Education IT Systems


Education has two great systems; easylearning our booking system and Moodle our virtual learning environment where you can complete mandatory training and many other courses on line. When you complete modules on Moodle your easylearning training record will automatically be updated so both you and your line manager have a record of what you have completed and when. You can access both of these web based systems on your phone, tablet or PC from work or at home

To log in please click on the logo below

Login details: This will be your trust email address unless you have chosen to change it.

New users: To register click here

Frequently Asked Questions can be found here

Line Manager Guidance: Line Manager Guidance view your team records; authorise training and give shared access if you are out of the office.
To contact us:  [email protected]  or ring Learner Registry 0121 424 8993 option 6.

Our  on-line virtual learning environment. Moodle has mandatory and many other development courses. For a full list  please click here

First-time users: You will receive an invite email to the address we have been provided with, containing a username and a temporary password that will allow you to log in to Moodle for the first time. (Please note, this password will only work once.)

Moodle Login details: If you've not logged in before, your username is your 8-digit Payroll Number (without a '-2' at the end if you have a second assignment)

Returning user: You will be able to log back in to Moodle using your 8 digit payroll number OR the email address we have been provided with as your username, along with the password you chose when you first logged in.

To reset your password: If you have forgotten your password, you should request a new one by following the Forgotten your username or password? link from the Moodle homepage and entering your username.  If you do not receive the password reset email, please first check your junk/spam folder to ensure it has not been diverted there.  Finally, if you are sure you have not received the email, you should contact the Moodle Team at [email protected] for assistance.

To contact us: please email [email protected] or ring us on 0121 424 1213

UHB’s Moodle resources can be accessed at