Running as an annual awareness week, You Can Care Week – 25th February – 3rd March takes place soon. The idea behind You Can Care Week is to show how positive and rewarding working in care can be. The week aims to raise awareness about caring for older people and taking away any preconceptions that people may have about caring for the older generation.
What is You Can Care Week – 25th February – 3rd March?
Launched by Home Instead, the awareness day hopes to inspire careers in care for those who may not have considered it. The message of the You Can Care Week – 25th February – 3rd March is that you can care for an older person if you;
- Love people
- Are compassionate
- Are caring.
How to get involved in You Can Care Week – 25th February – 3rd March
During the awareness week, Home Instead is inviting people to share their stories about caring. With carers telling their stories, it Is hoped they will inspire. The stories will also help people to understand what it is really like to work in the sector.
The week will consist of daily themes that comprise the many aspects of caregiving. Individuals are invited to ask questions and share their stories across social media using the hashtag; #YouCanCare.
Another way to join in with You Can Care Week – 25th February – 3rd March is to support potential new carers with a suite of health and social care training materials. Offering online training through VideoTile’s hosting methods is easy.
Firstly, we brand the health and social care training materials with your branding. Then, you are given the links that take clients from your website to the platform to access the training. We have a variety of health and social care videos that you can select from including;
- End of Life Care
- Diabetes Awareness
- Infection Control
- Dignity and Privacy.
Search the full suite of health and social courses here and book your free trial today!
Eating Disorders Awareness Week – 25th February -3rd March is a chance to build awareness and support the eating disorder community. The theme for 2019 is Come as You Are. It hopes to send a message to all people that all stories of body acceptance are valid. With Eating Disorders Awareness Week – 25th February -3rd March, the aim is to start a conversation about relationships with their bodies and food to build eating disorder awareness.
How To Get Involved In Eating Disorders Awareness Week – 25th February -3rd March
- Sign the pledge
NEDA who runs Eating Disorders Awareness Week – 25th February -3rd March has created a challenge or pledge for people to sign. The pledge hopes to build a movement of changemakers that accept all bodies. Consequently, this challenge comes after one of the leading risk factors in eating disorders stems from diet culture and weight stigma.
By signing the pledge, individuals are saying they will reject diet culture by accepting their own body while respecting others. You can sign the pledge here.
- Increase mental health awareness
Mental health issues can affect anyone from any walk of life. Furthermore, it is vital to raise awareness on what mental health and mental illness mean. At VideoTile, we create mental health awareness online courses. These are training videos that we brand to suit your business needs. As a result, you can then deliver the training to your own clients.
With Mental Health Awareness training, your clients can receive practical advice. The course covers what to look out for and working effectively with people who may have a mental illness.
- Start a conversation
NHS trusts, schools and communities are all taking part in Eating Disorders Awareness Week – 25th February -3rd March. To learn more and share stories, you can start a conversation with your colleagues or community in order to end the stigma of body weight and understand the support services available.
Want to find out more about VideoTile’s Mental Health Awareness training? Receive your free trial here or talking to the team by emailing email@example.com
With more and more people turning to online training for learning, there has never been a better time for businesses to select e-learning courses to sell online. Even if training isn’t your main earning stream, selling e-learning courses online is a fantastic way to diversify your income. It can also increase your product offering to satisfy your customers. Furthermore, if you become a distribution partner with VideoTile, we’ll make sure the process is seamless for you.
How To Choose E-Learning Courses To Sell Online
- Select the most appropriate courses
Depending on what your business offers, there is a range of different training courses that could suit your customers and audience. For example, businesses in the food industry may want to provide food safety courses to their customers. While B2B customers may offer courses such as manual handling. There are many creative ways that your business can use training courses to maximise value to your customers.
- Brand your courses
Once you know the e-learning courses to sell online, then the team at VideoTile will get in touch to create a fully branded solution. The team will ensure your branding colours, style and existing website will seamlessly integrate into the training. This will ensure that it looks succinct.
- Utilise VideoTile resources
The VideoTile team offer technical, marketing and creative resources to ensure it is easy for your business to sell e-learning courses online. As well as making the online training interactive with gamification to increase its appeal we also provide technical support such as an online payment facility.
Furthermore, VideoTile have an extensive range of courses that are accredited and approved. After learners complete the course, VideoTile will provide certificate generation too.
With a range of benefits and ease of integration and on-hand technical support at all times, there has never been a better time to diversify your customer offering and improve your profitability. Find out more by getting in touch.