23 training courses found
For anybody who works with children this course is invaluable. This Paediatric First Aid Cours will provide the individual with a sound knowledge and understanding of all first aid procedures that you could be called upon when working with children and babies.
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 Palliative Care course is best run for either care staff or trained staff but not a mixed group as their needs are very different. This course is best run for either care staff or trained staff but not a mixed group as their needs are very different.
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.
This Medication Administration Training course is for all healthcare professionals that could be called upon to administer or assist with the administration of medicines. It is also a useful refresher course for registered nurses.
This Blood Glucose Monitoring course is aimed at those working with or responsible for testing blood glucose levels and monitoring the wellbeing of people with low (hypoglycaemia) and high (hyperglycaemia) blood glucose levels. On completion of this training course participants will be able to identify the signs of irregular blood glucose levels, test patient’s levels of blood glucose and how to manage it effectively.
This Epilepsy with Buccal Midazolam & Rectal Diazepam Training course is aimed at those working with or responsible for the welfare and well being of individuals with epilepsy. Training will facilitate best practice guidelines and ensure that all attending will have the skills and knowledge to provide a safe, effective environment for people with epilepsy.
This Diabetes & Insulin Awareness course caters for those working with or who are responsible for the welfare and wellbeing of people with diabetes, this includes healthcare professionals not specialising in diabetes. The course aims to teach attendees how to recognise the symptoms of diabetes, any signs of complications, to raise awareness of treatments and to build confidence in staff when supporting and caring for those suffering from diabetes.
Basic Life Support (BLS) training is mandatory for registered nurses and healthcare assistants but is beneficial to all. This course teaches the first link in the chain of survival in adult basic life support.
The Tracheostomy Care course is designed to educate and train healthcare professionals to perform all facets of tracheostomy care safely and competently.
This Defibrillation & Airway Management course is available to all suitably qualified healthcare personnel. This course has been designed to enhance the chance of survival for a person suffering from a cardiac arrest.
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 course is designed for carers and RGN’s who may need to update their skill and knowledge on the topics of pressure area care and tissue viability (prevention and management of wounds) including aspects of skin and soft tissue wounds. The course considers measures to prevent pressure area wound development, the different types of pressure area wounds and best practise when managing wounds.
This half day update session is suitable for experienced health care assistants working alongside a registered nurse mentor within primary care and registered nurses working within health care. Upon completion of this course participants will have a sound understanding of seasonal influenza and vaccinations, the theoretical background of intermuscular injection techniques, the safety issues related to vaccination of the general adult population and the legal aspects of vaccination.
This Emergency First Aid at Work course satisfies the requirements of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE). All successful candidates will have the skills and knowledge to provide emergency first aid to casualties in a prompt, safe and effective manner.
Good catheter care involves good hygiene, observation, monitoring well-being and prevention of issues associated with catheterisation. This Catheter Care Course illustrates these points to maximise the benefits and minimise the problems of catheterisation.
This course has been developed to aid all Healthcare workers and those who work with or come into contact with service users who require colostomy care. It provides for your consideration the reasons for, the process of and how to live with colostomy.
This Appointed Person First Aid Training course is available to anyone regardless of any First Aid experience. The course covers many aspects of first aid to enable you to assist the first aid at work nominated person, it will enable you to conduct emergency life saving first aid.
This Anaphylaxis & EpiPen Training course is suitable for any person who is involved in the administration of drugs and needs to be aware of the diagnosis and treatment of anaphylactic reactions. This awareness course covers anaphylactic reactions in both adults and children, the correct administration of adrenaline (epinephrine), drug incompatibilities, contraindications and enables participants to differentiate between anaphylactic reactions and panic attacks.
This is a course designed for Residential or Domiciliary care professionals, requiring level 1 & 2 medication awareness training as outlined in the CQC / CSSIW guidance. The Healthcare Commission requires all healthcare professionals who may be required to administer medicines to have a sound knowledge of medicines.