Sancus have an extensive range of online and distance e-learning courses covering many occupational sectors. The advantage of this approach to learning is that you can complete your course at a time and place of your choosing. The programmes are interactive and a cost effective way to develop skills. Choose from over 50 healthcare and professional development  courses  options and also the 15 Care Certificate Standards.
You can purchase and enrol on individual training courses. If you are looking to purchase multiple courses or you are buying for a number of learners then generous discounts are available.
Our learning platform is a flexible tool and we can also set you up with the facility to purchase and assign courses to your own workforce. If this option may be of interest to you then contact us.

Healthcare e-learning – types of courses



This means using a computer or laptop to deliver a course, whether it’s in a school, part of your mandatory employee training, or to further your own career at home. e-Learning is a popular choice because of the options it brings. Learning can be taken in your own home or at work, at a time that is convenient to you, giving you the freedom to learn in your own time and at your own pace.



Sancus e-Books are electronic versions of e-learning courses, usually in PDF form, which can be read on a computer, a laptop, or a specifically designed handheld device, for example tablets. Our e-Books are a popular option when it comes to e-Learning due to the fact that learning can be undertaken on the move. Learners can complete our e-Books while travelling on the train to work, during lunch in the canteen or at home. e-Books give learners the flexibility to choose when they learn.


Distance Learning

Distance learning describes online learning completed using workbooks and finished with an assessment, available in a range of topics created by quality educators. Sancus distance learning is a popular learning option as it gives you the freedom to fit when you learn around your busy work and home life. You can study at your own pace, from anywhere in the world, and the costs involved are usually a lot less expensive than other forms of learning.


Video Learning

Video learning is a useful alternative to e-learning as videos can be shown to large groups of people, which can be very useful in classroom based learning and work-based courses.  Another advantage of video learning is that some learners can better engage with images; traditional e-Learning can be seen as “boring” for some learners. Video learning can solve this problem by making learning fun.