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

Filtered by Stroke Survivors and their Informal Carers ( Total: 8 )

Search by title, description, and UKSF registration number
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.: 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.: 16720

The aim of this course is to improve the knowledge and skills of unqualified staff currently working within stroke or with a special interest in doing so. It is the multi-disciplinary aspect of this c... ...

UKSF Reg. No.: 16608

An interdisciplinary training course on the psychological and communication problems following stroke. The training is open to all staff but is particularly focused towards registered and unregistered... ...

UKSF Reg. No.: 16708

RESPONSE training programme is an online course designed for primary care staff (GPs, Nurse Practitioners and others). It aims to improve the knowledge and skills of staff in the identification and tr... ...

UKSF Reg. No.: 16613

This online course aims to improve knowledge and skills relating to the initial identification and management of TIA and acute stroke on first presentation in primary care. The course is designed p... ...

UKSF Reg. No.: 16740

The content of the first training programme is agreed as: 1. Life after Stroke 2. Carer support, assessment and signposting 3. Communication, ability and understanding 4. Promoting confidence and ... ...

UKSF Reg. No.: 16728

The latest occupational therapy literature (eg. Gillen 2011) now indicates that the best way for a stroke survivor to approach rehabilitating in the community is via problem solving - performing tasks... ...

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