Welcome to our e-learning portal. On this page you will find a list of free, online e-learning modules designed to raise awareness of the armed forces community needs. You will be able to view individual courses, but not participate unless enrolled.
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Mental Health Awareness

This e-learning package is currently being reviewed. Find out more about mental health issues affecting our armed forces.

Carers Awareness

Find out more about the issues affecting carers in the armed forces community.

Zero Suicide Prevention Training

This training is providing by The Zero Suicide Alliance. The Alliance is a collaborative of National Health Service trusts, businesses and individuals who are all committed to suicide prevention in the UK and beyond. The aims of this training are to: enable people to identify when someone is presenting with suicidal thoughts/behaviour, to be able to speak out in a supportive manner, and to empower them to signpost the individual to the correct services or support.

Adjusting to Life Outside the Armed Forces

Warwickshire County Council, on behalf of the Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire Armed Forces Covenant partnership launched an innovative e-learning resource for those who are leaving or have recently left the Armed Forces and their families. It addresses issues that are commonly experienced within the transition and adjustment process such as acquiring accommodation, employment, health as well as personal and family adjustment.

Other E-Learning

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E-learning programme to support improved care for serving personnel, veterans and their families

Health Education England e-Learning for Healthcare, with support from NHS England, has launched an e-learning programme to help increase understanding of the armed forces population and facilitate improved care and treatment. The programme covers current serving personnel, veterans and their families.

Whilst many aspects of health need are the same as the general public, there are sometimes significant differences, particularly in relation to conditions attributable to service life and the impact upon families. These differences can be reflected in the way in which healthcare is delivered, the range and types of services provided and the long-term impact upon patients and families.

Health Education England

Highlighting both the similarities and differences to help health and social care personnel to understand the context of military life.

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