EHA E-Learning

Get confident on the Early Help Assessment with E-learning course

Do you work with children, young people and families in Somerset?

If so you will be aware the Early Help Assessment has been updated.

The EHA is a shared tool for all practitioners working with children, young people and families in Somerset who are delivering early help and SEND support in a co-ordinated way, so that they understand and respond to the needs of families.

There’s now a new free training tool available to all practitioners to ensure you make the best use of the improved EHA to get children, young people and their families the right support in the right place at the right time.

The Early Help Assessment E-learning course on the Learning Centre is a comprehensive course designed to raise awareness of early help and increase your knowledge and confidence to use the EHA. We expect this course to take 30 minutes to complete and includes a certificate on completion.

EHA Practitioner guidance, frequently asked questions and leaflets can be found here 

It is important that you complete this eLearning here:

For SCC Practitioners:

Early Help Assessment (EHA) eLearning for SCC Practitioners

For Non-SCC Practitioners:

Early Help Assessment (EHA) eLearning for non SCC Practitioners

To access the eLearning you will need to register as a Guest on the Learning Centre.  To do this, click on the link above and then select the Non SSO login tab and select Guest Login. Enter your details then use the link to the course page or search for the course ‘Early Help Assessment eLearning module 2020 – for external users’.

If you have forgotten your log-in details please email the Learning Pool or call 0345 0744 114.