Online Learning Modules
The RCC has developed a suite of interactive online learning modules to assist chiropractors in a range of circumstances. Each section below offers specific information to access that module or module series.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact the office directly at email@example.com.
All these instructional modules are open access though the following links.
Producing successful Patient Partnership Quality Mark (PPQM) and Clinic Management Quality Mark (CMQM) applications can be challenging. The purpose of developing these online learning modules is to support applicants in the process. General guidance is provided along with section-by-section advice and tips.
Full details of both the PPQM and CMQM, Conditions of Award and downloadable application forms are available here.
This instructional module guides you through the core functions of the CPD.RCC website - cpd.rcc-uk.org. A safe and secure system where you can plan, record and retain all your CPD activity and associated resources to produce your annual CPD return for submission to the GCC at the end of each GCC CPD year.
To register for CPD.RCC, contact the RCC head office.
This RCC Discovery Service lecture and how-to guide provides information about how to use the Discovery Service which enables members to keep up to date with published research.
To learn more about the RCC Discovery Service and find out how to access it, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
UPB1: Understanding Psychosocial Barriers - Full details
The cost to register for this module is £49 for RCC members, and £99 for non-members, which provides access for 12 months. Successful completion enables the candidate to print a certificate of achievement, and confers eligibility to progress to part 2 of the RCC’s Understanding and Managing Psychosocial Barriers in MSK Conditions Pain Diploma Programme.
To register for this module, email email@example.com quoting your name and the reference ‘UPB1’. Payment details will be forwarded to you and, upon payment, you will receive secure access details.
TC1: UK healthcare, the GCC & relevant legislation - Full details
These modules are primarily designed to assist those preparing to sit the UK Test of Competence (ToC), but may also be helpful for chiropractors wishing to address fitness to practice issues or revise aspects of the GCC Code for CPD purposes.
The cost to register for this module is £49, which provides access for 12 months. Successful completion enables the candidate to print a certificate of achievement. To register for this module, email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting your name and the reference 'TC1'. Payment details will be forwarded to you and, upon payment, you will receive secure access details.Further modules in this series are under development.
These modules are primarily designed to support all chiropractors, but particularly recent chiropractic graduates in business management.
- PC1: Getting Established
- PC2: Ensuring Patient Loyalty
- PC3: Brand Building
- PC4: Marketing and Advertising
- PC5: Business Finance and Ethics
- PC6: Planning Your Marketing
- PC7: Tracking Marketing Success
- PC8: Becoming A Business Owner
- PC9: Motivational Interviewing
These modules are helpful to PRT candidates who are planning or setting up their own practice, or taking an active and supportive role in developing the practice in which they currently work. They are also helpful guides for those looking for a future as a business owner.
Cost: Free to PRT candidates and those up to 1 year post-PRT £19 each for all other chiropractors
To register for any of these business development modules and pay by card online, email email@example.com quoting your name and relevant PC reference/s. Payment details will be forwarded to you and, upon payment, you will receive secure access details.
Any PRT candidate who would like to have free access to the modules should also contact the RCC head office directly for details.
This series of modules has been developed to assist PRT Trainers prepare for their role as PRT mentors.
- PT1: The PRT Programme: What does it involve?
- PT2: What Characterises an Effective Mentor?
- PT3: The Learning Cycle and Learning Style
Studying these modules is suitable for your CPD programme. It is up to you to decide how many hours to claim, but as a guide you might claim up to an hour for completing each module in full, and more if you read through the PRT handbook.
Any PRT trainer who requires access to these modules should email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0118 9469727 for free access.
COMING SOON: Communication Techniques for Effective Mentoring
N.B. Regrettably, for tax reasons, we are currently unable to provide access to online modules for individuals based in either Greece, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Spain or Sweden.