Health And Social Care NVQ Level 2 - Fully Funded The Health And Social Care NVQ qualification is ideal for anyone working within the care environment.A care role can see you working as part of the NHS, local authorities, Care Homes, PCT’s and all health sectors in the public & private sector.
The HABC Level 1 Award in Substance Misuse Awareness is aimed at anyone working across a variety of sectors, such as counselling, the health sector, sport and recreation or community work, looking for an introductory level qualification in substance misuse. Subjects covered include types of substances misused, signs, symptoms and their effects, reasons people misuse substances, misleading signs and symptoms, effects on society and gaining support and advice.
Our Introduction to Phlebotomy Course (GPT003) is weighted towards existing healthcare professionals working in a clinical environment (hospitals, GP surgeries and Care Homes), and provides a complete training programme that assumes no prior knowledge or experience of phlebotomy. This course is ideally suited to HCAs, nurses, clinicians and those returning to the healthcare sector.
Controlling the spread of infection is vital in a wide variety of workplaces, including hospitals, care homes, schools and nurseries, in fact, anywhere people live and work together. This qualification raises employees' awareness of minimising the risk of infection.
Who is the course for? Those who wish to develop a knowledge of infection control and those wishing to access or complement other programmes. Key Objectives · An understanding of the meaning and importance of infection control and the laws that surround it · An awareness of infection control methods and how infection control is managed in England · Knowledge of what infections are and how they can be caught, spread, .
Overview: This course is aimed at sixth form colleges, uni students and young people in general. It is designed to raise an awareness of the dangers of alcohol abuse in young people and to encourage them not to walk away, but to develop life saving skills that can be used if it all goes wrong.
This course is designed to increase awareness of enteral feeding and to provide the delegate with the practical knowledge to deal with this feeding method. In the United Kingdom it is estimated that over 10,000 individuals will be tube fed in the community which is double the number in hospitals.
This programme has been developed for: Carers, caregivers or caring staff who work with People who may be prone to Misusing Substances The course material has been developed in several formats to meet the needs of all staff groups, including managers, support staff, carers, bank staff and domiciliary staff.
Difficulty eating (dysphagia) is a common consequence of many medical conditions especially neurological disorders such as: dementia, stroke, learning disability, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis. Dysphagia not only impacts on the quality of peoples’ lives but it can also shorten them.
To understand the legislation that governs infection. COURSE OUTLINE UNDERSTANDING INFECTION CONTROL LEVEL 2 Managing and controlling the risk of infection can be a matter of life or death.
Suitable for staff who wish to work in a senior role with adults in Health and Social Care settings. Apprentices learn how to promote equality and inclusion, person centred approaches and implementing health and safety.
This course will enable students to gain experience and insight into the health and social care sector. There will be guidance to help students acquire a range of skills and personal attributes which will benefit throughout their working life.
This apprenticeship has two routes. Health and social care will involve working in a care home as a day care assistant or community work with the elderly, the other route is health, working in a hospital or doctors practice.
This Basic Observation course has been designed for Healthcare Assistants who are looking to improve their medical skills and knowledge and will enable them to be employed within hospital environments. Why, when and how observations are conducted, the normal range for each observation and how to record as well as action to be taken outside the range are also covered.
This programme has been developed for: Staff who deal with clients, in a health or social care setting. The aim of this programme is: This two-day workshop-based course has been designed to meet criteria outlined in the governments National Dementia Strategy, with proportionate interventions devised by the Institute of Conflict Management.
POSITIVE DEMENTIA CARE LEVEL 2 This Positive Dementia Awareness course is ideal for Individuals who are either currently working or plan to work as employees or volunteers in care of the elderly environments. It is particularly focused to address the needs of people engaged in the nursing of the elderly, those working in a residential care environment or domiciliary staff.
This Apprenticeship aims to provide the skills and knowledge required to become competent in supporting Health Professionals. Learning covers; transporting resources, maintaining records, management of waste, supporting visitors, cleaning surfaces as well as developing personal performance in the workplace.
This course is designed to provide highly specialist work-related qualifications in the health and social care sectors. Students gain the knowledge, understanding and skills that they need to prepare for employment.
This course is for you if you are wishing to start your career in health, social care or the voluntary sector, or if you want to study further qualifications in health and social care. The course covers health and social care practice and knowledge including topics such as understanding diversity, individual needs and anatomy and physiology.
This course is designed for all RGN’s who have not conducted IV Cannulation for a while and are looking to update their theory and skill set. The course provides the chance to practice the skill in a controlled environment.