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The Mandatory Training Group is the leading UK provider of accredited statutory and mandatory training courses for healthcare and social care providers across the UK (England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland), Republic of Ireland, the European Union and internationally.

All our online health and social care training courses and statutory and mandatory training packages are externally peer-reviewed and accredited by the CPD Certification Service (CPDUK).

Click here to see our full list of our online statutory and mandatory training courses for health and social care professionals.

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Mandatory Training Courses for Health and Social Care Providers

Our MTG E-Learning platform is used by many Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulated organisations to provide online statutory and mandatory training courses for clinical and non-clinical staff.

Click here to see our mandatory and statutory training courses for doctors, dentists, nurses, healthcare assistants (HCAs), allied health professionals (AHPs) and health and social care support workers.

Who are mandatory training courses for?

Our mandatory and statutory training courses are professionally developed for health and social care developers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. All the mandatory e-learning packages meet the current UK legislation, guidelines and recommended best practice.

These mandatory training courses are suitable for health and social care workers, including:

  • NHS professionals
  • Doctors and medical staff
  • Locum NHS and private hospital doctors
  • Dentists and orthodontists
  • Dental nurses and dental practice staff
  • General practitioners (GPs)
  • General practice and community nurses
  • District nurses
  • GP surgery staff
  • Allied health professionals (AHPs)
  • Healthcare Assistants
  • Non-clinical staff in the NHS and private sector
  • Registered nurses in NHS Trusts
  • Registered nurses in care homes
  • Hospice care workers
  • Residential care home staff
  • Domiciliary care workers
  • Nursing home staff
  • Agency nurses
  • Agency care workers
  • Support workers
  • Care assistants.

Click here to browse through our healthcare and social care mandatory and statutory mandatory training courses online.

What is the list of mandatory training courses?

There is no exhaustive list of mandatory training courses for health and social care providers. However, the core health and social care mandatory training courses are included in table 1.0 below. Legislation and guidance may vary across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland (other laws and recommendations apply to all UK countries).

Training Course Type of Training  Legislative/Regulatory body

Equality, Diversity and Human Rights:

  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion
  • Workplace Diversity
  • Ant-bullying and Harassment
Statutory Training Equality Act 2010

Health and Safety at Work:

Display and Screen Equipment (DSE)
Slips, Trips and Falls

Falls Prevention

Statutory Training
Health and Safety at Work Act etc. 1974
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
Mandatory Training
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002, as amended/Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations

(RIDDOR) 2013:

  • Accident/incident reporting
Mandatory Training
Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations

(RIDDOR) 2013/Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974/Offshore Safety Act 1992/Railways Act 1993
Medical Devices
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Information Governance and Data Security Awareness/GDPR for Health and Social Care/Data Handling/Caldicott Principles/Data Protection
Mandatory Training Data Protection Act 2018/General Data Protection Guidelines (GDPR)
Fire Safety
Statutory Training

Infection Prevention and Control:

hand hygiene

personal protective equipment

Statutory/Mandatory Training
Food Hygiene and Food Safety
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Manual Handling and Moving and Handling
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Resuscitation (Basic Life Support)
Statutory/Mandatory Training

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

Violence Against Women

Domestic Abuse/Domestic Violence 

Sexual Violence/Sexual Abuse

Statutory/Mandatory Training
Safeguarding Children/Child Protection/Multi-Agency Working
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Conflict Management/NHS Conflict Resolution/Managing Violence and Aggression
Mandatory Training
Complaints Handling
Mandatory Training
Lone Working for Health and Care Workers
Mandatory Training
Care Certificate
Mandatory Training
Safe Handling of Medicines
Mandatory Training
Dementia Awareness
Mandatory Training
Mental Health Awareness
Mandatory Training
Learning Disability Awareness
Mandatory Training
Mental Capacity Act
Statutory Training
Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)
Statutory Training
Learning Disability Awareness
Mandatory Training
UK CSTF Statutory and Mandatory Training Courses
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Clinical/Care CSTF mandatory courses
Statutory/Mandatory Training
Blood Component Transfusion
Mandatory Training
Documentation and Record-Keeping/Clinical Record Keeping
Mandatory Training
Consent
Mandatory Training

Clinical Governance

Venous Thromboembolism Risk Assessment and Management

Duty of Candour

Raising concerns and Whistleblowing

Statutory/Mandatory Training

Table 1.0 Statutory and mandatory training requirements for Care Quality Commission regulated healthcare and social care organisations in the UK. 

Mandatory training courses delivered in all UK cities and regions

The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of statutory and mandatory training courses for healthcare and social care professionals. 

These mandatory training courses and all of the healthcare clinical training courses in our portfolio are accessible in all towns, cities, regions and surrounding areas in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland including:

  • Aberdeen
  • Armagh
  • Bangor
  • Bangor (Northern Ireland)
  • Bath
  • Belfast (Northern Ireland)
  • Birmingham
  • Bradford
  • Brighton and Hove
  • Bristol
  • Cambridge
  • Canterbury
  • Cardiff
  • Carlisle
  • Chester
  • Chichester
  • Cork (Republic of Ireland)
  • Coventry
  • Derby
  • Derry
  • Derry City
  • Dublin (Republic of Ireland)
  • Dundee
  • Durham
  • Edinburgh
  • Ely
  • Exeter
  • Galway City
  • Glasgow
  • Gloucester
  • Hereford
  • Inverness
  • Kingston upon Hull
  • Lancaster
  • Leeds
  • Leicester
  • Lichfield
  • Limerick
  • Lincoln
  • Lisburn (Northern Ireland)
  • Liverpool
  • City of London
  • Manchester
  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Newport
  • Newtownabbey (Northern Ireland)
  • Newry
  • Norwich
  • Nottingham
  • Oxford
  • Perth
  • Peterborough
  • Plymouth
  • Portsmouth
  • Preston
  • Ripon
  • Salford
  • Salisbury
  • Sheffield
  • Southampton
  • St Albans
  • St Davids
  • Stirling
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Sunderland
  • Swansea
  • Truro
  • Wakefield
  • Wells
  • Westminster
  • Winchester
  • Wolverhampton
  • Worcester
  • York.

Click here to book your statutory and mandatory training courses in all UK towns, cities and regions.

What is statutory training?

Statutory training is usually required by law or instruction by a statutory body on the basis of specific legislation, for example, the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999.

Health and social care employers often describe statutory training as ‘essential training’ or ‘compulsory training'. Statutory training and ensures that all healthcare and social care workers have the knowledge to maintain a safe and healthy working environment for themselves, their colleagues and service users.

Click here to see the full list of statutory and mandatory training courses for UK providers.

What does statutory training include?

All new health and social care employees are required to undertake core health and safety awareness and training, which usually includes:

  • awareness of the local health and safety policy,
  • COSHH awareness,
  • RIDDOR awareness,
  • fire safety awareness,
  • manual handling of objects,
  • people moving and handling,
  • basic risk assessment training.

    What is mandatory training?

    Mandatory training is the compulsory training that is determined as essential by an organisation for the safe and efficient delivery of services.

    Mandatory training helps to reduce organisational risks and comply with local or national policies, current UK legislation, regulations and professional guidelines.

    What is the meaning of mandatory training?

    Mandatory training is a requirement based upon the responsibility for nursing and healthcare staff to work in a safe manner. The training modules in the mandatory training course packages are appropriate in depth to the level of understanding needed.

    What does mandatory training include?

    Mandatory training requirements for health and social care providers differ depending on the services provided. Each organisation must carry out a training needs assessment to determine which mandatory training courses must be completed by staff to minimise risk and deliver safe and effective health and care services. 

    See table 1.0 for the typical statutory and mandatory training courses for health and social care professionals.

      What is the difference between statutory and mandatory training?

      Most health and social care organisations in the  UK use the terms 'essential training' or 'compulsory training' as a ‘catch-all’ phrase to cover both mandatory and statutory training.

      What is the difference between statutory and regulatory requirements?

      Statutory requirements refers to laws that are passed by a state and/or central government, while regulatory refers to a rule issued by a regulatory body appointed by a state and/or central government, for example, the Care Quality Commission regulations for health and social care providers.

      What are the requirements for employee training in health and social care sectors?

      Employee training and development is a broad term covering multiple kinds of employee learning. Health and social care training programs help employees learn specific knowledge or skills to improve performance in their current roles (both clinical and non-clinical).

      What is the difference between training and development? 

      The difference between training and management development tends to lie in timing. Typically, training is the process by which people are taught critical skills. Participants gain knowledge to carry out their current responsibilities. The goal of training is to improve performance in the short term.

      What is the difference between education, learning and training? 

      • Training is the giving of information and knowledge, through speech, the written word or other methods of demonstration in a manner that instructs the trainee.
      • Learning is the process of absorbing that information in order to increase skills and abilities and make use of it under a variety of contexts.
      • Learning is knowledge gained through experience, and education is knowledge gained through teaching. Learning is the process of adopting knowledge, values and skills.
      • Education is the process of imparting knowledge, values, skills and attitudes, which can be beneficial to an individual.

      Who should pay for mandatory training?

      In general, healthcare and social care employers such as NHS Trusts, care homes, dental and GP surgeries should pay for statutory and mandatory training. 

      Statutory regulators and professional organisations such as the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), Royal College of Nursing (RCN), British Medical Association (BMA) and the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) provide comprehensive guidance regarding mandatory training for nurses, doctors, allied health professions (AHP).

      The Working Time Regulations 1998 also provides statutory guidance for health and social care employers.

      Who should complete mandatory and statutory training courses? 

      Many health and social care workers often ask:

      • Who is mandatory training for?
      • Who should complete mandatory statutory training?
      • Who should do this training?

      The simple answer is that all health and social care workers (whether full-time, part-time, bank staff, temporary staff, agency or locum staff) should complete this training, including:

      • Health and social care managers
      • Non-clinical and administrative staff
      • Healthcare assistants (HCAs)
      • Support workers
      • Health and social care workers
      • Mental health support workers
      • NHS and private hospital doctors
      • Community doctors
      • Registered nurses
      • Paramedics and ambulance staff
      • GPs and GP practice staff
      • Residential and nursing care home staff
      • Porters and maintenance staff
      • Chefs, cooks and kitchen staff.

      Why is statutory and mandatory training compulsory?

      Attending statutory and mandatory training usually forms part of the terms and conditions (contractual obligations) of all health and social care workers.

      When should statutory and mandatory training be completed?

      • Induction training is usually within the first month of starting work.
      • Statutory and mandatory training must be completed during your first year.
      • Core statutory and mandatory training updates may be completed annually or bi-annually (mandatory training refresher/updates depending on local organisational policies).
      • Other statutory and mandatory training updates are completed every 3 years (refer to the UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) for Skills for Health's recommendations for mandatory and statutory training updates).

      Why do doctors, nurses, healthcare staff and care workers need mandatory training?

      The Care Quality Commission states the legal requirements for health and social care workers. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that all health and social care workers are qualified to the appropriate level, and that they have attended certain mandatory training and that their practice is up to date.

      See the Care Quality Commission website for their essential guidance for health and social care providers.

      When should mandatory training updates for nurses be completed?

      Registered nurses must complete statutory and mandatory training courses as specified by their employer.

      The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) does not set specific requirements stating how often mandatory training must be undertaken or completed. However, the NMC does require that registrants (nurses and midwives) remain trained and competent. To remain on the NMC register, nurses and midwives must meet the revalidation requirements for continuing professional development (CPD) (see the NMC website for the revalidation requirements for nurses and midwives).

      Nurses and midwives can use The Mandatory Training Group's certificates to show that they have completed mandatory training courses and other CPD accredited courses. 

      Who is responsible for Providing Statutory and Mandatory Training? 

      Health and social care employers are required by law to provide appropriate mandatory training for all their employees. Health and social care professionals must ensure that they have attended all the statutory and mandatory courses and ensure that their certificates remain in date.

      What are the employer's obligations for mandatory training?

      There are many frameworks under which healthcare employers should be delivering mandatory training.

      The NHS, for example, is required to meet the standards for better health, NHS Resolution risk management standards and the Care Quality Commission inspection criteria. Statutory and mandatory training frameworks vary depending on:

      • the risks encountered in the working environment,
      • the needs of the healthcare workforce,
      • insurers' standards,
      • governance and legal frameworks in place,
      • country-specific requirements, and
      • equality and diversity considerations.

      Are your health and social care courses accredited by CQC?

      The Care Quality Commission does not accredit health and social care training courses or qualifications. All our statutory and mandatory training courses, e-learning for health and social care programmes and qualifications are accredited by the CPD Certification Service (CPDUK).

      What are the CQC mandatory training requirements?

      Many health and social care providers often contact us to find out the list of CQC mandatory training requirements.

      The Care Quality Commission does not have a list of courses or mandatory training for health and social care providers. Each CQC regulated organisation must complete a training needs evaluation to determine the mandatory training courses that should be completed by various clinical and non-clinical staff. 

      What does mandatory training mean for CQC inspections?

      During an inspection CQC teams look at whether health and social care staff have the right qualifications, skills, knowledge and experience to do their job:

      • when they start their employment,
      • when they take on new responsibilities, and
      • on an ongoing basis.

      CQC inspectors look at how the service provider identifies the learning needs of staff and whether they have appropriate training to meet their learning needs and to cover the scope of their work.

      See table 1.0 for some of the statutory and mandatory training courses that CQC inspectors expect to see during their inspection.

      CQC inspectors may ask healthcare workers to demonstrate training for clinical staff linked to their specific clinical responsibilities. For example, a GP practice nurses may be asked to explain how they take samples for the cervical screening programme, administer vaccines and for extended roles in treating minor illness and long-term conditions.

      What are the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Regulation 18 requirements for health and social care providers?

      Care Quality Commission (CQC) Regulation 18 (staffing) requires health and social care providers to ensure that all their employees have the necessary qualifications, experience and training to deliver services safely and efficiently.

      CQC Regulation 18 requires healthcare and social care providers to ensure that all staff complete appropriate statutory and mandatory training courses in line with their jobs roles.

      What is the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014: Regulation 18?

      The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 deal with the fit and proper persons test and the duty of candour which came into force in November 2014 and with fundamental standards which come into force on 1 April 2015.

      Health and social care workers must complete the statutory duty of candour training.

      How does CQC inspect health and social care providers?

      The Care Quality Commission inspects all health and social care providers in England. CQC inspectors carry out regular checks on health and social care services. They call these comprehensive inspections and use them to make sure services are providing care that's safe, caring, effective, responsive to people's needs and well-led.

      CQC inspectors check whether all health and social care workers have completed their statutory and mandatory training courses.

      What are the health and social care regulatory compliance requirements?

      In general, compliance means conforming to a rule, such as a specification, policy, standard or law, e.g CQC Regulations for healthcare and social care organisations. Regulatory compliance describes the goals that organisations aspire to achieve in their efforts to ensure that they are aware of and take steps to comply with relevant laws, policies, and regulations.

      Are CQC health and social care regulations the law?

      Rules and administrative codes issued by governmental agencies at all levels, municipal, county, state and federal. Although they are not laws (strictly speaking), Care Quality Commission regulations have the force of law, since they are adopted under authority granted by statutes, and often include penalties for violations for those who fail to adhere.

      Which mandatory training courses are required for care homes?

      The Mandatory Training Group provides statutory and mandatory training courses for care homes, including nursing and residential care homes in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

      See table 1.0 for the full list of statutory and mandatory training courses for care homes in the UK.

      What are the Skills for Care & Care Quality lists for mandatory training courses for care staff?

      Skills for Care and CQC do not specify the full list of mandatory training courses that should be completed by health and social care professionals. Each CQC regulated organisation must carry out a training needs assessment (TNA) to determine the mandatory training requirements for its employees.

      What are the benefits of statutory and mandatory training in the UK?

      Both statutory and mandatory training help to equip health and social care professionals with essential skills and knowledge, awareness of legislative updates, regulatory frameworks and their professional responsibilities.

      Does mandatory training in the UK improve quality of health and care? 

      Mandatory training courses help UK healthcare and social care providers to improve the quality of services, meet legal requirements, minimise risk and improve patient satisfaction.

      Which training modules are mandatory?

      It is up to individual healthcare and social care providers to determine which training courses are mandatory. See table 1.0 for statutory and mandatory training guidance for health and social care providers.

      How is mandatory training provided?

      Mandatory training courses can be delivered face to face (classroom/practical training) or online via an online learning portal.

      See our full list of our online statutory and mandatory training courses for health and social care providers.

      What the statutory and mandatory training requirements for health and social care support workers?

      There is no list of statutory and mandatory training courses of statutory and mandatory training courses for health and social care support workers. Each provider of health and social care services is expected to assess the risks and determine which courses should be completed by its employees.

      What is mandatory training for care workers?

      There is no full list of mandatory training courses for care workers in the UK. The common mandatory training courses for care home and community care workers are listed in table 1.0.

      Why is mandatory training so important for health and social care workers?

      Mandatory training ensures that health and social care workers have the right knowledge and skills to carry out their duties in the safest ways possible, minimising any risk to themselves, other staff and service users.

      Mandatory training also helps health and social care professionals follow guidelines, including the safe use of equipment.

      Why is continuing professional development (CPD) training so important? 

      CPD training creates a supportive workplace. CPD training programs allow health and social care staff to strengthen those skills that need to be improved periodically. Health and social care CPD development programs bring all employees to a higher level so they all have similar skills and knowledge.

      What is the role of the Care Quality Commission?

      The role of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) as an independent regulator, is to register health and adult social care service providers in England and to inspect whether or not standards are being met.

      CQC also check that all healthcare and social care organisations have provided the necessary statutory and mandatory training courses for their employees.

      What does the CQC say about mandatory training?

      The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department of Health and Social Care of the United Kingdom. It was established in 2009 to regulate and inspect health and social care services in England. It was formed from three predecessor organisations: the Healthcare Commission.

      The Care Quality Commission expects all healthcare and social care providers in England to ensure that all their staff attend statutory and mandatory training courses that are appropriate to their roles.

      What are the powers and duties of the CQC?

      The Health and Social Care Act 2008 established the Care Quality Commission as the regulator of all health and adult social care services in England. This Act gives CQC regulatory powers and duties. 

      Part of the CQC's regulatory framework is to check that the necessary statutory and mandatory training requirements are met by all providers in England.

      Is it mandatory to have a Care Certificate?

      There is no statutory requirement for health and social care providers to implement the Care Certificate.

      Does CQC enforce the Care Certificate?

      The Care Certificate is not mandatory. the Care Quality Commission (CQC) cannot enforce the implementation of the Care Certificate. CQC inspectors do however have powers to enforce regulations covering staff training. As such, they will expect to see induction programmes that meet the Care Certificate standards.

      Can the Care Certificate be completed in full online?

      The Care Certificate theory aspects can be completed online as part of the statutory and mandatory training induction for new employees.

      However, all staff should be assessed and signed off in their workplaces by a supervisor or line manager to attain the full Care Certificate.

      How much does mandatory training cost?

      Mandatory training costs differ depending on providers and whether the courses are delivered in the classroom (open courses or onsite mandatory training).

      Can I complete all my mandatory and statutory training online?

      The majority of statutory and mandatory training courses can be completed online, using our interactive mandatory training portal for health and social care staff. However, mandatory training courses such as resuscitation (basic life support), moving and handling (manual handling of objects and people moving and handling) will require practical skills demonstration, simulations and assessments.

      You must follow your organisational policy regarding which statutory and mandatory training courses can be completed online.

      What is essential mandatory training for agency and bank workers?

      Your contract with the temporary work agency (nursing/care or locum agency) should outline your right to access the essential statutory and mandatory training courses to ensure that you work in a safe manner.

      See table 1.0 for the most common statutory and mandatory training courses for temporary, agency and bak workers.

      Which mandatory training courses should be completed by agency and bank workers?

      Generally, agency and bank care workers/nurses should receive mandatory training, but usually need to self-fund any further career development.

      Organisations such as NHS Professionals (bank only flexible workers) can access the majority of their online training courses. Agency nurses can also get advice from the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) regarding continuing professional development opportunities.

      Are your mandatory and statutory training courses approved by the NHS?

      The NHS does not approve or accredit statutory and mandatory training. However, NHS Trusts expect training to be mapped to frameworks such as the UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) (see the Skills for Health website for more information about the CSTF).

      The majority of the statutory and mandatory training courses are provided online, through our MTG E-Learning platform. However, aspects of some of the core mandatory training courses must completed face-to-face, including practical simulations, demonstrations and skills assessments. See MTG E-Learning for:

      • Healthcare online mandatory training courses
      • NHS agency worker mandatory training packages
      • Complete CQC compliant mandatory courses online.

      Which other mandatory training courses are available?

      In addition to the statutory and mandatory training courses listed above, The Mandatory Training Group also provides a wide range of health and social care eLearning courses. All our e-learning courses are completed via MTG E-Learning, our online learning portal.

      Health and social care workers can complete individual mandatory training modules online, or complete combined online training courses covering the call UK legislation, regulations and professional guidance. In addition, healthcare professionals and care workers can try our free statutory and mandatory training courses.

      Do you provide 'all in one day' mandatory training courses?

      Yes, we provide all in one-day mandatory training courses online. See the full list of our CPD accredited online mandatory training courses.

      The Mandatory Training Group provides a wide range of health and safety mandatory training courses for the UK and international businesses.

      All our mandatory training courses are expertly developed, externally peer-reviewed and accredited by CPDUK. Learners can access our statutory and mandatory training courses online for healthcare and social care professionals. 

      Are you accredited statutory and mandatory training providers?

      The Mandatory Training Group provide accredited statutory and mandatory training courses for NHS Trusts, private hospitals, local authorities, nursing and residential care homes. 

      Click here to see our e-learning courses for healthcare and social care professionals.

      Do you provide mandatory training for healthcare professionals in the classroom?

      The Mandatory Training Group no longer provides classroom-based statutory and mandatory training courses. However, you can still book for our online mandatory courses and complete these courses in your own time, on a device of your choice. On completion of each mandatory training course, you will be able to complete the end of course assessments and download your training certificate.

      Our mandatory training certificates can be used to show compliance with regulators such as the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and meet the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) requirements for registered nurses and midwives (statutory and mandatory training for NMC revalidation).

      Click here to see our UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF Aligned) statutory and mandatory training courses

      See the Skills for Health website for the full list of statutory and mandatory training courses that are aligned to the UK Core Skills Training Framework.

      Are your mandatory training courses approved by Skills for Health‎?

      Skills for Health do not approve statutory and mandatory training courses. However, healthcare training providers can map their mandatory and statutory training to the UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF).

      The CSTF has been adopted by many healthcare providers, including NHS Trusts and private hospitals. The Mandatory Training Group provide eLearning courses for doctors, registered nurses, allied health professionals and other health and social care workers. Our CSTF aligned mandatory training packages include:

      • Resuscitation (Adult, paediatric and newborn)
      • Childhood immunisation
      • Care certificate
      • Safeguarding children and adults
      • Conflict resolution
      • Equality, diversity and human rights and many others.

      Other CSTF aligned statutory and mandatory training solutions that are provided by The Mandatory Training Group include:

      • Mandatory training for doctors and medical professionals
      • Mandatory training for nurses and nursing staff
      • Mandatory training for domiciliary and home care workers
      • Mandatory training courses for healthcare professionals
      • Mandatory training for adult social care workers
      • Mandatory training for dentists and dental professionals
      • Mandatory training for allied health professionals
      • Care Certificate for healthcare and social care workers.

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      Where do I find more information about mandatory training?

      Health and social care providers can find further information about statutory and mandatory training from the following UK organisations:

      • Skills for Health
      • Skills for Care
      • Health Care Assistant Resources - Education and Training
      • NHS Professionals eLearning and Development
      • Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
      • Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
      • Universities and Colleges Admissions Service for the UK (UCAS)
      • Local Educational Institution (Further Education Colleges)
      • The Open University (OU)
      • NHS Careers
      • Scotland - NHS Education for Scotland
      • Wales - Learning@NHS Wales
      • Northern Ireland - Northern Ireland Practice and Education Council for Nursing and Midwifery
      • National Careers Service
      • Equality and Human Rights Commission (for England, Scotland and Wales)
      • Equality Commission Northern Ireland.

      Contact our Support Team to see how we can help your organisation with mandatory training courses for health and social care providers.

      Why train with The Mandatory Training Group?

      So, why complete your statutory health and social care mandatory training with The Mandatory Training Group?

      The benefits of using The Mandatory Training Group's e-learning courses for health and social care providers staff include:

      • CPDUK accredited e-learning provider
      • Ofqual approved training centre (UK qualifications)
      • Internationally recognised CPD and Ofqual approved certificates
      • Wide range of courses and programmes that cover multiple sectors
      • Free blended learning environment for individuals and organisations
      • Immediate access to online courses and programmes
      • Highly interactive e-learning portal 
      • Substantial cost reductions (no travel fees and other expenses related to classroom courses)
      • Self-paced online training courses
      • Low carbon footprint through e-learning courses
      • Repository of online learning materials and assessments
      • Fully qualified and experienced trainers, instructors and assessors
      • Experienced subject matter experts and content developers
      • Conversion of existing classroom courses to e-learning courses
      • All training courses meet the latest guidance and best practice recommendations.

      How do I book mandatory training for locum and agency workers?

      Contact our Support Team on 024 7610 0090 or via Email to see how we can help your organisation with health and social care statutory and mandatory training and mandatory training requirements.

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