Digital-orientated teaching and learning

Mental Capacity Act & DoLS/DoLiC


Learners will...


  • Investigate the treatment of individuals lacking capacity over the last century
  • Outline how to determine mental capacity in accordance with MCA code of practice guidelines
  • Explore examples of restriction and restraint in a person's best interests 
  • Describe the role of individuals involved in an application to deprive a person of their liberty (Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards authorisation).
  • Discuss the remit of the Office of the Public Guardian 
  • Apply principles of the Mental Health Act, Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards during group discussion and case summary
  • Investigate proposals for Liberty Safeguards reform
  • Outline the role of the Court of Protection in response to an application to deprive an individual of their liberty in the community (Community DoLS)
  • Navigate, create, edit and share information using digital devices
  • Collate electronic evidence of learning for professional exhibition
  • Share ideas, suggestions and proposals for promoting the use of assisitive technology where it is appropriate
  • Share ideas for transferring digital literacy skills on to others


Full day

Equality & Diversity


Learners will...


  • Identify specific groups in society that have experienced social exclusion and are particularly vulnerable to discrimination
  • Discuss the effects of stereotypical, prejudicial and discriminative behaviours
  • Assess the difference between direct and indirect discrimination 
  • Define the term 'Protected characteristics' 
  • Outline the rights of individuals in accordance with the Equality Act 2010 and the Human Rights Act 1998 
  • Provide examples of promoting equality and diversity in the care setting
  • Navigate, create, edit and share information using digital devices
  • Collate electronic evidence of learning for professional exhibition
  • Share ideas, suggestions and proposals for promoting the use of assistive technology where it is appropriate
  • Share ideas for transferring digital literacy skills on to others


Full day



Safeguarding Children, young people and 'adults at risk'


Course content...


Categories of Abuse


Short and long term effects of abuse/neglect

New and emerging threats to children, young people and 'adults at risk'

Key legislation/policy

Remit of Local Authority Safeguarding Boards and the Disclosure and Barring Service

Recommendations resulting from independent inquiry into scandals reported in the sector

Duty of Care




Full day

Safe Admin of Medicines


Course content...


Key legislation, national guidelines and workplace policy governing the supply, storage, dispensing, administration and disposal of medicines

Drug types, interaction and contraindications

Methods of administration

Administration recording

Infection control

Observation and reporting

Management of medicines - hospital admission and discharge 

NICE guidelines



Half day

Dementia Awareness


Course content...


Anatomy of the brain

Dementia types, signs and symptoms

Personalised treatment, care and support 

Activities to help orientate people with dementia including the use of ICT

Supporting families




Full day

Technology in Care 

Infection Prevention and Control


Individual rights

Industry law and ethics

A popular, fun and engaging full day course. Proven effective in supporting learners to reach threshold concepts. Candidates apply their understanding of wide ranging legislative provision when acting as prosecution and defence counsel during summative assessment.  

Food Hygiene

Health and Safety

Full day course covering Workplace Policy, Health and Safety at Work etc Act, Management of Health and Safety Regulations, RIDDOR, CoSHH, LOLER and Manual Handling Regulations. Learners will be introduced to case law pertaining to death, injuries and accidents in a range of care settings before amplifying taught principles when designing and annotating risk assessment templates.

Mental Health & Mental Illness

Ageing process, population and provision to meet complex needs 


Person Centred Care

Fluids & Nutrition

Fundamental Standards of Care

Social Isolation and Loneliness


FREE when booked alongside a single or series of courses from our range. 



Social isolation and loneliness is associated with increased blood pressure and depression, and leads to higher rates of mortality. (1)


Depression affects 1 in 5 older people living in the community and 2 in 5 living in care homes. (2)


Fear of being alone is a major source of anxiety as people grow old. Some older people go for days without contact from another person; many die alone. (3)



In this course, candidates explore wide ranging evidence revealing the detrimental effects of social isolation and loneliness before investigating strategies implemented by local authorities, community groups and charities to combat loneliness in older people. Candidates are encouraged by tutors during the plenary stage of the session to put forward practical and innovative ideas to supplement local and national efforts.  




Learners will...

  • Explore subjective and objective viewpoints of loneliness
  • Distinguish between 'social' and 'emotional' loneliness
  • Identify key transitions, risk factors and influences which may make an older person susceptible to loneliness  
  • Evaluate the impact of social isolation and loneliness on older people
  • Investigate central and local government policy, projects and charitable efforts to tackle and prevent social isolation and loneliness among older people
  • Justify why one strategy will not suit all 
  • Share suggestions, ideas and proposals for individual and or organisational solutions and interventions. 
  • Navigate, create, edit and share information using digital devices
  • Collate electronic evidence of learning for professional exhibition




1) Windle, K, Francis, J, Coomber, C. Preventing loneliness and social isolation: interventions and outcomes, Social Care Institute for Excellence, 2011


2) Mental Health Foundation. Mental Health Statistics: older people. Available at: mental-health-statistics/older-people/


3) Independent Age, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. Older people, technology and community.

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Half day


Cost exl VAT


Care staff courses

£400 - Half Day

£750 - Full Day

Up to 20 delegates


Train the Trainer course itenary and pricing available on request

Teaching and learning practitioners are subject to rigorous recruitment processes, standardisation activities and field observation ensuring consistency in delivery and assessment of learning. Enrolling Ltd require freelance tutors to be registered with the Society for Education and Training (SET) and to hold 'Member' status. 


We encourage organisations to take the lead in providing environments that facilitate the use of a multitude of technologies which will be brought into the learning space by our staff and the workforce. Without WiFi, there are limitations to collaboration. If you would like us to visit your setting to deliver courses, please confirm that there will be access to WiFi when making a booking. Alternatively, we can arrange to host at a nearby venue with the necessary facilities at an additional cost. 

Enrolling Ltd is setting the standard as the first independent social care training provider in the UK to deliver short courses embedded with digital literacy skills, and to offer supervision and appraisal packages which support the development of digital champions in the sector.

"Our commitment to find solutions and stage interventions for and on behalf of socially isolated seniors experiencing or at risk of ill health owing to loneliness will remain crucial to our service development and delivery."




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