Taking into account the limited resources in community and voluntary sector services, the QSSP elearning portal on drugs.ie was developed to enable learners to access training free of charge, at a time that suits them and in a location convenient to them. The courses are delivered through Moodle - a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) software system, as a series of multimedia based learning modules. Courses are accessed through a unique login. To participate, learners need access to a PC or laptop with internet access and have basic computer skills.
Quality Champions Training
The aim of the Quality Champions Training is to provide key persons in organisations with the skills to become a quality champion in their service.
Service User Confidentiality Training
The aim of the Service User Confidentiality Training is to define Service User confidentiality and explore how it is addressed in legislation and relevant frameworks.
- The HSE Intercultural Awareness programme contains three modules:
Module 1: Inclusive Practices and Intercultural Awareness
Module 2: Working with Others
Module 3: Intercultural Awareness and Practice in Health and Social Care: Refugees, Protection Applicants and Trauma.
- LGBTI+ Awareness and Inclusion Training: the basics
- SAOR II – Screening & Brief Intervention for Problem Alcohol & Drug Use ELearning Programme
- Hidden Harm ELearning Programme
The Naloxone Demonstration Project training Videos can be found here
Testimonials for Quality Champions Training include:
Very informative and enjoyable. I would be interested in further modules as they become available in the future.
Thoroughly enjoyed the course! Congratulations on providing such an easy to use resource.
Found the course very informative and interesting. I now know what has to be done within our organisation and where to start. I also have a clearer vision on who is responsibility for what. Thank you
Very comprehensive training, easy to access and very user friendly.
The training was excellent. The presentation style was easy to understand and the information flowed sequentially. I found it very informative. Unlike in a classroom I could replay something if I didn’t understand it or my attention got side-tracked.