RCM i-learn has a range of online learning modules designed to support members’ continuous professional development (CPD)
i-learn is easy to use and provides around-the-clock access to online learning. You can enrol on as many modules as you wish and work through them when and where you like.
There are over 120 RCM i-learn modules with more being developed all the time: from 10-minute tasters that can be taken in your coffee break to packages of courses, such as Leadership or Examination of the Newborn. Courses feature interactive activities, animation, video, audio, activities and quizzes to help reinforce your learning. Case studies and reflective activities are also included and you are encouraged to use i-learn alongside i-folio, your e-portfolio, making notes in preparation for revalidation or career development opportunities.
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This course contains summaries of current research evidence on this topic and brief overviews of the current national maternity policies that recommend continuity of carer. There are also interactive resources to bust common myths, as well as lessons from the frontline helping us learn from earlier experiences of continuity models.
Every year there are thousands of victims at risk of child trafficking and modern slavery. Case studies included in this module give midwives and support workers a better understanding what child trafficking is and how to ensure that victims are protected from further harm.
Sepsis can progress rapidly causing serious maternal ill health and possibly death. This module covers ways to identify signs and symptoms and looks at what initial actions the midwife can instigate to ensure that the best possible prompt care is given.
The RCM now has a package of leadership development resources for all maternity staff. This includes a series of short modules on i-learn on topics such as Coaching, Promoting learning, Strategic thinking, Promoting the profession and Developing the vision.
The RCM Career Framework is about exploring options and expanding horizons and prospects. It is organised into four areas: Education, Clinical practice, Management and Research and outlines the knowledge, skills and qualifications you will need to develop to progress in your chosen direction.
The RCM Network of MSW advocates provides a voice for maternity support workers (MSWs) in their workplace, regionally and nationally. This module gives you an understanding of the role of the MSW advocate and how the role works within the local branch and the wider RCM, as well as the support provided.
RCM i-folio is a personal e-portfolio where you can easily store useful documents and the certificates from completed i-learn modules, conferences and workshops. The i-folio journal provides an excellent way of keeping a record of your reflective practice. It is a private space but a web page resource enables you to display elements of your portfolio to selected people, ideal for students or revalidation.
For further information on i-learn or i-folio, please call RCM Connect on 0300 303 0444 or email email@example.com.