best practice from the start.

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Taking on the trainer role is a significant responsibility and commitment. To support you and your departmental colleagues to navigate these responsibilities we have developed this set of training standards which clearly articulate what is expected of you.

There are 5 training standards and for each one there is a suite of training materials available on the NHS Learning Hub which we encourage you to access.  Additionally, if you are interested, there are introductory packages available on learning theory and how it links to practice.

To access the NHS Learning Hub you will need to have an account with the service. See below for details of how to sign up for the NHS Learning Hub.

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How to sign up for the NHS Learning Hub

If you have an NHS email

To access the NSHCS catalogue of resources, you will need to sign up for free to the NHS Learning Hub. If you already have an e-lfh (e-learning for health) login, you can sign into the Learning Hub with your e-lfh credentials. Otherwise, you will need to sign up to the NHS Learning Hub. Underneath the green sign-in button you will see ‘create an account’. Click on this and follow the instructions.

Once you have access to the Learning Hub you can access the National School of Healthcare Science catalogue.

If you do not have an NHS email address

Complete this brief form to grant us permission to send your name and e-mail address to the NHS Learning Hub development team to request access.

Once you have access to the Learning Hub you can access the National School of Healthcare Science catalogue.

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The training standards

As a trainer on one of our work-based healthcare science training programmes you will be expected to:

Last updated on 12th December 2023