We understand that hard copy, digital and face to face training is required to engage with your learners.
Our flexible CliniLearn, Learner Management System (LMS) is powered by Health Education Learner Management (HELM). This provides the platform to support blended learning and simplified reporting, which can standalone or co-exist with your existing IT infrastructure. From a single care home to an NHS Trust, HELM learning environments are used by healthcare providers across the UK and have successfully delivered over 1 million learning modules to healthcare staff. HELM clients include Health Education England, NHS Trusts, medical schools and Royal Colleges.
The expanding portfolio of HELM modules have been developed in conjunction with NHS Trusts, UK Medical Academia and Health Education England. Designed to be flexible and to fit in with the way your organisation works, all HELM modules are updated on a regular basis ensuring that you have the most up to date training available to your staff. HELM modules work on any SCORM compatible Learning Management System (LMS), including OLM, Moodle and Kallidus, as well as the CliniLearn LMS itself.
Proven NHS track record
All modules map to national and specialty guidance
Over 1 million modules delivered to healthcare staff
Fully customisable using the Nimble®Author content authoring tool.
SCORM 1.2 compliant
Flash and HTML 5 compatible – works on mobile devices and older computers equally well
Safe and secure, hosted by AWS, industry leaders in cloud hosting
Certified by the HM Government Cyber Essentials scheme
"Switching our statutory and mandatory training to the HELM elearning modules, along with the ability to update the content ourselves, has meant that our Trust has been able to focus on quality training delivery. The resulting reduction in time taken to complete and assess elearning has saved our Trust over £1 million in the first year alone.
Saving time, not only helps us save money, but also means clinical staff have more time to deliver better quality, patient centered care."
ED Thurlow, Core Training Lead, The Learning and Organisational Development Team
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
"We are delighted to be working in partnership with HELM to deliver bespoke e-learning modules to our stakeholders across the West Midlands. These are engaging and informative packages which take participants on a structured and fun learning journey whilst also valuing the importance of high quality education and training.
There are many benefits to be realised from using an e-learning approach including creating more time for staff to deliver excellent care to patients."
Suzanne Harris, Exec Lead, Talent Management, OD and Corporate Affairs
Health Education West Midlands Local Delivery Partnership
NHS Leadership Academy