The CapitalNurse DigitalCareer Framework tool was launched on January 17th 2018 at a prestigious event at Connaught Hotel. It has been a great project to work on because it makes full use of Axia Digital’s knowledge and expertise.

The CapitalNurse Digital Career Framework is a free-to-use digital career tool for all nurses, designed to advance a London-wide approach to career progression.  It enables nurses to reflect on their practice, receive and review feedback from peers and service users and have a structured career conversation with a facilitator.

We are delighted to have been able to work on this project because we can offer our longstanding involvement in Career Development; our intimate understanding of the nursing profession and our ability to apply the latest technology to create a highly sophisticated but easy to use tool.

One of the first major projects the company developed was Learndirect Futures which helped Adults discover their skills and interests and use this information to identify career options for them. It also included a full range of tools that were designed to help individuals develop their careers. Our involvement with the Careers development has continued and we supply the online national Register of Careers Professionals.

Nursing, Midwifery and other Allied Health Professionals have always been at the heart of this company’s work. One of our first sites was the Learning Zone for the Royal College of Nursing and we now support members of Health professional bodies capture evidence of their Continuous Professional Development in the UK, Ireland and internationally. We have also converted the paper assessment documents for Undergraduate programmes at several Universities into a digital format.In terms of the technology that supports this CapitalNurse Digital Career Framework tool the company has recently been exploring the innovative ways that 360 feedback tools can be used to support Career Progression.

Chris Peat, Customer Services Director comments that ,

‘It is great to have been able to work on a project that flows from so much from the work we have been engaged in since the company’s formation over twenty years ago. We also welcome the fact that we have had the chance to work with the Capital Nurse Project which is involved in so much innovative work to support nurses in London.’