ACT Awareness eLearning

This ACT Awareness eLearning course will provide nationally accredited corporate Counter Terrorism guidance to help us better understand, and mitigate against, current terrorist methodology.


This e-learning module has been developed to raise awareness of how being a Young Carer can impact on engagement in sport and physical activity, and what we, as coaches/deliverers, can do to support them

Advice to help you select the correct level of trauma training.

This course has been designed for every employee.  Consistent with Scottish Government Guidance, it considers psychological trauma and how everyone, irrespective of their role, can make a difference to the lives' of others. 

This training course has been designed to meet tier 1 of the NES Psychological Trauma Framework, suitable for all workers.

This course is set at Tier 2 of the National Trauma Training Framework and is suitable for staff who work directly with people who may have been affected by psychological trauma, e.g. social work and social care staff, police and housing staff. 

The purpose of this training is to enable you as member of Fife Council staff, to understand the ‘National Standards for Nursery and School Toothbrushing Programme’  produced by Childsmile in 2015, and subsequently implemented across all Fife Council and private sector child care/educational establishments.

This e-Learning has been developed jointly by NHS Fife Oral Health Promotion and Fife Council Learning and Development colleagues.

This course is an introduction to software testing for anyone who has been identified to be a tester for the Housing Civica CX Project.

Domestic Abuse Awareness Raising Tool (DAART)  

Domestic Abuse Awareness Raising Tool (DAART) is available to professionals from all sectors in Fife. It is appropriate for staff induction, refresher training and will become a prerequisite for the FVAWP training programme. The DAART builds on the Domestic Abuse Matters Scotland programme developed for Police Scotland in collaboration with partners ASSISTthe Caledonian SystemSacro and Scottish Borders Safer Communities team as part of the implementation of the Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act. 

 The module includes:  

  • The definition and prevalence of domestic abuse  
  • The Domestic Abuse (Scotland) Act 2018  
  • General awareness and identification of domestic abuse, including coercive control  
  • Safe responses and referral pathways  

    It reflects real experiences of women, children, men, LGBT people and the BME community. It includes case studies that show tactics perpetrators use to manipulate victims and responders, as well as the impact of domestic abuse and coercive control on the whole family.   
     
This resource is a free, online module which will take around 45 minutes to complete 

This course covers multiple aspects of Outdoor Learning, including: the benefits of learning outdoors and how this can significantly contribute to children’s health and wellbeing, adopting a risk-benefit approach, the various curricular areas outdoor provision can support, and embedding literacy and numeracy in an outdoors context.

Typically, Outdoor Learning courses are highly practical in nature, however, given the limitations of an online course, the predominant purpose is to highlight the critical importance of children spending time outdoors, and to help practitioners make links to relevant supporting documentation.

Following completion of this module, practitioners will have an improved understanding of:

  • The importance of learning outdoors and how this can contribute significantly to children’s health and wellbeing.
  • Ways in which outdoor learning links to the Health and Wellbeing indicators.
  • Why practitioners should adopt a “risk-benefit” approach when planning outdoor learning and play experiences.
  • Different ways to facilitate for learning in an outdoor environment whilst making links to the Fife Core Provision document.


Relationships with children and families are at the heart of Early Years. They underpin everything that we do, and are the foundations upon which all good practice is built.

This course will support practitioners to understand the vital role that they play in developing and maintaining positive relationships, making links between theory, policy, and practice, and providing insights into the universal strategies that can be used to enhance interactions.

Following completion of this module, practitioners will have an improved understanding of:

  • Why relationships matter.
  • Research findings.
  • Theoretical perspectives.
  • Attunement & Communication.
  • Universal Strategies
  • The ‘High 5 in Fife’.
  • Predictable, stable and responsive relationships.
  • Sensitive and responsive interactions.
  • Learning partnerships and co-construction.
  • How relationships link to health and wellbeing.

The importance of schema in children’s self-initiated play and subsequent development has become a valued and embedded part of Early Years practice.

This course helps practitioners to explore what schematic play is, understand it’s developmental importance, and reflect on the critical role of the adult in supporting and nurturing children’s schematic play.

Following completion of this module, practitioners will have an improved understanding of:

  • Foundational and contemporary theories of schema.
  • The importance of schematic play.
  • The most common types of schema and how to recognise them.
  • How to provide further opportunities for children to explore schema.
  • Links between schema and the learning cycle.
  • Engaging with families in order to support children’s schematic play.

This course is for use by Elected Members in relation to the recruitment and interview process for Chief Officer Posts.


As a Fife Council employee you have a responsibility to support the local community in the event of an emergency or business continuity disruption.  Your level of involvement will vary depending on your job role.

This e-learning module has been developed to give an awareness of employee, and the Council’s, responsibilities in preparing for, responding to and recovering from emergencies and business continuity disruptions.  The e-module takes about 30 minutes to complete but you also have the option to complete one section at a time and you will be returned to the point you ended your last session.  

This topic contains courses on complaints handling within Fife Council.

Click on the individual modules to access them.

Note:  Clicking the enter button will only take you to the first module.

This course is designed to provide individuals with clarity around the purpose and processes within Fife Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA).

These short modules will give you the information you need to get started with Oracle Cloud.


The modules will cover different topics, and will not contain any assessment questions and will not be marked as complete in your training record.  They are for information only.

As a Fife Council employee you have customers – whether these are colleagues or members of the public.

This e-learning module has been developed to encourage learners to see colleagues as customers and to understand that how we serve colleagues will ultimately impact the end service provided to the external customer.  The module also covers basic customer service principles and signposts to further training for those wishing to progress their learning.

The e-module takes about 30 minutes to complete.

Introduction to Process Mapping provides you with the basic skills and knowledge to begin examining, managing or improving the processes that you currently use or designing new processes to be implemented in your Service. 

In addition, this e-learning module is a compulsory precursor to the FC2303 - IT - Process Management & Mapping Using Isoma, full details of the course can be found on the CLMS.

This module will increase Managers understanding of the Job Evaluation Scheme and the 13 factors used to evaluate jobs at Fife Council. It will also introduce the Job Evaluation Appeals Procedure and outline Managers roles and responsibilities associated with it.


Unable to enrol on this course?  

Only Managers and supervisors are allowed to access this course.  If you are a manager or supervisor and cannot access the course you may not have the correct permissions on the system.  

If this is the case please contact Scott.baird@fife.gov.uk or Rachel.Duff@fife.gov.uk to add you to the secure group.


This course will support you to understand appropriate professional boundaries in interpersonal work and their importance, how to recognise signs that boundary issues may be present and provide techniques for establishing appropriate boundaries. This course is suitable for anyone who provides support and guidance as part of their role.

This is the latest version of this course and the previous course has been hidden.  Your previous record of completing this course still remains in the system but will not show on your My Courses list.

This E-learning course explains what PREVENT is and how it aims to safeguard vulnerable people from being radicalised to supporting terrorism or becoming terrorists themselves.  All Fife Council staff are being encouraged to complete the course.

This is introductory training. It will provide an important foundation on which to develop further knowledge around the risks of radicalisation and how you should report a concern should you have one

This module will explain the principles of Universal Credit