Host Venue Coordinator November ATR 2023 (Megan)

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Megan!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

The ATR ends with a knowledge check quiz and a pass mark of 100% is required to complete the course. You will have a total of 2 attempts to pass the quiz and remember you can refer to the documents if you need to.

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Distribution and Processing Assistant November 2023 ATR

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Warren!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

The ATR ends with a knowledge check quiz and a pass mark of 100% is required to complete the course. You will have a total of 2 attempts to pass the quiz and remember you can refer to the documents if you need to.

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Stock & Distribution Coordinator November 2023 ATR (Katy)

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

The ATR ends with a knowledge check quiz and a pass mark of 100% is required to complete the course. You will have a total of 2 attempts to pass the quiz and remember you can refer to the documents if you need to.

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Senior Processor November ATR 2023

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Bradley!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

The ATR ends with a knowledge check quiz and a pass mark of 100% is required to complete the course. You will have a total of 2 attempts to pass the quiz and remember you can refer to the documents if you need to.

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Product Supervisor November ATR 2023

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Emma!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Distribution Manager November 2023 ATR

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Hollie-Marie!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

 

As you are a Line Manager you have a Line Manager quiz to complete at the end of the ATR.  Remember you can access the HR documents on Breathe whilst doing the quiz as the pass mark is 100%.

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Laboratory Manager November 2023 ATR

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Emma!

 

Each year, all Pet Blood Bank staff are required to refresh themselves on the principles of  GMP and on the PBB processes that are part of their role.

Please move through the following lessons, reading any documents and completing any knowledge check questions or interactive exercises as you go.

 

When asked, please click on the document links in each lesson to be taken directly to the document. Once you have read the SOP click on the back arrow in the top left-hand corner to return to LearnDash. Mark each lesson as complete before moving on to the next.

 

Please be aware that many documents have been updated for the ATR, pay careful attention to the changes highlighted in grey.

 

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

Finance Assistant November 2023 ATR (Tracey)

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Tracey

As part of your Annual Training Review you are required to refresh yourself on the principles of Good Manufacturing Practice and read any updated the MPD’s. This is in line with our governing body the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD)

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

 

 

Marketing Manager November 23 ATR (Nicole)

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 Nicole.

As part of your Annual Training Review you are required to refresh yourself on the principles of Good Manufacturing Practice and refresh yourself on some of our other documentation. This is in line with our governing body the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD)

The course must be completed by Thursday 30th November 2023 and can be completed in stages as LearnDash will automatically save your progress.

 

As you are a Line Manager you have a Line Manager quiz to complete at the end of the ATR.  Remember you can access the HR documents on Breathe whilst doing the quiz as the pass mark is 100%.

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank You

The Training Department

 

Marketing Assistant & Marketing & Funds Development Officer ATR November 2023

Welcome to your Annual Training Review November 2023 🙂

As part of your Annual Training Review you are required to refresh yourself on the principles of Good Manufacturing Practice and read any updated MPD’s. This is in line with our governing body the Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD)

 

Any issues please email cpd@petbloodbankuk.org

Thank you

The Training Department

 

 

Jenny’s Course (Regional to Permanent Phlebotomist)

Hi Jenny,

The next few courses will bring you up to date with the role of the permanent phlebotomist. Some of the lessons you will have completed in your regional induction, but would not have been trained to the same steps in the SOPs. You will also have your owne log in to access SharePoint so you do not need to use the locum log in when you are redirected from Learndash to view a document.

PBB Donor Assistant Donation Training

The following lessons provide training on the role of the Donor Assistant during the donation and post-donation phases of the blood donation process. Please navigate through the course as you did your pre-screen training and then complete the knowledge check quiz at the end. You have a total of two attempts to complete the quiz with a pass mark of 100%.

When you are ready to get started click on your first lesson.

 

Remember, the login details when you are redirected to view a controlled document are:

Username: pbb.locum@petbloodbankuk.org

Password: Monday@04!

PBB Donor Assistant Welcome & Pre-Screen Training

Welcome to Pet Blood Bank, it is great you are joining us in our life-saving work.

As a Blood Bank we are governed by a branch of the government called the Veterinary Medicines Directorate or VMD. We have a long series of regulations we must adhere to in order to maintain our blood banking license and continue to save lives. Training is a large part of the VMD governance around which there are lots of rules. One rule is the completion of the theory training and competency quiz prior to beginning the practical on-session’ training.

This training course contains multiple lessons, some of which have been further subdivided into topics. Work your way through each lesson and topic in order, completing any knowledge check activities and quizzes as you proceed. You can stop at any time, as your progress will be saved. It is quite a lot of information to go through in one sitting so splitting it into bite-sized chunks is probably best.

This training course will cover all the theory that is necessary to support your Donor Assistant training in pre-screen, to enable you to competently and confidently perform the many important tasks you have at our sessions.

Some of the lessons will require you to read one of our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  Our SOPs have been created and refined over time to reflect best practice and many years of learning from our errors and improving our processes. Following our SOPs rigidly is vital to ensure the safety of the team and our wonderful donors and ensure the quality and safety of the blood products we manufacture and supply to be transfused into critically ill patients.

 

When you start the course you will be presented with the Course Content, which will show the lessons you will need to work through. Select each lesson  in turn.

Your progress will be indicated by the progress bar at the top of the page.

You can navigate through the lesson using the forward and backward buttons at the bottom of the page as shown or return to the course content.

Where it is present, you will need to click the Mark Complete button in some lessons to mark your progress.

In order to read one of our controlled documents such as an SOP, when you click on the link in the lesson you will be redirected to our secure document server.  Use the log in details below to access the document.

 

Username: pbb.locum@petbloodbankuk.org

Password: Monday@04!

 

To return to the lesson after reading the SOP just click on the back arrow (top left) as shown below.

 

Some of our interactive tasks may need you to decrease your screen size so you can view everything.

 

If you have any problems with your training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org so we can help you.

 

Let’s get started!

 

Marketing Assistant Training Course

Welcome to Pet Blood Bank, it is great you are joining us in our life-saving work.

As a Blood Bank we are governed by a branch of the government called the Veterinary Medicines Directorate or VMD. We have a long series of regulations we must adhere to in order to maintain our blood banking license and continue to save lives. Training is a large part of the VMD governance around which there are lots of rules. One rule is the completion of the theory training and competency quiz prior to beginning the practical on-session’ training.

This training course contains multiple lessons, some of which have been further subdivided into topics. You can select lessons in any order but you should begin with the Welcome and Induction lessons, then follow your training schedule so that both your on-the-job training and your Learndash theory training are in sync. You will be asked to complete knowledge check activities and quizzes as you proceed. You can stop at any time, as your progress will be saved.

This training course will cover all the theory that is necessary to support the training for your role and enable you to competently and confidently perform the many important tasks you have.

Some of the lessons will require you to read one of our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  Our SOPs have been created and refined over time to reflect best practice and many years of learning from our errors and improving our processes. Following our SOPs rigidly is vital to ensure the safety of the team and our wonderful donors and ensure the quality and safety of the blood products we manufacture and supply to be transfused into critically ill patients.

When you start the course you will be presented with the Course Content, which will show the lessons you will need to work through. Select the lesson you wish to take.

Your progress will be indicated by the progress bar at the top of the page.

You can navigate through the lessons and topics using the forward and backward buttons at the bottom of the page as shown or return to the course content.

Where it is present, you will need to click the Mark Complete button in some lessons to mark your progress.

In order to read one of our controlled documents such as an SOP, when you click on the link in the lesson you will be redirected to our secure document server ‘Sharepoint’. Use the log in details provided in your training schedule to access SharePoint.

 

To return to the lesson after reading the SOP just click on the back arrow (top left) as shown below.

 

Some of our interactive tasks may need you to decrease your screen size so you can view everything.

If you have any problems with your training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org so we can help you.

Let’s get started!

 

 

 

Processor Training Course (Sam Clark)

Welcome to Pet Blood Bank, it is great you are joining us in our life-saving work.

As a Blood Bank we are governed by a branch of the government called the Veterinary Medicines Directorate or VMD. We have a long series of regulations we must adhere to in order to maintain our blood banking license and continue to save lives. Training is a large part of the VMD governance around which there are lots of rules.

This training course contains multiple lessons, some of which have been further subdivided into topics. You can select lessons in any order and you should follow the sequence in your training schedule so that both your on-the-job training and your Learndash theory training are in sync. You will be asked to complete knowledge check activities and quizzes as you proceed. You can stop at any time, as your progress will be saved.

This training course will cover all the theory that is necessary to support the training for your processing role and enable you to competently and confidently perform the many important tasks you have.

Some of the lessons will require you to read one of our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  Our SOPs have been created and refined over time to reflect best practice and many years of learning from our errors and improving our processes. Following our SOPs rigidly is vital to ensure the safety of the team and our wonderful donors and ensure the quality and safety of the blood products we manufacture and supply to be transfused into critically ill patients.

When you start the course you will be presented with the Course Content, which will show the lessons you will need to work through. Select the lesson you wish to take.

Your progress will be indicated by the progress bar at the top of the page.

You can navigate through the lessons and topics using the forward and backward buttons at the bottom of the page as shown or return to the course content.

Where it is present, you will need to click the Mark Complete button in some lessons to mark your progress.

In order to read one of our controlled documents such as an SOP, when you click on the link in the lesson you will be redirected to our secure document server ‘Sharepoint’. Use the log in details provided in your training schedule to access SharePoint.

 

To return to the lesson after reading the SOP just click on the back arrow (top left) as shown below.

 

Some of our interactive tasks may need you to decrease or increase your screen size so you can view everything.

 

At the end of the course there is a competency quiz with a pass mark of 100% AT WHICH YOU HAVE A TOTAL OF TWO ATTEMPTS.

If you have any problems with your training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org so we can help you.

Let’s get started!

Distribution Manager Training Course

Welcome to Pet Blood Bank, it is great you are joining us in our life-saving work.

As a Blood Bank we are governed by a branch of the government called the Veterinary Medicines Directorate or VMD. We have a long series of regulations we must adhere to in order to maintain our blood banking license and continue to save lives. Training is a large part of the VMD governance around which there are lots of rules. One rule is the completion of the theory training and competency quiz prior to beginning the practical on-session’ training.

This training course contains multiple lessons, some of which have been further subdivided into topics. You can select lessons in any order but you should begin with the Welcome and Induction lessons, then follow your training schedule so that both your on-the-job training and your Learndash theory training are in sync. You will be asked to complete knowledge check activities and quizzes as you proceed. You can stop at any time, as your progress will be saved.

This training course will cover all the theory that is necessary to support the training for your role and enable you to competently and confidently perform the many important tasks you have.

Some of the lessons will require you to read one of our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  Our SOPs have been created and refined over time to reflect best practice and many years of learning from our errors and improving our processes. Following our SOPs rigidly is vital to ensure the safety of the team and our wonderful donors and ensure the quality and safety of the blood products we manufacture and supply to be transfused into critically ill patients.

When you start the course you will be presented with the Course Content, which will show the lessons you will need to work through. Select the lesson you wish to take.

Your progress will be indicated by the progress bar at the top of the page.

You can navigate through the lessons and topics using the forward and backward buttons at the bottom of the page as shown or return to the course content.

Where it is present, you will need to click the Mark Complete button in some lessons to mark your progress.

In order to read one of our controlled documents such as an SOP, when you click on the link in the lesson you will be redirected to our secure document server ‘Sharepoint’. Use the log in details provided in your training schedule to access SharePoint.

 

To return to the lesson after reading the SOP just click on the back arrow (top left) as shown below.

 

Some of our interactive tasks may need you to decrease your screen size so you can view everything.

 

At the end of your course there is a competency quiz covering your knowledge of the department. You have a total of two attempts at passing the quiz (one first take and one retake). The pass mark is 100%. You can reference any documents you wish during the quiz.

 

If you have any problems with your training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org so we can help you.

Let’s get started!

Lab Manager Training Course

Welcome to Pet Blood Bank, it is great you are joining us in our life-saving work.

As a Blood Bank we are governed by a branch of the government called the Veterinary Medicines Directorate or VMD. We have a long series of regulations we must adhere to in order to maintain our blood banking license and continue to save lives. Training is a large part of the VMD governance around which there are lots of rules.

This training course contains multiple lessons, some of which have been further subdivided into topics. You can select lessons in any order but you should begin with the Welcome and Induction lessons, then follow your training schedule so that both your on-the-job training and your Learndash theory training are in sync. You will be asked to complete knowledge check activities and quizzes as you proceed. You can stop at any time, as your progress will be saved.

This training course will cover all the theory that is necessary to support the training for your role and enable you to competently and confidently perform the many important tasks you have.

Some of the lessons will require you to read one of our Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).  Our SOPs have been created and refined over time to reflect best practice and many years of learning from our errors and improving our processes. Following our SOPs rigidly is vital to ensure the safety of the team and our wonderful donors and ensure the quality and safety of the blood products we manufacture and supply to be transfused into critically ill patients.

When you start the course you will be presented with the Course Content, which will show the lessons you will need to work through. Select the lesson you wish to take.

Your progress will be indicated by the progress bar at the top of the page.

You can navigate through the lessons and topics using the forward and backward buttons at the bottom of the page as shown or return to the course content.

Where it is present, you will need to click the Mark Complete button in some lessons to mark your progress.

In order to read one of our controlled documents such as an SOP, when you click on the link in the lesson you will be redirected to our secure document server ‘Sharepoint’. Use the log in details provided in your training schedule to access SharePoint.

 

To return to the lesson after reading the SOP just click on the back arrow (top left) as shown below.

 

Some of our interactive tasks may need you to decrease your screen size so you can view everything or increase it so you can view things clearly.

 

At the end of the course there will be a competency quiz that you have two total attempts to pass, the first attempt and then one retake. The pass mark is 100%. The quiz covers key areas of competency as identified by your Line Manager.

 

If you have any problems with your training please contact cpd@petbloodbankuk.org so we can help you.

Let’s get started!

PBB Vet Admin Training

This short course covers the additional processes you need to be trained to in order to support PBB when the Clinical Supervisor is not available. The course will cover your role in:

  • Quarantine, Release and Failing of Blood Products
  • Product Quality Issues

 

Thank you for the extra support 🙂

 

Webinar: Platelet Concentrate – what is it and how should we use it?

Transfusion Medicine CPD.

We are very fortunate to be supported by some amazing veterinary specialists and veterinary nurses that give willingly their time, knowledge and experience so that we can continue to support you, whilst you treat and nurse the nation’s pets. Thank you Rob Foale for this interesting and informative presentation on the use of platelet concentrate.

To receive a certificate for this course to enable you to claim 1 hour of CPD please email CPD@petbloodbankuk.org

Donor Assistant Retake Competency Quiz

Welcome to the Donor Assistant Competency Quiz retake course.

 

Please complete the quiz below. You will have 2 attempts and the pass mark is 100%

 

Good Luck 🙂