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Improving Mandatory Training: How reps can play their part

Published: 07/06/2018
Publication code: 006 689
To ensure a safe and healthy workplace, mandatory training is vital. Staff need the knowledge and skills both to deliver safe and effective care and protect themselves. But RCN reps tell us local training has some challenges and barriers, including in its design, its delivery and in engaging staff. RCN reps are uniquely placed to support employers in improving the culture around mandatory training. By working through this resource and undertaking its activities, our aim is that you will develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to make a difference to mandatory training for staff where you work.

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