About the e-LfH Hub
The Hub delivers a wide variety of e-learning resources to a large audience including NHS staff, social care staff and members of the public. In order to ensure individuals using the Hub have access to appropriate e-learning resources, the Hub will allocate a user with a user type when you register. Find out more about user types
In order to allow different organisations to present their learning in a way that supports their branding and makes the learning recognisable to their audience, we have extended the Hub to introduce the concept of multiple tenancies available on a variety of URLs or links. Each tenancy allows the branding or ‘skin’ of the Hub to be themed to different colours matching an organisations colours or branding. Find out more about the available tenants.
In order to ensure the maximum visibility of the e-learning resources available on the e-LfH Hub and its tenants, we have introduced a catalogue which can be browsed before a user has logged in or registered. Find out more about the e-learning available via the catalogue.
What are the different user types?
The e-LfH Hub allows for different types of users to access different sets of programmes relevant to their role or organisation. This is determined by email address or additional validation at the time of registration. We refer to these different groups of users as user types.
Currently, the Hub has 4 user types:-
BLUE - Standard e-LfH audience, - (mostly NHS and social care staff)
This audience has unrestricted access to the e-learning programmes and includes:
- Direct NHS email address (incl. Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland)
- Hospice and care homes
- Social care (Skills for Care)
- Public Health England
- Department of Health
- Ministry of Defence
- Dental trainees/trainers and practices
- Local Government
ORANGE - Restricted to certain programmes (identified by email extension)
- Data security awareness for private companies
- Clinical risk management training for private companies
GREEN - General public (any email address accepted)
Access to a limited number of programmes:
GREY - Guest access to open programmes
This is guest access with no login, no e-LfH Hub account, no tracking of activity or certificates for the individual.
Find out more about the programmes freely available via our catalogue here.
e-LfH and its active tenancies
What is a tenant?
A tenant is an instance of the e-LfH Hub with its own URL and branding that supports a specific organisation that is working in partnership with e-LfH to deliver e-learning resources.
Each tenant has its own login and registration URL as follows:
The main e-learning for Healthcare Hub is available on https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk
The MindEd Hub is available on www.minded.org.uk
Disability Matters Hub
The Disability Matters Hub is available on www.disabilitymatters.org.uk
For those in private healthcare within the UK or abroad, access to programmes can be licensed via eIntegrity.
Once you have a licence, eIntegrity is available on https://www.eintegrity.org/
Population Wellbeing Portal
The main Population Wellbeing Portal is available on https://populationwellbeingportal.e-lfh.org.uk/
Volunteer Learning Passport
The main Volunteer Learning Passport is available on https://volunteers.e-lfh.org.uk/
What is the catalogue?
The catalogue allows you to browse the e-learning programmes and courses available on each tenant. You can see the structure of the programmes and obtain additional information by clicking on the blue information icon. This icon is available at programme, course and session level.
For some programmes that are designed for use by a wider audience, you can play the sessions without logging in, but we recommend that if you require tracking and reporting of your learning activity, please try registering and then logging on.
Other programmes, that are more specialised, require appropriate registration so are not available to be played via the catalogue without logging on.
How do I get access to use the e-learning resources on the catalogue?
For those programmes that do not have a play button beside the session, you will need to register for access. Depending on your email address and job role, you will be able to enrol on applicable programmes.
Is there any e-learning content I can access without registering with e-LfH?
There are several programmes that are available for access without registering and logging in to your account which are listed below.
NOTE: If you access content without logging in to your account, then there will be no record of your activity.