E-Learning

  • Me Learning is a suite of 150 quality online training courses, purchased by all Greater Manchester councils. Courses are flexible, adaptable and easily accessible and cover a wide range of relevant subjects.            Licences are discounted to £60 per person and last till March 2024 - purchace now and you will be sent an invoice in September 2020. Please email wpd-elearning@bolton.gov.uk.
  • Moodle

Courses available

Due to the current Covid-19 situation, the training planned and booked via the workforce development team for the reminder of 2020, is doubtful in its current format.

To help keep everyone safe, we have made the decision to cancel some of the training that has been advertised and booked for delivery (with the exemption of emergency courses booked under new measures).

We value you as a learner and are looking at a variety of safe methods to deliver the training that you need, and we will shortly be updating our webpages with the new children programme.

The web pages will detail courses, dates, times, method of delivery and booking instructions. Please have a look and book courses following the instructions as they become available.

In addition to help keep you informed, we will be producing a monthly newsletter, detailing new courses and course availability. This will include the method of delivery and booking instructions.

In the meantime

We have a number of online learning platforms that you and your staff may be interested in.

  • Me Learning – the New Online Training platform has a wide variety of short courses available.  A full licence will give you unlimited access to all courses until March 2021 for just £20 per person. Please email wpd-elearning@bolton.gov.uk for more information
  • Moodle - access to Moodle
  • MindEd - Mental health support for children and young people. To create your free MindEd account please visit the MindEd website. The three modules are part of the courses entitled 'core content' and are suitable as an introduction/awareness level around mental health in relation to young people:
    • Introduction to the MindEd content

    • Normal psychological development

    • Common problems and first help