The virtual welcome

The Trust Welcome (Induction) takes place twice a month. In order to maintain social distancing the Trust Welcome is virtual using Microsoft Teams. New starters will join the Trust Welcome using a home computer/tablet or in their department. 

Trust welcome timetable

The Welcome comprises a greeting from the Chief Executive Officer, an opportunity to hear from the Director of People and a chance to learn how we work to support quality and patient safety.  The Trust Welcome will last until 10.30am.

At 11am, new starters who need to attend Moving and Handling will join a remote session for that.

At 2.30pm, new starters who need to attend the Blood Transfusion lecture will join a remote session.

At all other times and for new starters who do not need either Moving and Handling or Blood Transfusion, then there is time to begin the core mandatory training. 

New starters who require Adult Basic Life Support will complete the online training (Part A) and attend a standard drop-in session (Part B) available for all staff. Those who need Padiatric Basic Life Support can book a place on a standard session.

Core Mandatory Training during Induction

When you join the Trust it is expected that you will achieve compliance with your Core Mandatory Training (CMT) requirements by the end of your first week. This compliance will be achieved by either providing evidence of prior training, attending virtual sessions on induction as above, or completing online training and assessments.

  • Evidence of prior training
    • training completed at a different NHS Trust can be used as evidence of compliance with our CMT requirements.
    • this means you would still attend the welcme session but you would not need to attend all the mandatory training sessions  or complete all the online training.
    • please email a copy of your certificate or training record for consideration to huh-tr.internalcourses@nhs.net Please nclude your full name and expected start date and job role.
  • Online Training
    • The Trust uses two online tools: Articulate Online and .ESR Learning Certifications.
    • Training available with Articulate Online can be completed before your start date from any computer. 
    • The training using ESR Learning Certifications can only be done after you have started.
    • The CMT that you require varies according to your role. The next section gives you examples of different roles in the organisation. When you select them, they will open up to show the different CMT requirements and a guide and links for you to complete them online.

 

CMT requirements: Non-clinical job roles

Examples of non-clinical job roles for the purposes of CMT requirements are:

  • adminstrative roles such as receptionists,secretaries, ward clerks,
  • estate roles such as carpenters, electricians
  • bio-chemist roles such as microbiology scientists, embryologists

The CMT that you require will be: Conflict Resolution, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and Welfare, Infection Control Level 1, Moving and Handling Level 1, Preventing Radicalisation Basic Awareness Level 1, Resuscitation Level 1, Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Safeguarding Children Level 1.  These are all available in the CMT Booklet.

You will also need, Fire Safety and Information Governance. These are separate online topics. The links to complete this eLearning will be sent to you during the week before your Welcome date.

All of the eLearning above uses Articulate. 

  • you can use any computer, anywhere
  • There is no log in (but if you use a Homerton computer you must be logged into the computer with your own login name otherwise it will overwrite your colleague's scores)
  • There is no password
  • enter your name
  • NHS.net email address if known otherwise another email will do
  • ESR (employee number) found on your payslip if known otherwise put New Starter
  • You can take a screen print at the end for your records but the education team will run a report to update your records.

CMT requirements: Adult clinical service roles not requiring moving and handling

Examples of clinical job roles for the purposes of CMT requirements are those working in adult services whether acute or community based nd do not require Moving and Handling training Level 2:

  • Allied health professionals such as speech and language therapists, dietitians
  • psychologists
  • consultants
  • pharmacists
  • clinical staff working in sexual health services

The CMT that you require will be: Conflict Resolution, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and Welfare, Infection Control Level 1, Moving and Handling Level 1, Preventing Radicalisation Basic Awareness Level 1, Resuscitation Level 1, Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Safeguarding Children Level 1.  These are all available in the CMT Booklet.

You will also need Fire Safety, Information Governance, Safeguarding Adults Level 2, Infection Prevenion and Control Level 2 (except psychologists). These are separate online topics. The links to complete this eLearning will be sent to you during the week before your Welcome date.

All of the eLearning above uses Articulate. 

  • You can use any computer, anywhere
  • There is no log in (but if you use a Homerton computer you must be logged into the computer with your own login name otherwise it will overwrite your colleague's scores)
  • There is no password
  • Enter your name
  • NHS.net email address if known otherwise another email will do
  • ESR (employee number) found on your payslip if known otherwise put New Starter
  • You can take a screen print at the end for your records but the education team will run a report to update your records.

You will also need to complete Adult Basic Life Support (Resuscitation Level 2). This Is in two parts. Part A is online using Articulate as above. Part B is a short drop in session with no need to book. More details will be sent to you before the welcome. 

There are also two topics to complete on ESR but you will not usually have access to ESR until the week after the Trust Welcome.  The two topics are Preventing Radicalisation Awareness Level 3 and Safeguarding Children Level 2.  These are completed using Learning Certifications in ESR.  Advice on how to complete these is in the Welcome guide which the recruitment team will send to you.

CMT requirements: Adult clinical service roles requiring moving and handling

Examples of clinical job roles for the purposes of CMT requirements are those working in adult services whether acute or community based and require Moving and Handling training Level 2:

  • Allied health professionals such as physiotherapists and occupational therapists
  • adult community nursing staff
  • ward nurses and health care assistants
  • midwives and maternity care assistants
  • clincial nurse specialists

The CMT that you require will be: Conflict Resolution, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and Welfare, Infection Control Level 1, Moving and Handling Level 1, Preventing Radicalisation Basic Awareness Level 1, Resuscitation Level 1, Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Safeguarding Children Level 1.  These are all available in the CMT Booklet.

You will also need Fire Safety, Information Governance, Safeguarding Adults Level 2, Infection Prevenion and Control Level 2 (except psychologists). These are separate online topics. The links to complete this eLearning will be sent to you during the week before your Welcome date.

All of the eLearning above uses Articulate. 

  • You can use any computer, anywhere
  • There is no log in (but if you use a Homerton computer you must be logged into the computer with your own login name otherwise it will overwrite your colleague's scores)
  • There is no password
  • Enter your name
  • NHS.net email address if known otherwise another email will do
  • ESR (employee number) found on your payslip if known otherwise put New Starter
  • You can take a screen print at the end for your records but the education team will run a report to update your records.

You will also need to complete Adult Basic Life Support (Resuscitation Level 2). This Is in two parts. Part A is online using Articulate as above. Part B is a short drop in session with no need to book. More details will be sent to you before the welcome. 

Blood Transfusion Lecture (not required for therapists) and Moving and Handling Level 2 will be completed in virtual sessions during the Trust welcome.

There are also two topics to complete on ESR but you will not usually have access to ESR until the week after the Trust Welcome.  The two topics are Preventing Radicalisation Awareness Level 3 and Safeguarding Children Level 2.  These are completed using Learning Certifications in ESR.  Advice on how to complete these is in the Welcome guide which the recruitment team will send to you.

CMT requirements: Child clinical service roles not requiring moving and handling

Examples of clinical job roles for the purposes of CMT requirements are those working in services with clidren as patients or clients whether acute or community based and do not require Moving and Handling training Level 2:

  • Allied health professionals such as speech and language therapists, dietitians
  • psychologists
  • consultants
  • Health visitors

The CMT that you require will be: Conflict Resolution, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and Welfare, Infection Control Level 1, Moving and Handling Level 1, Preventing Radicalisation Basic Awareness Level 1, Resuscitation Level 1, Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Safeguarding Children Level 1.  These are all available in the CMT Booklet.

You will also need, Fire Safety, Information Governance, Safeguarding Adults Level 2, Infection Prevenion and Control Level 2 (except psychologists). These are separate online topics. The links to complete this eLearning will be sent to you during the week before your Welcome date.

All of the eLearning above uses Articulate. 

  • you can use any computer, anywhere
  • There is no log in (but if you use a Homerton computer you must be logged into the computer with your own login name otherwise it will overwrite your colleague's scores)
  • There is no password
  • enter your name
  • NHS.net email address if known otherwise another email will do
  • ESR (employee number) found on your payslip if known otherwise put New Starter
  • You can take a screen print at the end for your records but the education team will run a report to update your records.

You will also need to complete Adult Basic Life Support (Resuscitation Level 2) and Paediatric Basic Life Support . Adult Baci Life Support Is in two parts. Part A is online using Articulate as above. Part B is a short drop in session with no need to book. More details will be sent to you before the welcome. Paediatric Basic Life Support is a 90 minute class and more details will be sent to you before the welcome

There area also three topics to complete on ESR but you will not usually have access to this until the week after the Trust Welcome.  The two topics are Preventing Radicalisation Awareness Level 3 and Safeguarding Children Level 3.  These are completed using Learning Certifications in ESR.  Advice on how to complete these is in the Welcome guide which the recruitment team will send to you.

CMT requirements: Child clinical service roles requiring moving and handling

Examples of clinical job roles for the purposes of CMT requirements are those working in services with clidren as patients or clients whether acute or community based that require Moving and Handling training Level 2:

  • Allied health professionals such as occupational therapists and physiotherapists
  • Emergency department nurses and health care assistants
  • radiology department staff

The CMT that you require will be: Conflict Resolution, Equality and Diversity, Health and Safety and Welfare, Infection Control Level 1, Moving and Handling Level 1, Preventing Radicalisation Basic Awareness Level 1, Resuscitation Level 1, Safeguarding Adults Level 1, Safeguarding Children Level 1.  These are all available in the CMT Booklet.

You will also need, Fire Safety, Information Governance, Safeguarding Adults Level 2, Infection Prevenion and Control Level 2 (except psychologists). These are separate online topics. The links to complete this eLearning will be sent to you during the week before your Welcome date.

All of the eLearning above uses Articulate. 

  • you can use any computer, anywhere
  • There is no log in (but if you use a Homerton computer you must be logged into the computer with your own login name otherwise it will overwrite your colleague's scores)
  • There is no password
  • enter your name
  • NHS.net email address if known otherwise another email will do
  • ESR (employee number) found on your payslip if known otherwise put New Starter
  • You can take a screen print at the end for your records but the education team will run a report to update your records.

You will also need to complete Adult Basic Life Support (Resuscitation Level 2) and Paediatric Basic Life Support . Adult Baci Life Support Is in two parts. Part A is online using Articulate as above. Part B is a short drop in session with no need to book. More details will be sent to you before the welcome. Paediatric Basic Life Support is a 90 minute class and more details will be sent to you before the welcome

Blood Transfusion Lecture (not required for therapists) and Moving and Handling Level 2 will be completed in virtual sessions during the Trust welcome.

There area also three topics to complete on ESR but you will not usually have access to this until the week after the Trust Welcome.  The two topics are Preventing Radicalisation Awareness Level 3 and Safeguarding Children Level 3.  These are completed using Learning Certifications in ESR.  Advice on how to complete these is in the Welcome guide which the recruitment team will send to you.