Health Business Services and the Office of the Chief Information Officer have collaborated with the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment to launch a programme for HSE staff. The aim of this foundational programme is to guide staff through utilising the digital tools they already have access to and build on their digital literacy skills.
Within the Health Service environment, there is great advantage in networking in order to align change and service improvement at local and national level. A framework of support to managers and staff across the health and social care system is a key enabler for supporting these change initiatives.
- Will inspire and encourage staff to become confident online by working on existing digital platforms and services along with fostering valuable partnerships in supporting digital transformation
- Is part of the Government's Digital Skills for Citizen Scheme which will be hosted in Carlow, Cork, Dublin and Kerry
- Will be delivered over three half-day sessions in three consecutive weeks
- Will close for registration of interest on December 31st, 2019
Foundational topics covered within this programme:
- Introduction to the internet
- HSE online services
- Social Media
- Search Engines
- Email and more
Please ensure that you speak to your line manager prior to registration of interest
Click here to register your interest before December 31st
Click here to download the information poster which should be displayed on staff noticeboards
Sponsored by: Jane Carolan, HBS National Director and Fran Thompson, Interim Chief Information Officer, eHealth Ireland/OoCIO
Funded by The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, the Digital Skills for Citizens is in line with the National Digital Strategy, focused on encouraging and empowering citizens to participate fully in Ireland's digital economy and society.