The SSEF Course Library is a directory of education and training opportunities which have been mapped to the Stroke-Specific Education Framework, and registered with the SSEF Online Toolkit. There are a variety of resources including:

  • free and fee-paying courses
  • a variety of durations for completion e.g. one-off events, workshops, conferences, short and long courses
  • informal (e.g. in-house) and formal (college or university)
  • non-accredited and accredited programmes

All resources listed in the Course Library are provided and maintained by the Course Providers, external to the SSEF Project Team. Course Providers are responsible for keeping their information held on the SSEF Online Toolkit up to date. For further information about any of the listed opportunities, please use the contact information within the listing.

To navigate the course library either browse the listings, or filter by a specific role on the left-hand side of the screen. Alternatively, use the search function to look for specific courses, or only those with a high star rating and/or reviews

The best way to identify courses suitable for your personal learning needs is to let the SSEF Online Toolkit do the work for you. Once you have registered and completed your personal SSEF Profile the system will compare this to the courses in the library and identify only those that are relevant to the needs and aspirations of your role. To view the results go to your dashboard and select ‘View Courses’ in Step 4

All Courses ( Total: 77 )

Search by title, description, and UKSF registration number
UKSF Reg. No.: 19789

Central Lancashire  Stroke Guide This electronic resource contains information to help you to start to understand Stroke with specific reference to the care pathways within Lancashire Teaching Hos... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16604

This one day training allows the participant to experience the beneficial effects of active communication with colleagues, clients and those with a communication problem following a stroke. The course... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19665

This course is aimed at Experienced Band 5 Nurses and Assistant Practitioners (Band 4). It encompasses the following elements:- Emergency Stroke Care, Acute Ischaemic Pathway, Acute Haemorrhagic... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16717

The aim of the course is to develop the students' advanced analytical and clinical skills within the context of current stroke theory, practice and research. Content includes: Classifications of imp... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19715

As you may have heard, North Bristol NHS Trust’s thrombectomy service, a life-saving procedure that reverses the effects of severe strokes, is to be expanded at Southmead Hospital. Since 2017, th... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16724

This is a one-day event for nurses organised by the National Stroke Nursing Forum, the University of Central Lancashire and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and is hosted by the Roy... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 18956

AINTREE ACUTE STROKE TRAINING DAY- PROGRAMME Date and Time TBC Covering Elements E1-E3, E5-E9, & E11 of the Stroke-Specific Education Framework (SSEF) Morning Session 8.30 Welcome and Regi... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19639

Agenda 8.30am REGISTRATION & COFFEE 9.00am Welcome and introduction Dr Raj Kumar 9.15am Clinical overview of stroke Dr Raj Kumar 10.00am In–patient stroke care TBC Band 6 ward 33 ... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16617

This module is suitable for all primary healthcare professionals participating in the care of individuals with, or at risk of, cardiovascular disease. It promotes the development of a sound, compreh... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16702

This is an event for NHS staff who are involved in the emergency clinical assessment of patients for intravenous thrombolysis and thrombectomy. It is organised through the British Association of Strok... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19751

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UKSF Reg. No.: 16723

The NHS Plan (DoH 2000) defined a ten year programme of modernisation for the NHS, which detailed that services would be designed around the patient. It included aspects such as an improvement in pati... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16602

Courses are delivered on-site by two experienced trainers, to groups of up to 20 participants. The course, Bridges stroke self-management programme, comprises an initial 1-day workshop with a follo... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19741

The aim of the Essentials of Acute Stroke Practice course is to provide students with a broad and working knowledge of acute stroke and its management in the context of modern health care. This cou... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16711

Although there are an increasing number of exercise referral schemes for people who have had a stroke, there was – until recently – no accredited course for exercise instructors to work with this ... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16609

The ARNI programme encourages and advances the rehabilitation of those suffering from the effects of stroke which require progressive recovery of movement, balance, physical strength and confidence.... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19022

About Stroke FACTS: The purpose of this FREE resource is to provide an overview of the elements of stroke care across the pathway. Upon completion you should have a factual level of knowledge  (lev... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19755

With a revealing Foreword by broadcaster Andrew Marr, himself a stroke survivor, this practical book is designed for stroke patients based on experience (the author is a stroke survivor who created t... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 16709

Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) is a treatment technique involving restraint of the less affected upper limb combined with task practice to promote upper limb function in the hemiplegic arm... ...


UKSF Reg. No.: 19482

CIMT is a treatment technique, recommended by NICE, that is rapidly becoming accepted and widely used within neuro rehabilitation. The course is designed for OTs and physios working with clients who ... ...


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