These free online Adult Social Care courses are for staff, carers and volunteers who are living and or working in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.
For all Me Learning courses, you will need to first log-in.
If you have not been provided with your login details, please self-register.
You will be prompted to provide user details such as your name, email address and job title. You will be able to access your course(s) once your details have been validated. Please allow up to 48 working hours for your details to be checked.
An email with your username and temporary password will be sent to you once you have validated your account. Use these details to log-in to your Me Learning account.
For more information, view the Me Learning Self Registration Guide(pdf, 2262KB).
The course will give you the skills and knowledge required to identify and respond to concerns, disclosures and allegations of abuse and substandard practice.
The course will help you learn about local authority duties and about outcomes-focused, person-centred safeguarding practice.
This course provides an introduction to, and an overview of, part one of the Care Act 2014 and its statutory guidance.
This course provides information about the Mental Capacity Act, its principles and its implications for vulnerable adults.
This course provides an introduction to DoLS to prevent unlawful deprivation of liberty occurring to particular vulnerable people living in hospitals or care homes.
This course provides a general introduction to dementia and the experience of living with it.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn more about Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Find out how to book classroom-based courses.
Updated: 11 May 2017