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Step 3 - Statutory and Mandatory Training

At this step of the Induction process, your manager will direct you to the Statutory and Mandatory training modules that all colleagues in NHSGGC must complete. 

These modules are - 

Code      Title

GGC001  Fire Safety                              

GGC002  Health and Safety, An Introduction        

GGC003  Reducing Risks of Violence & Aggression                        

GGC004  Equality, Diversity and Human Rights

GGC005  Manual Handling Theory

GGC006  Public Protection - (Adult Support & Protection and Child Protection)

GGC007  Standard Infection Control Precautions

GGC008  Security and Threat

NES        Safe Information Handling - Foundation (Information Governance)

The review period for all modules is every 3 years with the exception of Fire Safety which is every 2 years.

You will find the full supporting information on Statutory and Mandatory training at the following link which may be helpful to discuss with your line manager:

All NHSGGC Staff

 

Access to Learning

Our Statutory and Mandatory training modules for new and existing NHSGGC staff are available on our online learning platform, Learnpro. This can be accessed here - Learnpro

To access these modules, you need to register an online learning account on LearnPro. Your line manager may have set this up for you already or you may be asked to self register. If you are self registering for a learning account, details of how to do this are accessed below. You will need your payroll number or the temporary ID number given to you by your manager and your NHSGGC email address.

LearnPro Registration

LearnPro NHS User Guide

 

Role Specific Training

In addition to the training identified above that is for all NHSGGC staff, you may also be required to complete additional mandatory training for your role. This could be training agreed locally in your area and may be a blend of online and classroom training. Your manager or supervisor may discuss this with you at Step 6, if this is relevant to your role.

 

Support 

If you have any difficulty in accessing our online learning modules please contact colleagues at LE Support at [email protected] or on 0141 278 2700, option 3.