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Relias provides online training with the power to impact the most important challenges in your care organisation. We’ve been providing digital learning solutions for care providers since 2002, helping organisations achieve efficiency whilst simultaneously raising quality of care.

Regulatory training doesn’t have to be boring. Over 10,000 organisations and more than 4.5 million learners are now using the Relias learning management system globally, enjoying an intuitive learning experience, expert course content and engaging delivery. Our system incorporates gaming elements, using rewards and friendly competition to make compliance training more fun and enjoyable for your staff. Our courses are highly interactive, employing the very best instructional design to ensure learners learn. And our exclusive innovation BrainSparks increases knowledge retention with automated memory boosters to ensure your staff remember and apply their training.

Relias clients have unlimited access to an extensive library of essential training for statutory/mandatory requirements, clinical skills, the Care Certificate, and dementia care, plus optional access to additional soft-skills and leadership training. Our dementia care training includes the Relias virtual reality experience ‘A Day in the Life of Henry’ as well as 14 courses meeting the requirements of the Dementia Core Skills Education and Training Framework.

Make life simple and save time for administrators by doing away with duplication of effort, multiple systems and spreadsheets. Instead, manage online learning, face-to-face training, your own training content, and policies/procedures in one intuitive, built-for-healthcare platform. Plus take the pain out of CQC inspection with simple yet sophisticated reporting.

Care providers are using the Relias Learning Management System to achieve:

• Higher quality, consistent training for all staff
• Increased absorption and retention of course content
• Raised staff proficiency and productivity
• Reduced variability in care
• Improved outcomes and experience for service-users
• Better staff enjoyment and feedback
• Confident compliance
• Lower expenditure