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Statutory and Mandatory Training

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Dear Colleague 

First of all, welcome to UHL, we are looking forward to you joining us and working within our Trust.

UHL values high quality care and patient safety. Therefore, we have worked hard to enhance your induction into the Trust and have included an online e-Induction covering relevant induction issues, most of your mandatory training and formal assessment of your learning. Details of how to access this system and complete the training are below.


If you are a new trainee in the region then you will need to complete the e-Induction, the assessments and your evaluation before you start at the UHL. As we realise this will take a number of hours of your time we have negotiated a day in lieu in recompense for completing this in your own time, however, you will only be entitled to this if you complete it before your start date. If you do not complete this before your start date you will need to use the Trust's eUHL system rather than the e-Induction system to complete your training. Your JDA will be informed of your completion of the programme.


Username: Your GMC number (please note you will not be able to access the e-Induction programme without your GMC number)

Password: Password1! (the system will ask you to change this the first time you log in)

If you have any issues with using the e-Induction programme please contact Nitesh Mistry on 0116 258 7213.

If you do not complete this training prior to your start date then you will need to complete it through the Trust's eUHL system.


As an employee of UHL you are expected to complete your Statutory & Mandatory Training (SMT) as soon as possible and within your first month of employment with us if you have not already completed it through the e-Induction programme. Each eLearning programme takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. 

 To access and complete this training log on to any computer with internet access, at work, at home or in one of UHL’s libraries etc. head to www.eUHL.nhs.uk and log into your account.

Forgotten your password: If you have previously worked at UHL and have an eUHL account please email sdrequests@uhl-tr.nhs.uk to have your password resent. Please title the email ‘eUHL Password Reset’ in the subject line of the email.

New Account Option 1: If you do not have an account on eUHL and you plan to complete your eLearning prior to joining the Trust, you need to create an account by following the on screen instructions.  Please note that in advance you will require an ‘nhs.net’ email account.

New Account Option 2: If you choose to commence your eLearning once you have joined the Trust, you will need to create an account using the email address you are given by your Junior Doctor Administrator, ending with  ‘uhl-tr.nhs.uk’, at your Corporate Induction.

Visit our Stand at Your Corporate Induction

During your Corporate Induction please make sure you visit the ‘Statutory & Mandatory Training Stand’.  Our Core Training Team will check your training, make sure your account is correct and support you with any queries you may have.

Evidencing Completion of Statutory and Mandatory Training

The Education Lead within your Clinical Management group will check that your Statutory and Mandatory Training has been completed within four weeks of your commencement. In order to provide evidence of completion please follow the instructions on page 2 of the attached guidance and upload your certificate to your eportfolio. This is an example of a completed Combined SMT Certificate.

Further Information and Support

Further information is provided in the attached guidance and will help you with completing your Statutory & Mandatory training.  Please contact our Core Training Team on 0116 258 7518 or email edward.thurlow@uhl-tr.nhs.uk  if you require any further support with completing your training.

Best Wishes

Edward Thurlow      Core Training Lead

Bina Kotecha         Assistant Director of Learning and Organisational Development