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We are going to share ideas and articles here gathered from over a thousand managers and leaders completing "Lead to Succeed" with us, with contributions from our own team of experts, former inspectors and business leaders.

New Features Makes CLICK More User Friendly Than Ever Before!

The Grey Matter Learning team’s mission is to improve lives through learning. As a result we are constantly innovating to ensure Click, our e-learning platform, delivers greater efficiencies for our members. Our overriding principle is to make life easier for managers to collect evidence that their workforce is continuing with their person-centred learning, and they…

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Person Centred Learning

Person Centred Learning

Do more than train, learn. Sometimes, it’s easy to focus on what’s happening in the here and now within your job role, especially with the increased demand for social care in recent months. Anything additional which you need to know to update your professional development can wait until your next annual training session, right? Well,…

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Guide: How eLearning can help to overcome the challenges faced within social care

We’ve prepared a brief guide exploring, ‘how eLearning can help to overcome the challenges faced within social care’. You can read the brief guide on the flip book below.

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CQC ratings

You don’t need training…

That’s correct! You don’t just need training to work in the social care sector, what you actually need is so much more than just training. In fact, to maintain the exceptionally high standards of care that is needed in social care, you actually need to evidence the learning that you have acquired through the training….

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Think differently

Don’t limit your learning to just attending training

You might be wondering what we mean by not limiting your learning to just attending training. What we mean is that simply attending mandatory training is just the start of the learning journey. Training is ideally the facilitation of learning, but for staff to be competent, training is just the beginning. We have discussed before…

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Ebbinghaus

Video based eLearning

Thanks as always to everyone who shared their feedback about last weeks and welcome to our new subscribers.  This week I wanted to re-visit some of the themes we talked about in the previous posts: Blended Learning Competence is more important than attendance The Care Certificate is not about training The core principles in all…

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time

Time, the most precious resource

Welcome to all of our new subscribers, thanks for joining our community!  This week I wanted to revisit a topic we touched on in “Time Management”, time, it is the most precious resource. How we maximise our daily 1440 minutes and what we do during those available minutes is always a hot topic, especially when…

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Specialist Care for Social Care Providers | eLearning Courses and Trainings with Certificate of Completions

Continuous Learning vs Mandatory Training

This week I wanted to follow on from the previous two posts around continuous learning because it can be a super-efficient way to save time and money.  Whilst this week might be a shameless plug of our methodology, specifically aimed at managers in care businesses, it is also embedded in the new CQC Strategy…  Just…

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Social Care Awesomeness

The Benefits of Continuous Learning

This week, I wanted to expand on some of the themes we discussed last week and, in particular, a piece of feedback we received about the Continence Management course. First of all, we have all heard the expression ‘we learn something new every day’ or ‘every day is a school day’; the real question is,…

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Grey Matter Learning | Social Care Blog on Care Certificate, CQC Inspection, and Leadership Tips

Continuous Learning = Continuous Competence

As a learning technology company, we at Grey Matter Learning believe in the power of the individual.  We know, from years of gathering evidence, that the best learning experiences are person-centred and tailored to the learner.  We understand and make use of the learner’s current knowledge, fill gaps in their learning and reveal the truth…

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