We know that during the current lockdown and ongoing Covid-19 pandemic it can be hard to find ways to pass the time, learn new skills and keep up good levels of well-being.
That’s why we’ve selected a few links to resources that you may find useful.
WCVA – Volunteer Learning Resources
The following link has access to free online learning and resources particularly for the Health and Social Care sector. Although targeted at volunteers these are accessible for all. It also includes ways to access the NHS learning portal with over 350 courses available.
The Skills Toolkit
The Skills Toolkit has been launched with access to free online course and e-learning to help develop skills in digital literacy and numeracy. The courses range from introductory to advanced with some being small bite-sized courses and others being more longer term study.
The following link to Tempo Communities has a wide range of resources and activities to explore. From online workouts to improve your health and well-being, learn new skills with access to recipes and mindfulness, activities for children and much more!
British Red Cross
The British Red Cross has designed a free, short online course around infection control and safe working practices. It is designed for volunteers but with skills relevant for all in the current situation.
Wrexham Glyndwr University
Wrexham Glyndwr University have a number of online courses available with links below to each course. Most are free although several do have a small fee attached to them. Feel free to explore and take a look.
These courses below are linked to supporting further education, IT and Numeracy Skills:
Potential career pathways around Psychology/Nursing/Mental health and Counselling
Wrexham Glyndwr University are also holding a Virtual Open Day on Wednesday 24th June 2020 3-6 pm.
This is advertised on their website and you can book via the link below:
We hope this may be of interest and of use to some of you. You may find something that you wish to explore further when things begin to return to normal.
Stay safe and well!