Society launches e-learning package for members

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A new package of online learning materials aimed at helping homeopaths improve their professional development has been launched by the Society of Homeopaths.

The My Practice e-learning materials offer members practical guidance on a range of topics in a set of easy-to-follow courses. Each course features several short units with step-by-step instructions enabling members to build their knowledge gradually and at their own pace.

The first three MyPractice e-learning courses are:

Safeguarding – exploring the issues around child protection, vulnerable adults and specific topics such as financial abuse. An introduction to Facebook – how to get your practice page up and running on the social media platform, using pictures and how and when to post effectively. Self-assessment – a guide to filling out your tax return, covering the different formats, deadlines and how to avoid penalties for late payments

All of the course feature short quizzes at the end for members to assess how much of the knowledge they have retained and also include links to further resources.

More e-learning course will be published in the coming months.

Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager Pamela Stevens said the courses were aimed at helping members with professional development in key areas. “We have started with these three courses as we know they are topics that members have expressed an interest in and need for more guidance on,” she said. “The great thing about e-learning in this way is that members can choose to do the courses at any time, do partial or whole units and only progress when they feel ready to move on. It is a great member benefit and our early feedback suggests the courses are being very well received so far.”

The courses can be accessed in the members area under Support/My Practice.

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A new package of online learning materials aimed at helping homeopaths improve their professional development has been launched by the Society of Homeopaths.

The My Practice e-learning materials offer members practical guidance on a range of topics in a set of easy-to-follow courses. Each course features several short units with step-by-step instructions enabling members to build their knowledge gradually and at their own pace.

The first three MyPractice e-learning courses are:

Safeguarding – exploring the issues around child protection, vulnerable adults and specific topics such as financial abuse.
An introduction to Facebook – how to get your practice page up and running on the social media platform, using pictures and how and when to post effectively.
Self-assessment – a guide to filling out your tax return, covering the different formats, deadlines and how to avoid penalties for late payments

All of the course feature short quizzes at the end for members to assess how much of the knowledge they have retained and also include links to further resources.

More e-learning course will be published in the coming months.

Society of Homeopaths Marketing Manager Pamela Stevens said the courses were aimed at helping members with professional development in key areas. “We have started with these three courses as we know they are topics that members have expressed an interest in and need for more guidance on,” she said. “The great thing about e-learning in this way is that members can choose to do the courses at any time, do partial or whole units and only progress when they feel ready to move on. It is a great member benefit and our early feedback suggests the courses are being very well received so far.”

The courses can be accessed in the members area under Support/My Practice.

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