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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Stress & Resilience Training Course?

This Stress and Resilience Training Course, we explain stress and how to notice it. We support you to understand resilience and take positive action towards building your own resilience. We share resources, including recent research suggesting a different approach to how we view and respond to stress.

How long does the Stress Resilience training last?

On average, this free Training course should take around 30 minutes to finish. Find out more here.

Is the Stress & Resilience Training Course free?

Absolutely! Grey Matter Learning provides this free Epilepsy Training Course for free as simply a way of giving something back, so you can experience our online learning without committing to one of our unlimited learning packages We have other free courses for you to try here.

Who can take this Free Stress & Resilience Course?

This online course has been designed specifically for Care and Support Workers working in a social care setting. It may also be useful to a wider audience of people who would like to know more about managing stress & building Resiliency.

Will I be able to attend this training completely online?

Absolutely! Grey Matter Learning is a social care eLearning technology company, providing a blend of online and face-to-face/webinar training solutions. For our online learning system, we use ‘Click’ for Social Care Online Training. If you’re interested in our Online learning services, you can find out more from this page.

How often should this Stress Resilience Training Course be refreshed ?

As often as possible. This free Stress Management and Resilience Building training course is available anytime. You can retake the course as often as you need to for better retention.

What approvals do these courses have?

Grey Matter Learning is a Skills for Care Centre of Excellence and, as such, has been scrutinised by the Sector Skills Council for the quality of our methods and materials.

Does completing one of your courses mean that I have passed my Care Certificate?

Any training provider that suggests that completing their training means you have completed the Care Certificate should be treated with extreme caution.  ONLY an employer can issue the Care Certificate following the observations of real work duties and why Click has observation recording, evidence adding and conversation-facilitating features for supervision built-in.

Is the Care Certificate free?

Many of our Local Authority customers fund access to Click so that providers in their area can access it free of charge.

How much does the Care Certificate cost?

Our pricing starts from just £3 per learner per month, which includes not just the Care Certificate but all of our 60+ courses.  It is important to note here that, once you have “achieved” the Care Certificate, you can take it with you, if you keep the evidence up to date or “current”.

How can I get a Care Certificate?

The only way to achieve the Care Certificate is to build an evidence portfolio that demonstrates that you meet the requirements and will need an employer to sign off the outcomes that require an observation.  However, you can complete the knowledge elements separately.

How long is the Care Certificate valid for?

Whilst care certificates don’t technically expire, the laws require organisations to demonstrate that staff are competent. Thus, it is common to ask staff to retake to provide evidence. But if you got an NVQ or years of experience in the social care sector, check this page out to avoid repeating the Care Certificate in full.