There are three levels of training and each organisation will identify who in their organisation will carry out which level.
How to access the training?
Each organisation will decide how to access the training, either through their own e-learning platform, e-learning for healthcare hub or the national ReSPECT training website. Please contact your organisation’s Learning & Development team to find out more.
Level 1 – Basic Awareness
This is aimed at all health and social care staff, including admin and clerical staff.
Watch: Joe’s ReSPECT journey – a ReSPECT explainer for people and their families
Joe is a patient with a progressive lung condition. This video show how ReSPECT helps him to express what is important to him and allows professionals to make appropriate clinical recommendations throughout his journey until the end of life.
Level 2 – Awareness and Handling Emergencies
This is aimed at staff who are directly caring for patients and any healthcare professional in regular contact with patients who may benefit from a ReSPECT plan.
Option 1 – Complete ‘ReSPECT Awareness’ module on e-Learning for Healthcare: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/584279
Option 2 – Complete ‘What is ReSPECT’ module provided by the national ReSPECT e-learning tool: https://learning.respectprocess.org.uk/#modules
Level 3 – Authorship for Conducting ReSPECT Conversations
This is aimed at staff who will be carrying out the ReSPECT conversation and completing the plan.
Option 1 – Complete ‘ReSPECT Authorship’ module on e-Learning for Healthcare: https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/Component/Details/584282
Option 2 – Complete all modules provided by the national ReSPECT e-learning tool: https://learning.respectprocess.org.uk/#modules
The ReSPECT Plan examples complement the above training modules to give further understanding to summarising the ReSPECT conversation onto the plan.
Contact your ReSPECT team for any queries.