NHS Mutual Aid Training for Care Homes: Evaluation

Closed 14 Jun 2020

Opened 3 Jun 2020

Overview

Congratulations to those of you who completed the training as a ‘super trainer’ with the team at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital as well as to those of you who went through the self-assessment process within your CCG/STP.

We would like to thank you for being a super trainer to support the delivery of the NHS mutual aid offer to care homes with IPC, PPE and COVID-19 Testing training. This training was required in order to support our care home colleagues during COVID-10 who are looking after our most vulnerable people in society.

Our target was to complete the training by Friday 29th May.  We are delighted to report that, thanks to you, we reached 99.8% of care homes accepting or declining the training which is fantastic achievement under the circumstances. You and your colleagues delivered training either face to face or virtually to 10,007 care homes.

It is important that we evaluate the impact of this programme so that in the event of a wave two pandemic, we can take the learning we have gained and stand up any other support required at pace.

Those of you who went through the RNOH training process, may have already completed the initial feedback and competency forms. In order to understand the overall impact of this programme we would like to ask you to complete a short questionnaire to provide feedback on the training as a whole and your experience, so that we can learn from this. This should take approximately 20 minutes to complete.

We value your feedback so please take the time out to complete this evaluation by Monday 15th June.  Please try to add as much qualitative free text data as you can to enrich the evaluation.

Please note that we may utilise the results from this survey for internal/external presentation and publications about the programme. By completing this questionnare you are agreeing your feedback can be used for this purpose. We will not share any personal details and all information will be anonymised. 

 

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