A1 Social Care Training are a leading provider of Health & Social Care training and courses in Hertfordshire. We are approved training Providers for both Care Associations in Hertfordshire and also trusted by different Government departments to support with training delivery.
Our customers include large care providers with national presence and also small providers who only have one location. We understand different types of Care Services will have different needs and we will always work with you to achieve your desired outcomes.
We are experts at delivering mandatory training such as the Care Certificate, moving and handling, safeguarding, medication administration, first aid and many other short health courses.
Our courses are tailored made to suit the needs of service providers. We are able to deliver health care courses to both your Carer Assistants all the way to your management team.
We have a suite of Health & Social Care Leadership workshops and a variety of train the trainer courses in different topics such as Moving & Handling Train the Trainer.
Our mission is to support providers to improve and raise standards in Health & Social Care for both their Service Users and team members.
12 training courses found
The Introduction of the Care Certificate by Skills for Care has changed the expectation of how Health & Social Care training should be delivered. There are now 12 Standards (stated below) which has meant many care providers and trainers will need a new approach to ensure their care trainers are complaint with these new Care Certificare Standards.
Our food hygiene course (linked to the care certificate standard 8) enables health and social care trainers (and care managers) to train care assitants in food hygiene training.
Our Moving & Postioning (Manual Handling training, Moving & Handling training) Train the trainer course has been designed to upskill Health Care training proffesionals to deliver moving and handling training to Care Assistants and Care Workers. Our 5 day face to face Moving and Handling Train the Trainer course has been designed by Health Care proffesionals in line with current legislation including Health & Safety etc Act 1974, Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 (as amended) (MHOR), Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER) & manual handling best practice.
This Basic Life Support training (First Aid Training) provides an awareness and understanding of basic first aid and CPR as well as roles and responsibilities in the event of emergency situations.
Duty of Candour Workshop is based around Regulation 21 of the Health and Socail Care Act 2008. This workshop is ideal for registered care managers & directors.
We provide First Aid training for Health & Social Care proffesionals (Carer Assistants) so that you can can ensure your Care Assistant have achieved Standard 12 (Basic life Support) of the Care Certificate. This training course provides an awareness and understanding of basic first-aid as well as roles and responsibilities in the event of emergency situations.
Our Health and Safety Courses (linked to Standard 13 of the care certificate) are designed for health care trainers (and care managers) to support them deliver Health and Safety Training to care assistants. This Train The Trainer pack covers the theoretical side of Moving and Positioning (Manual Handling training) we do offer moving and handling Train The Trainer courses sperately.
Who is this qualification for? This qualification is aimed at individuals who are working in adult social care in England. It forms the competency component of the Intermediate Apprenticeship for Health and Social Care: adult social care general pathway or can also be delivered on a stand-alone basis.
Who is this qualification for? This qualification is aimed at individuals who are working in a role within adult social care. It forms the forms the competency component of the Advanced Apprenticeship for Health and Social Care or can be delivered on a stand-alone basis.
This training course provides an awareness and understanding of Moving & Positioning (Manual Handling) as well as roles and responsibilities of those
Our Safeguarding courses enable those delivering safeguarding training and safeguarding children training to deliver this at a high level and be aware of local and national safeguarding policy.
Our Moving and handling train the trainer course enables those who have under taken the course to deliver moving and positoning training in the health and social care settings. The course runs for four days with a fifth day set at a later date by the candidate(s) Day 1 Identify relevant legislation – Health and Safety At Work Etc Act 1974 (HASWA), Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER), Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 (PUWER), Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) and Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 (MHOR) Moving & Positioning injuries & statistics The anatomy & function of the spine Demonstrate how to avoid back injuries Describe correct techniques (Biomechanics) Identify the capabilities of a Trainer How to move those with impaired mobility How to move inanimate objects Explain the criteria by which appropriate handling techniques and equipment are selected and reviewed Unpredictable occurrences and Problem Solving Demonstrate your ability to move and handle people & loads in a safe and correct manner appropriate to their environment Day 2 – Teaching elements Explain the importance of and need for “house rules” Know when and where to use Icebreakers Lesson planning Recognise different teaching methods and how to employ them Understand different learning styles To understand & how people retain information Use Presentation skills to aid the course delivery What if? Understand the benefits of Evaluation Understand the benefits of Feedback Capabilities of you the Trainer Additional support for Moving & Positioning Trainers Do’s and don’ts of presenting Selection of micro teach subject Day 3 Policies & Procedures / Self-directed learning Reflection of companies in house policy and procedure concerning Moving & Positioning & how these could be incorporated into training Reflection of companies in house policy and procedure concerning training Course candidates are then invited to complete self-directed learning for their micro teach assessment on day 4.