RCEMLearning is continuing to offer departments assistance with the educational structure of their Induction programmes by offering the opportunity to use our FREE ready-made modules of learning that is aimed at doctors who are new to Emergency Medicine or those returning after a long period away from ED.

We believe this course can form part of your induction package with content from the (highly respected) RCEMLearning team with years of EM experience from all 4 corners of the UK and Ireland.

We offer coverage of RCEM EM induction and a PEM induction:




Abdominal Pain

Attendances in the ED related to Alcohol

Back Pain

Bleeding in Early Pregnancy


Chest Pain




Head Injury in adults


Making a Good Referral

Medical Emergencies

Mental Health in the ED


Palliative Case in the ED

Risk Stratification and Venous Thromboembolic Disease



The ED rota




Abdominal Pain

A child with a fever

Child Abuse

Coughing, wheezy and Stridulous children

(de)Hydration in children

Decision Making in Paeds

Heady injury

Lessening the pain through play

Neonatal Jaundice

Minor Injuries

Paediatric Mental Health in the ED

Paediatric Seizures

PEM tips from someone who knows


The Limping Child

The unwell Neonate and Infant

When Weight loss isn’t a good thing

We currently offer the content in two ways depending on your needs and requirements.


FREE open access – no need to sign up or register accounts – Supervisors and Inductees can have access to all the Induction content modules(without the MCQs)

Select the Induction modules below and start sharing with your Inductees

Emergency Medicine

Paediatric Emergency Medicine


FREE – Hospitals can register 1 Induction Supervisor – the Induction Supervisor will then be provided with details and a registration link to send to Inductees for them to each register their own temporary (9 month) RCEMLearning Induction account. Induction Supervisors will be able to access reports on their Inductees on how they have performed with the Induction module MCQs.

The sign-up process for EXTENDED Package

First, you will need to register your hospital for access via our Hospital Registration Induction Form, this will inform us what learning content you require your Inductees to cover from the EM and/or PEM Induction Modules.

Once your hospital account is registered and created on our system, you will be sent a link to forward to your Inductees. 

This is so that they can register for a temporary RCEMLearning account themselves.

Once registered, Inductees will be provided with a link to the Induction module content you registered for.

If you have already signed your hospital department up to the Induction content then you can continue to use the Inductee registration link that we sent you. If you have misplaced this or want to amend your registered department details, just drop us an email at induction@rcem.ac.uk.

In the RCEMLearning Induction Module core package, there is no need to register or sign up for an eLearning account. You can have instant access. You can read all the Induction materials at your own leisure from now. Just click on our Induction module links

Emergency Medicine

Paediatric Emergency Medicine

Do I need to register my hospital or create accounts?

No, our Induction Module Core package is all freely accessible now.

Will we have access to the CPD Diary or Members Only content on RCEMLearning once we sign in?

No, you can access the Induction modules as well as our Open Access content - References, Blogs, Podcasts, and Clinical Cases.

 If you want to become a member, please email the Membership Team: membership@rcem.ac.uk

Can I share the Induction modules with others?

Of course, our Induction module content is open access and is free for anyone to engage with.

When you register for the Extended Induction Package, your registered Inductees will have full access to the Induction Modules, including MCQs for modules. Supervisor reports can be produced to show the Inductee progress and completion rate of modules. Inductees will have temporary access to a CPD diary where they can download their certificate of completion for our induction modules.

Inductee accounts are temporary and will be deleted within 9 months of registration. If you would like to become a full member of RCEMLearning and have access to all the modules on our site, please follow this link:

Are Inductee accounts permanent?

No – 9 months, we will contact Inductees advising of the closure of their eLearning accounts allowing them time to download any certificates they wish.

 Will we have access to everything on RCEMLearning once we sign in?

No, you can access the Induction modules and our Open Access content - References, Blogs, Podcasts, and Clinical Cases.

 Will my Supervisor account be deleted after 9 months?

No, only Inductees. We will contact supervisors annually to ensure that they still require the service.

 How many times do I need to sign up for the Induction programme?

Just once. When you register your account you will be contacted annually to confirmt hat you still require it. You can continue to use the registration link initially provided to pass on to your future Inductees. If you have trouble accessing your account, please contact us at induction@rcem.ac.uk

Why can’t I just send you the emails of our Inductees?

We ask all of our Supervisors to forward our Inductee registration link to avoid duplication of accounts and clarity of data with the sign-up process as well as avoid a delay in getting your Inductees their accounts.

How do I track my Inductees? 

You can access your Supervisor reporting tool from the main menu, once you have logged into RCEMLearning look for the SUpervisor section under the Induction part of the menu on the right-hand side of the ‘Learning’ tab.

How to complete a module on your account?

A module will be marked complete when the MCQs have been answered and submitted.

How does the CPD Diary work? 

The CPD Diary will keep track of all completed modules on RCEMLearning. If you click on the module title this will bring you into more details about the module and where Inductees can view and download their module certificates.

I signed up for an Inductee account and haven't received my login details?

Make sure first of all you check your Junk mail, just in case your login details went there.

Alternatively, your account may not have been created yet. Please wait 5 working days for your details to be sent to you however if you still haven’t received them, please contact the Induction email at induction@rcem.ac.uk