The PGMC together with Cambridge University Health Partners (CUHP) has developed an e-learning resource for all staff to provide accessible continuing professional development training. In due course, we aspire to provide a comprehensive set of programmes that will contribute to a broader range of clinical, quality and safety, and regulatory priorities.
E-learning or online learning includes a range of digital learning opportunities, including: fully online courses, blended learning courses, online discussion forums, online seminars or videocasts, online learning resources and personalised learning plans.
The e-learning system (called Totara) is designed for access at work, at home, or on the move. It makes training programmes more accessible to learners and supports tutors in providing a wider range of learning opportunities. E-learning or online learning is sometimes also called distance learning.
The mission of the PGMC and CUHP is to provide the highest quality healthcare e-learning to internal and external learners, leveraging innovative technologies and CUHP partner clinical expertise.
What is on offer?
PGMC and CUHP online learning is overseen by an elearning strategy group, reporting to our Multi-Professional Education board made up of clinical representatives and stakeholders interested in training. We have developed an elearning strategy to guide this development.
We are now excited to announce a new e-learning course GDC Enhanced CPD which is freely available and can be accessed at http://elearning.cam-pgmc.ac.uk/
For information on booking or for support, regarding the Dental e-learning
To access the E-learning site please go to http://elearning.cam-pgmc.ac.uk/
For E-learning, enquiries contact Jonathan Northrop on firstname.lastname@example.org