Horus e-Portfolio

All Foundation doctors in England use the Horus e-portfolio.

The e-portfolio provides Foundation doctors with a simple way to collate their assessments; document meetings with their supervisors; record their personal development plan; and demonstrate that they have met the required curriculum outcomes. However, the e-portfolio can also be used to showcase work that has been done over and above the baseline requirements.

The Portfolio provides the structure and paperwork (forms, templates etc) to help individuals understand the process of their training and plan their development. It also includes the formal assessments that must be completed together with guidance about other evidence that might be submitted to demonstrate competence.

Trainees and Educational Supervisors can access the e-Portfolio at https://horus.hee.nhs.uk/login


Foundation e-Learning Programme





Foundation e-Learning (provided by e-Learning for Healthcare, or eLfH) is a free and engaging online resource to support Foundation doctors with their F1 and F2 training. eLfH is a national project, providing quality assured learning materials for healthcare professionals.

Sessions include:

  • Health Promotion
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Mental Capacity Act
  • Safeguarding Children and Young People
  • Work place based assessment: mini CEX, DOPS, CbD and MSF

More e-Learning will be added on a regular basis.

All Severn foundation doctors will be provided with a username and password for accessing the eLfH portal. If users have forgotten their username and/or password, they can use the ‘contact us’ link. Alternatively, email support.


Skills for Health

Skills for Health is an established expert in e-learning for the health sector. They offer a comprehensive portfolio of services that includes e-learning strategy and development services as well as a wide range of courses specific to the health sector.

Microsoft NHS Resource Centre

The Microsoft NHS Resource Centre is a free portal hosted by Microsoft that provides access to a wide variety of resources.

NHS staff registered with the resource centre can access Microsoft e-learning and a number of software licensing offers that are available only to NHS staff.

Social Care Institute for Excellence

SCIE is an independent charity, funded by the Department of Health and the devolved administrations in Wales and Northern Ireland. SCIE identifies and disseminates the knowledge base for good practice in all aspects of social care throughout the United Kingdom. Only by understanding what works in practice - and what does not - can services be improved, and the status of the workforce be raised.

Other Resources

University of Bristol

The University of Bristol TLHP (Teaching and Learning for Healthcare Professionals) team deliver high quality training to health professionals and others:

  • TLHP Programme - a modular certificate / diploma / masters in teaching and learning - now one of the largest courses in medical education in the UK. Plus...
  • Professional and Generic Skills Programme workshops
  • Training workshops for research students
  • A Teaching and Learning Conference, annually in October
  • Tailored training and educational consultancy – please contact the TLHP team for further details


Doctors.net.uk is available to UK-registered doctors in primary and secondary care. It offers a professional, secure e-mail facility, clinical and non-clinical fora, the very latest medical information and free accredited education allowing doctors to maintain Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

BMJ Learning

BMJ Learning offers you a convenient way to meet your continuing professional development (CPD) and training needs. Our website contains more interactive CME and training modules than other providers, so you can be sure we have the best available content relevant to your practice. All modules are written by world renowned experts, peer reviewed and edited by doctors.