An immersive virtual learning experience
The UK’s first healthcare training app featuring simulated working environments. A new way for nurses and carers to take control of their professional development. Accessible to Newcross Healthcare employees anytime, anywhere, using a smart device or PC.
Newcross World features
Interactive map featuring a range of care settings for carers and nurses to explore
Swipe or click and drag to explore the colourful Newcross World map, featuring a range of virtual care settings including care homes, prisons, hospitals, schools and care in the home. Pinch or click to zoom into a care setting and view the required skills to work within it. Nurses and carers can access up to 50% more work by completing modular training units and unlocking new care environments*.
3D Virtual Shifts prepare carers and nurses for real-life scenarios
Virtual Shift courses use computer gaming technology to provide immersive, interactive simulations that train nurses and carers to better meet an individual’s physical, clinical and emotional needs. These courses feature characters and encounter scenarios based on real-life situations that have been blended to provide a quality learning experience in a simulated environment.
Self-service alerts help healthcare professionals keep mandatory skills up-to-date
Skills such as Basic Life Support and Moving and Handling are mandatory requirements to work safely and effectively as a caregiver. Alerts notify nurses and carers when skills are due to expire so they can continue working without interruption.
Unlimited access to Newcross Healthcare’s library of over 120 FREE clinical courses
The Newcross University houses the complete range of CV-enhancing webinars and eLearning courses. Courses include highly specialised topics such as tracheostomy care and PEG feeding.
*Based on new bookings by environment over 30 days, data shows that if a Healthcare Assistant were to undertake the additional training via Newcross World for adult services and support work environments they could potentially access up to 50% more shifts.