About us

The purpose of Care Learning is to empower health and social care professionals by providing accessible, current, and comprehensive information and resources.

Our goal is to enhance workforce development through a user-friendly platform that offers the latest news in the sector, practical training guides, step-by-step procedural insights, and essential compliance guidance including CQC regulations.

We are committed to supporting the continuous growth and education of those dedicated to care, ensuring they have the knowledge and tools necessary to excel in their field and improve care quality.

Our values

  1. Empowerment: We equip health and social care professionals with the knowledge and tools to excel and innovate in their careers.
  2. Accessibility: We ensure that everything from training materials to regulatory guidelines is clear and accessible to all members of the healthcare community.
  3. Comprehensiveness: We provide a broad range of information, covering every aspect of health and social care workforce development, including news, updates, and detailed guides.
  4. Quality: Our goal is to uphold the highest standards in information quality by offering resources that are accurate, relevant, and current.
  5. Support: We are dedicated to supporting the professional growth of healthcare workers, which helps improve care quality across the community.
  6. Innovation: By sharing the latest research and advancements, we promote innovation and encourage a progressive community mindset.

These values drive Care Learning’s mission to support and enhance the capabilities of health and social care professionals.

Our audiences

Healthcare Professionals: This group includes doctors, nurses, and clinical staff who need to keep their skills current and learn about new medical procedures and guidelines.

Social Care Workers: These individuals work in care homes or community support services. They need ongoing training on best practices and how to comply with regulations.

Care Home Managers: Those in charge of running care facilities must be up-to-date with industry standards and regulations from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

Training Coordinators: These are the educators who create and run training programs for health and social care workers.

Healthcare Administrators: Administrative staff look for information on managing healthcare facilities, implementing policies, and adhering to health regulations.

Students in Healthcare Fields: Students aiming for careers in healthcare or social care require access to the latest information and practical resources as part of their studies.

Policy Makers and Researchers: This group shapes healthcare policies or conducts research related to health services development.

Volunteer Caregivers: Volunteers in healthcare settings need basic training about caregiving procedures and environments.

Care Workers: These are experienced individuals in the care sector who look for ongoing professional development and updates on care practices and regulations.

Newcomers to the Sector: People new to health and social care need basic knowledge, training, and guidance to start their careers effectively.

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