About Us

Our TQUK accredited courses are regulated by Ofqual UK.

Our Story

At Health and Social Care Education (HSCE), we facilitate a broad range of education and training courses in health and social care. Our unique approach to education and training uses a combination of flexible/blended learning solutions. We empower our learners throughout UK to choose the way they learn best without compromising the quality of the learning experience. We facilitate education and training for health and social care organisations. All our courses are facilitated by experts at the cutting edge of health and social care practice. Our intensive 5 day theory courses offer the same expertise as university courses, but with more focus on practical skills. We challenge status quo by facilitating courses that complement evidence based practice where learners explore applicability of theory in a practice setting by using adaptable competency workbooks for local assessments.

We CARE about your development!
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WE ARE CPD REGISTERED

Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is the way that professionals continue to learn and develop throughout their career and ensure they keep their skills and knowledge up to date to be able to practise safely.
‍If you work in a role that requires registration with a regulatory body such as nursing, then you are required to keep your skills and knowledge up to date through CPD.For example, all nurses on the NMC register must complete 35 hours of CPD in a three year period. E-learning can count towards some of the required CPD hours, so the great news is HSCE  e-learning modules can be used to evidence ongoing CPD hours!
Each module on Academy gives an indication of the time required in “active learning” to complete it. Once the module is completed and the assessment passed, a certificate is then issued which can be downloaded.
The terms CPD hours/scores/points are used interchangeably, although a module on Academy does not give the number of CPD “points”, the general guide is that usually one hour of learning equates to one CPD “point”.

Association of Healthcare Trainers member

TQUK ACCREDITED