Healthcare providers now have greater online training options for staff, thanks to a new partnership between Skills for Health and Me Learning.

Already a well-known and well-respected provider of e-learning to the healthcare market, particularly in the NHS, Skills for Health is now partnering with e-learning specialist Me Learning.

The new partnership will see the provision of e-learning from Skills for Health increase significantly, enabling workforce development staff in the healthcare sector a far greater choice in digital training courses than ever before.

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John Tweddle, Head of Sales and Marketing at Skills for Health said: “We’re really excited to be joining forces with Me Learning to expand our range of courses. Working with Me Learning adds to our existing compliance catalogue and provides greater benefits to our colleagues in the public sector.

“The need for easily accessible, 24/7 online interactive digital learning is continuing to increase. This strategic partnership between Skills for Health and Me Learning is another step to meeting the demand of training in healthcare.”

Nick Richards, CEO of Me Learning added, “E-learning is ideal for the healthcare sector as it genuinely fits in around busy working schedules. Our range of over 130 e-learning courses are well placed to support those already provided by Skills for Health and we look forward to seeing the partnership develop.”

Skills for Health has been working with employers since 2002 and is the Sector Skills Council for the healthcare sector. It is the authoritative voice on workforce skills issues and offers proven solutions and tools, with the expertise and experience to use them effectively.

Me Learning has been creating and developing high quality e-learning courses for over 12 years. They provide digital training for over 110 local authorities and offer over 130 e-learning courses. They have previously partnered with high profile corporations such as the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Lloyds Bank Foundation and have received endorsement from institutions such as GCHQ as well as being announced as a winner in the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 for 3 consecutive years. Further information can be found here.

Skills for Health is currently working with multiple third parties as part of an ongoing process to expand the e-learning provision we offer across all of our sectors.

The new e-learning courses available through Skills for Health can be found here from December 2018.