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Instant access to a suite of high-quality learning on a wide range of topics, ranging from GDPR to health and safety, legal compliance, business management and many more!
More courses are released each quarter, providing an amazing opportunity to have all of your elearning needs met in one convenient package.
What is off the shelf learning?
Off the shelf elearning modules are courses that are pre-written, and designed to be ready for use without any additional rework.
What we offer
Dynamic offers a suite of high-quality off the shelf elearning covering a range of business topics. Subscribe for one or two courses of your choosing, or get ongoing access to all of the Dynamic off the shelf courses, plus any new ones developed in the future.
If you subscribe to all of our off the shelf courses, then you will automatically get new courses as they are developed, at no additional cost. There are no limits on the number of users within your company. You just pay for the course and not how many people are using them.
Most courses are between 20 and 30 minutes in duration. Short enough to be bite-size, but long enough to provide meaningful content in key subject areas.
Advanced data protection
Learn more about advanced data protection including information sharing, subject access requests, reporting and privacy.
Learn to identify bribery, corruption, the facilitation of tax evasion and how you can prevent them.
Recognise the signs of money laundering, possible suspicious actions and what you can do to stop them.
Identify which common items may contain asbestos and what the legal requirements are in relation to their handling.
Discover how UK and EU competition law impacts you, your employees and your industry.
Explore the fundamentals for any organisation wishing to remain vigilant and safe from cyber threats.
Find out what you and your organisation can do to become more environmentally friendly.
Find out the underlying principles of fraud and how it affects individuals and organisations.
Discover how GDPR extends the data rights of individuals and requires organisations to protect personal data.
Help to ensure that the information your organisation manages and uses is handled in a secure manner.
Modern day slavery
Get an understanding of modern slavery, spot the signs that it is taking place and protect people from becoming victims.
Right to work
Discover your legal obligations relating to ensuring that employees have the right to work in the UK.
Better understand the concept of energy management and how your organisation can benefit from it and implement it.
Tax evasion awareness
Understand the law and keep you and your company far from any involvement in the facilitation of tax evasion.
Explore the different types of age-restricted products, the legal framework and the impact that the law can have.
Waste management (non-clinical)
Ensure that your organisation complies with its waste duty of care and all paperwork requirements.
Understand what whistleblowing is, how to make a disclosure and where to go for help and advice.
Would you know what to do if a colleague suffered a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction?
Find out about the roles and responsibilities of a chaperone and the chaperoning process.
Improve your knowledge of the important aspects of diabetes care for your patients.
End of life care
Help to ensure that high-quality, person-centred care is delivered to individuals approaching the end of their life.
Discover why falls are the number one reason why people visit A&E and learn to recognise fall risk factors in your organisation.
Fluids and nutrition
Get to know the MUST toolkit and explore how malnutrition affects people in the UK.
Infection prevention and control
Infection prevention and control and basic hygiene are at the heart of good management and clinical practice.
Moving and handling (health and social care)
Avoid back pain and musculoskeletal disorders by learning the correct practice for moving and handling activities.
Learn about this essential aspect of care that’s central to a person’s comfort, dignity, appearance and wellbeing.
Pressure ulcer awareness
This introduction offers guidance on the causes of pressure ulcers, as well as preventative strategies to consider.
Safe handling of medicines
Discover what it means to ensure the safe handling of medicines according to UK law.
Waste management (clinical)
Learn about why healthcare providers need to manage waste, the storage of healthcare waste and waste documentation.
An overview of wound assessment, wound bed preparation and wound dressing and management.
Understand what anxiety is, what can cause it and ways of dealing with it.
Recognise common issues of anti-social behaviour and understand what actions you can take in response.
Bullying and harassment
Learn about the impact that bullying and harassment has within the workplace and explore ways of minimising it.
This introductory module explores the relevance of culture in society and how you can develop cultural competence in the workplace.
Find out how to recognise some of the common types, signs and symptoms of dementia.
Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)
Understand a potential, or actual, DoLS situation and application process and how DoLS forms part of the MCA.
Understand what reasonable adjustments you can make to recruit and support people with disabilities.
Domestic abuse awareness
Understand what the types of domestic abuse are, recognise how it happens and find out where to get help.
Learning disability awareness
Understand what reasonable adjustments you can make to recruit and support people with learning disabilities.
Hate crime awareness
Understand what hate crime is, who it affects, the impact it has on communities and how to tackle it.
Menopause in the workplace
Find out about the impact that the menopause can have in the workplace and ways in which staff experiencing symptoms can be supported.
Mental Capacity Act (awareness level)
Explore the MCA, its five key principles and your part in making best interest decisions.
Mental health awareness
Understand how mental health wellbeing affects us all and find ways to improve our mental health.
Learn about the UK Government’s Prevent Strategy and how to safeguard your colleagues and customers.
Respect in the workplace
Explore equality, diversity, discrimination, bullying, harassment, unconscious bias and respect in the workplace.
Safeguarding adults (awareness level)
Help to ensure the safety and wellbeing of those adults least able to protect themselves from harm or abuse.
Safeguarding adults (intermediary level)
Explore your professional responsibility for safeguarding adults, acting on concerns and working with other agencies.
Safeguarding children (awareness level)
Understand what safeguarding children means for anyone who comes into contact with children and families.
Safeguarding children (intermediary level)
Recognise the different forms of legislation that relate to child safeguarding and act with others to safeguard children.
Sexual harassment in the workplace
Be confident in supporting anyone who has experienced sexual harassment at work.
This module looks at understanding and recognising unconscious bias in the workplace.
Violence and aggression
Spot the signs of violence in the workplace and understand what steps you can take to avoid it.
Staying safe at work.
Feel more confident to identify hazardous substances and learn how to store and handle them safely.
Ensure that you understand how to keep yourself, your colleagues and other road users safe when driving.
DSE at home
Make sure your home workstation is set up to help reduce the risk of injury or discomfort.
DSE at work
Learn some sensible habits you can adopt to ensure that your workstation helps to reduce the risk of injury or discomfort.
Explore some key information about fires, the different types of fire extinguishers and how to effectively use them.
Fire marshal training
Understand the role and duties of the fire marshal or warden in your organisation.
Recognise your fire safety responsibilities, the precautions you can take and what to do in the event of a fire.
Food allergen awareness
Recognise your moral and legal responsibility to ensure that the food you produce never contains undeclared allergens.
Food safety awareness
Understand the important part you have to play in making sure that food is safe and fit for human consumption.
Health and safety
Understand some of the main hazards and risks that you are likely to encounter within the workplace.
Keeping your information secure
Learn what you can do if you encounter a possible security issue when working remotely.
Lone worker safety
Understand how to assess the risks of working alone, which factors to be aware of and how to keep safe.
Identify the safest ways to approach manual handling to take care of the health and safety of yourself and your colleagues.
Safe use of hand tools
Recognise some of the risks and hazards of working with hand and power tools.
Working at height
Find out the information you need to be able to work at height safely, and within the law.
Workplace first aid awareness
Explore information and practical advice on what to do in situations that require first aid.
An introduction to communication skills
Communication is at the heart of everything that we do and is vital for success in business and life.
Annual Development Review meetings
Ensure that all colleagues receive the focused development opportunities and appropriate feedback they need.
Coaching in the workplace
Workplace coaching is an effective way to motivate and support employees in their development and careers.
Communication: Effective Techniques
Explore the different stages of communicating effectively; planning, selecting, creating and receiving.
Communication: Perception and Self-awareness
Learn how you communicate and explore perception, communication styles and skills, and emotional intelligence.
Successfully deal with all complaint types, from the meek and mild to the chronic complainers, using some simple techniques.
Avoid the consequences that conflict in the workplace can cause before it leads to more serious problems.
This introductory module gives you a basic understanding of consultative sales and the consultative sales framework to support your sales.
Provide an excellent service to current and potential customers to increase brand loyalty and profitability.
Get off to a new start by restructuring the way you run meetings to make the best use of your time.
A major incident can strike any organisation and to survive it requires careful preplanning.
Get to know what emotional intelligence is and how it can impact the workplace.
First line management
This module looks at the role of the first line manager.
This introductory module explores the science behind focus for learning and includes strategies for improving focus.
Grammar in the workplace
Recognise some of the most common grammatical errors in the workplace and learn how to avoid them.
Introduction to creativity
Unlock ways to become more creative, as well as how to utilise creativity in your work.
Introduction to leadership
Lead, inspire and support those around you to achieve great things, whatever your role.
Introduction to project management
The time you invest in building good project management skills can pay off enormously, no matter what your role.
Introduction to managing remote teams
Ensure that your remote teams work smoothly and productively with tools and techniques to aid communication.
Introduction to sales
Explore the characteristics of a good salesperson and how you can improve your existing sales process.
Learn to understand and manage change and its impact on the organisation with this module.
Managing sickness and absence
Learn about the impact of sickness and absence, the legislation and the types of absence with this module.
Learn what mentoring is, the benefits of mentoring and how to put it into action with this short module.
Get to know some of the tools and techniques that can support you in reviewing an employee’s contribution to the organisation.
Take your presentation skills to the next level and learn how to captivate any audience.
Recruitment and selection
Recruiting people with the right skills and qualities is essential for any organisation.
This module provides guidance and tips on self-care, along with raising awareness of common mental health issues.
Find out how you can improve your storytelling skills to engage your audience.
Learn how to recognise stress in the workplace and receive guidance on what can be done to alleviate it.
An introduction to some basic rules of telephone etiquette, as well as how to effectively receive and answer calls.
Improve how you manage and spend one of the most precious resources we have available to us, time.
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