Why use CareTutor?

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CareTutor offers the best in Social Care eLearning, offering high-quality, cost-effective video-based training, giving your staff the skills your organisation needs.
CareTutor is the only video-based training provider in the UK to be endorsed through the Skills for Care eLearning framework. CareTutor is now recognised as a Skills for Care Centre of Excellence.

Our Traffic Light Training Matrix Reports allow you to easily and quickly manage your training! One is a certificate report, letting you know the dates courses were completed and when they are due for a refresher, using a traffic light colour-coding system.  The other is a simple progress report, letting you know the various stages of each enrolment: not started, started, completed, failed etc. Reports can be exported, if required, for CQC inspection purposes.

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All our courses are created with the assistance of leading UK consultants. All courses are endorsed by Skills for Care and are peer-reviewed by recognised organisations, such as the Alzheimer’s Society and SCIE (Social Care Institute for Excellence)

·         Interactive video chapters with questions ensuring students understand the key points from each chapter

·         Mapped to relevant standards in each country in the UK for social care including:
·         Skills for Care's Care Certificate Standards (England)
·         The new All Wales Induction Framework for Health and Social Care (AWIFHSC) (Wales)
·         National Care Standards (Scotland)
·         Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) Standards of Practice (Northern Ireland)
·         All courses also linked to requirements for RQF units
·         Produced in collaboration with leading UK consultants
·         Cost-effective, whether you're a large business, an agency or a single worker
·         Great value from only 45p per user per month!!!
·         Award-winning video-based eLearning full of clear and memorable information
·         Monitor retention with comprehensive assessment questions and reporting


Last modified: Wednesday, 18 January 2023, 7:08 PM