RCNi Learning teams up with the Priory Group to develop nursing skills
RCNi is to provide education and professional development for nurses working for a leading independent provider of health and behavioural care
All registered nurses working with the Priory Group will have access to RCNi Learning as part of an agreement to last three years.
RCNi Learning is an interactive, online education resource for nurses, designed to enhance their skills and help meet their personal continuing professional development (CPD) requirements for revalidation.
It is accredited by the RCN and consists of more than 200 interactive learning modules covering 43 topics.
Areas covered include communication, mental health, learning disabilities, child health, infection control and patient safety. All content is evidence based and peer reviewed by industry experts to ensure it promotes best practice, and is up-to-date.
Priory Group treats more than 70 different conditions through a nationwide network of more than 420 facilities. The group supports service user’s healthcare and education needs – including addiction treatment and mental healthcare.
Priory Group director of nursing Jane Stone said: ‘We are delighted to be working with RCNi to provide development and support to all the registered nurses working with the Priory Group.
'The education and continuing learning of our nurses is a major priority for Priory and this is an important part of that process.
'We have been able to link RCNi Learning into our Priory Academy learning platform, which enables us to align it with the overall continuing professional development (CPD) support we offer. This is helpful for revalidation and ongoing career pathways.’
'Support and enhance'
RCNi managing director Rachel Armitage said: ‘We are delighted that the Priory Group has chosen RCNi Learning to help its nurses with their ongoing learning and professional development. Our accredited learning modules will support the group’s 2,000 nurses to enhance their skills, complete their CPD requirements and deliver best practice to improve patient care.'
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