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Digital Learning Solutions

The complete digital learning platform for health and social care

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Delivering Digital Learning to Health and Social Care

319

centres

348,119

learners

819,619

learning hours

186,353

courses completed

Our products and services can help you manage digital learning delivery for the benefit of the people in your organisation.

Learning content

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IT Skills Pathway

24 courses

312,635 learners

IT Skills Pathway

Quality assured Digital Skills and Microsoft Office learning and assessment content. From basic digital literacy and skills through to advanced Microsoft Excel and Word training.

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Reasonable Adjustment Flag

1 courses

6 learners

Reasonable Adjustment Flag

The reasonable adjustment flag is a national record which indicates that reasonable adjustments are required for a patient. NHS England and NHS Digital have built a reasonable adjustment flag in the NHS Spine to enable health and care professionals to record, share and view patients’ reasonable adjustments across the NHS. This enables staff and services to carry out this anticipatory duty wherever the patient is treated.

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Terminology and Classifications Delivery Service

3 courses

2,187 learners

Terminology and Classifications Delivery Service

Learning resources relating to Clinical and Pharmacy Terminology and Clinical Classifications products, including ICD, OPCS, SNOMED CT and dm+d. These resources will help you to understand and make best use of these products.

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Digital Learning Solutions Products

Create, deliver, manage and track digital learning using our suite of products.

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Deliver And Track Digital Learning

Use the Tracking System to deliver and manage learning.

  • Provide your staff or students with access to quality assured digital learning content
  • Provide access to your own, hosted learning content
  • Comprehensive tools for managing learners and learning pathways
  • Track and report on learning
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Manage Digital Learning Content

Create and manage courses using the Content Management System.

  • Create courses, providing only necessary information
  • Upload digital content (tutorials, assessments, videos, documents etc) created in any tool.
  • Structure your content to make it digestible and for ease of navigation.
  • Publish content for your learners and even make it available to other DLS centres.
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Access Digital Learning Content

Access courses and bitesize content easily from the Learning Portal.

  • At a glance view of current learning courses and target dates.
  • Easy, searchable access to available learning content.
  • Quick access to completed courses and certificates.
  • Browsable and searchable bitesize learning from the Knowledge Bank.

Customer Stories

What our Customers say about Digital Learning Solutions

We were able to quickly and easily publish the training to the system allowing remote trainees to access the materials whenever they needed to.

Jason Smith, ODL Training Officer, NHS Pathways, 21 December 2018

I really like the simplicity and effectiveness of the Content Creator. It has all the features and functions you would expect from any current elearning authoring tool.

Liam Marshall, Education and Development Officer, North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, 21 September 2018

The quiz section is really powerful and simple to use and also quick to develop.

Liam Marshall, Education and Development Officer, North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, 21 September 2018

We’re ready to go now! We want to include the Pathway in our annual Learning and Development programme and the senior management team are determined to get IT training rolled out across the organisation.

Catherine Brewster, Head of Learning and Development, Vibrance, 28 July 2017

Our aim is that all our students leave their courses digitally literate and competent for their future work.

Barbara Wilford, Teesside University, 31 May 2017

Digital Learning Solutions News

  • Shockwave courses retired
    A reminder to all centres that the Shockwave courses have been retired from 1st October
  • Annual Survey completion date extended to 18th October
    If you are a centre manager and have not yet completed the annual survey there is still time to let us have your feedback. We've extended the closing date to the 18th October and we would very much appreciate your input.  
  • Shockwave courses retiring 1st October 20
    All Shockwave courses will retire on 1st October 2020, find out everything you need to know in the August Bulletin 
  • Retiring all Shockwave reliant courses
    All Shockwave reliant courses will go into retirement later this year. See the July operational bulletin for an action plan and guidance to help all centres switch to the digital workplace.
  • June Operational Bulletin
    The June operational bulletin is available now with all the latest updates and news ... 
  • May Operational Bulletin
    The May operational bulletin has now been published, to see more about the latest system updates released on 18th May, new training dates available, top 10 centres and Content Creator gets a time out...
  • April Operational Bulletin

    The April operational bulletin is now available and includes all the usual news, training and a reminder about how to contact the DLS team for support now that we've moved to Health Education England (HEE).  

  • Read all the latest news from DLS in the 100th Edition of the bulletin
    We’re on the move at DLS but it’s business as usual for all your services, centres and learners. In this months bulletin we bring to you the 100th edition of the bulletin and take a trip down memory lane to the very 1st edition. Our new feature “5 minutes with…” focuses on Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust. Also included the links to next months training dates and the top 10 DLS centres.
  • DLS Annual Survey Report available now
    Find out what our centres think about the products and services we deliver in the Digital Learning Solutions Annual Survey Report 2019
  • Adobe announce Shockwave will be discontinued
    We recommend that centres use the HTML5 "for the Workplace" courses. Further information is available from the Tracking System FAQs.
  • Digital Learning Solutions Updated Terms of use
    Available to read now from the Terms of use button in the footer of all our systems.
  • Case study - Hosting content with IT Skills Pathway
    See the case study to learn how the team at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals are using this solution to host their Doctor's induction.
  • Office 365 learning materials published to all centres
    Office 365 for the Workplace learning materials have been published to all centres and are now available from the Course Setup tab, Create New Course for Office Essentials, Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Meet the Team

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Claire Adams

Service Management Lead
Digital Learning Solutions

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David Levison

Senior Service Manager
Digital Learning Solutions

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Carolyn Mawdesley

Service Management Analyst
Digital Learning Solutions

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Kevin Whittaker

Senior Systems Developer
Digital Learning Solutions

Contact Us

If you are interested in accessing learning content, please Find Your Centre and contact them for more information.

If you represent a centre using or interested in using Digital Learning Solutions, get in touch using the form below

 
 
 

Health Education England
Stewart House
32 Russell Square
London
WC1B 5DN

dls@hee.nhs.uk