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Interview with CuppaCare Content Lead, Alexander Braddell

Through delivering short, accessible ‘Sips’ of learning, the CuppaCare smartphone app offers a genuinely new way to help busy, on-the-go homecare staff feel more supported in their role...

Care providers trial a new digital learning service

Home care organisations from across England are exploring how education app CuppaCare can improve care provision. The pilot, funded by the Ufi Trust, includes Good and Outstanding home care providers ...

Learn how CuppaCare promotes informal learning on the job

The Sips in your free Taster app are on everyday care tasks and topics. Managers are using CuppaCare to take advantage of the natural learning opportunities that arise day-to-day in the workplace. One ...

How the CuppaCare Taster app helps all careworkers from new to experienced staff

One of the Sips in your free Taster app is on ‘Respecting Confidentiality’. Imagine you have a client, Mr. B, who is 85 and lives on his own. One day you bump into his daughter, Jane, in the supermark ...

Three ways to blend CuppaCare Sips into your staff learning programmes

Using the free CuppaCare Taster app with your staff is a great way to promote a culture of learning in your workplace. The Sips are a starting point for care workers to discuss their knowledge and ski ...

Why everyday learning is important to the people who need your care and support

There are three important steps for learning something new. The first is noticing. This means looking closely at what you’re doing or what you want to learn about. Second is questioning, asking about ...

Interview with CuppaCare Founder, Sara Dunn

Founded in 2016, CuppaCare revolutionises training for care providers and care staff, using smartphones to deliver 'Sips' - short interactive learning and guidance - through an app for staff to use on ...

CuppaCare launches with a free Taster app for care staff

CuppaCare is the brand new mobile micro-learning system for people who work in social care. Guidance comes in Sips - super short items on everyday care tasks and topics. Care workers can refresh their ...

Care staff like CuppaCare at their fingertips

Over 80 staff and managers used CuppaCare in our pilot with Jewish Care in 2016-17. We found many staff valued it as part of their training and development, in particular the way they could access it ...

How managers make the most of CuppaCare

CuppaCare works best when managers deploy it strategically, and make time to talk about it with their staff, answer questions, and reflect on how the knowledge provided is put into practice. In our 20 ...

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