eCom has recently been awarded a tender on Understanding NHS procurement, a public facing portal targeted at SME’s on how to procure for the NHS.
The key objectives of the project are: to demystify and explain the way the NHS buys supplies and services; to help small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) find opportunities and understand how to respond to them effectively; to facilitate high quality bids for NHS work from a broad range of small- and medium-sized suppliers
The project will incorporate four eLearning modules:
Module 1 : Understanding NHS Procurement’ eLearning tool
Module 2 : ‘Methods of Procurement’ in the ‘Understanding NHS Procurement’ eLearning Tool
Module 3 : Tender Timeline’ in the ‘Understanding NHS Procurement’ eLearning Tool
Module 4 : ‘Finding Opportunities’ in the ‘Understanding NHS Procurement’ eLearning Tool
Each module will take between thirty to forty minutes to complete with all learning managed and tracked within eCom’s Learning Management System, eNetLearn. The modules will be live and accessible by summer 2012.
In addition to HEE, eCom has recently undertaken a number of eLearning health related projects, namely:
- Quality Improvement portfolio of 15 new courses for NHS Education for Scotland (NES)
- Adult Basic Life Support, a course for Carers and workers who engage with the public in emergencies.
- Child Protection, five modules for NES
More information about eCom’s client mix and bespoke content creation is available at http://www.ecomscotland.com/view/bespoke-elearning.aspx or from Karen Thomson on 0845 643 1344.