Targeting an improved quality of life, among elderly people and their families, the focus is on building capacity and increasing knowledge among care sector professionals and support staff. With multiple versions of the training modules available (online flash modules, downloadable text-only versions), users can choose to operate either online or offline, albeit with the former providing access to interactive quizzes and examples, and keeping track of learner progress. In all cases, there is a need for internet access at some point, either with a view to undertaking learning and development online, or to enable materials to be downloaded for offline use. Developed modules are "off-the-shelf" with little more than internet access required to enable self-directed study. Materials are clearly relevant for existing employees wishing to improve their knowledge in this area but could also be used as part of a course of blended learning, with credit or certification also considered where modules were embedded into more formal course provision, including employer-led provision.