Discover digital resources and training to support you to develop and deliver services for people with MS. And further your own professional development. 

MS professionals training sessions

MS awareness course for care workers and social care staff 

A new, free online course with learning outcomes and content developed by people with MS and health and social care professionals, and produced in partnership with Grey Matter Learning. The course explores the different types of MS, how it impacts the care people may need, and how to support people with MS.

An accreditation is available from Grey Matter Learning – details are at the end of the course.

Start the MS awareness course

Understanding Neurology

E-learning course for health and social care professionals covering 8 neurological conditions. Presented by professionals and patients. 5 hours CPD.

Sign up on the Understanding Neurology website

FACETS facilitators training online

We have online training days to help you deliver the FACETS fatigue management programme. The next one is on Thursday 19 October. 

Sign up for the October training day

MS in general practice

Update your knowledge of evidence-based care for people with MS. We developed this free course in collaboration with the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

Sign up on the RCGP website

The Corpus

Online medical education programmes to help you develop your practice and improve patient outcomes. The programmes include live virtual meetings, podcasts and downloadable reports.

Find out more on the Corpus website


GPs can now signpost patients to our information and resources through the Healthinote app. Any GP practice using eConsult can use their patient messaging tool to send texts and emails with suggested resources and health information prescriptions.

Watch a demo of Healthinote on YouTube

MS Society co-production e-learning and toolkit

Tools to help you work together with people with MS to understand challenges and co-produce solutions.

Go to our co-production page

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