This programme is made up of five sessions, each of which comprises a learning section followed by a short end-of-session quiz for you to check your learning.
This course has been designed by health care professionals, to support people with diabetes recap on carbohydrate counting skills and knowledge.
Carbon Literacy training raises your awareness and understanding of carbon costs and impacts. You will leave the session motivated and aware of ways to reduce your individual and organisational footprint.
Cardiff Commitment CPD Pilot Project aimed to support teaching staff in the online pivot. The digital badge is awarded to recognise and evidence the time spent by participants on professional learning.
You’d like to step back and take stock on your career and life to date, and decide which way your life should be going. This workbook allows you to review your current situation so that you can make informed and considered plans for the future.
This course is for university staff. It is intended to improve their awareness of student carers and their role in supporting them.
This course was developed with and for carers. It will help you gain a clearer understanding of who you are, identify your personal qualities and recognise the range of skills and abilities you’ve developed from your personal experiences and whilst caring. It will also help you to look forward, to think about what you’d like to do now or in the future and to make plans that will help you get where you hope to be.
Caring Counts in the Workplace (a reflection and planning course for managers and policy makers) is a new version of the original course Caring Counts: a self-reflection and planning course for carers. It has been adapted by The Open University in Scotland for managers and policy makers and is aimed at supporting carers in the workforce. We have developed this in collaboration with the Equal Partners in Care project (Scottish Social Services Council and NHS Education for Scotland) and with Carers Scotland.
This is a version of the OU Social Partnerships Network course 'Caring for Adults' for Wales.
SPN course Caring for adults is a course for carers, paid or unpaid, which looks at aspects of caring for adults in a range of settings including residential care, community and family caring.
This unit examines how companies and individual designers have established a distinctive profile and have invested much of their creativity towards Sustainable Product Design (SPD).
This is Welsh version of the OU Social Partnerships Network course 'Supporting children's development'