Freedom to Speak Up elearning Course
- Helps you understand how to speak up and what to expect when you do
- Suitable for all healthcare professional regardless of where you work.
- Developed in partnership with UK’s top clinical specialists.
The Freedom to Speak Up elearning course is an engaging, online training course explaining what “speaking up” is and why it is important in creating an environment in which healthcare professionals are supported to deliver their best. Suitable for all healthcare professionals, whichever care setting you work in, available to practitioners around the world, the Freedom to Speak up elearning course will help you understand the vital role you can play and the support available to encourage a healthy speaking up culture for the benefit of patients and workers.
Written by the UK’s Top Clinical SpecialistsThis online training has been developed in the UK by the UK’s National Guardian’s Office and Health Education England elearning for healthcare. This course meets the highest training standards and offers a world-class elearning experience.
Made to Fit Your Busy LifeThe engaging, interactive content, that’s delivered online, means you can study at home, in work or even on the move. Plus, the bitesize modules track your progress, so it’s possible to dip in and out of sessions, and allow you to access them in any order, as frequently as you need. Making this the perfect course to enhance your knowledge and skills even when you have a busy life. The course is divided into three parts.
- Speak Up: Core training is for all workers including volunteers, students and those in training, regardless of their contract terms and covers what speaking up is and why it matters. It will help learners understand how to speak up and what to expect when they do.
- Listen Up: This training for all line and middle managers and is focussed more on listening up and the barriers that can get in the way of speaking up.
- Follow Up: This training is aimed at all senior leaders including executive board members (and equivalents), Non-Executive Directors, and Governors to help them understand their role in setting the tone for a good speaking up culture and how speaking up can promote organisational learning and improvement.