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Due to the social distancing measures currently in place we have suspended all face to face training activity & this includes our two day Trust induction. All mandatory training required for your role will be delivered via eHub the Trusts online learning platform that you will be given access to prior to joining us. Your are welcome to complete training before joining us however your local workplace induction will allow time for this to take place.
(information below will be reintroduced based on national guidance)
The Dorset HealthCare Trust Induction is a two-day course undertaken by all new starters. The induction takes them through their necessary mandatory training, as well as introducing you to our Trust Vision, Values and Behaviours, covering a variety of topics, from Equality & Diversity training to dementia awareness. The course is a corporate welcome to the organisation, as well as a chance to hear the experiences of some of our service users and carers to remind us why our work is so important.
Download the Induction Programme to see an itinerary for the day. Please note that timings may be subject to change; new starters will be send a programme with the correct timing before their induction.
There is a section of induction which is presented via electronic tablets. Please see the Documents list below to update yourself.
Equality, Diversity & Human Rights
Infection Prevention Control (Non-clinical)
Infection Prevention Control (Clinical)
Moving & Handling
Radiation Protection Training (For staff undertaking work within this area)
All new staff will need to attend Trust Induction, whereas only certain new staff will need to attend the following training. If you are unsure about whether you need to attend, contact your line manager. Don't know who this is? Call 01202 277145.
PMVA training is a five day course undertaken by new starters who will be working in inpatient mental health locations, please see for PMVA Course Programme and Map.
The Trust has produced a PMVA Video to give you a flavour of what to expect from this training programme.
may have been booked on to Safeguarding Children and Adults Level 2 training
for New Starters by HR – please check the training schedule sent to you by
HR. If you are booked on a session please be aware that you need to
complete some e-learning prior to attendance as this supports and enhances the
face to face learning. Please use the link below to access the e-learning - e-hub.using the username
and password already sent to you. If you have already completed this and can
provide evidence please cancel your booking by emailing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Please speak to your Line Manager regarding whether or not you will be using RiO or SystmOne. If you require training, your manager will be contacted by clinical systems and your training will be booked this way.
An apprenticeship is a training scheme which results in a nationally recognised qualification in the area the apprentice has been learning in. It is a paid role, with training given from an external provider. There are many different levels of apprenticeships, in many different areas. Apprenticeships are available to anyone of any age as long as they meet the entry requirements. More information is available on our staff intranet.
Within Dorset Healthcare we provide online training, and an online booking and recording system for any training that staff complete called eHub. We use eHub to record, book and review our training, and this website links to eLearning which provides online training sessions. These resources are available 24/7 both on and off Trust site's using any device connected to the internet. We have provided our Learning and Development Prospectus above.