8 training courses found
The 3 hour course will ensure that your food handlers meet the training requirements of the Food Hygiene (England) Regulations 2005 and are fully conversant with the practical procedures and methods of applying food hygiene in the workplace.
This whole-day course meets all the outcome measures for the moving & handling component of the Social Care Induction Standards. All delegates are expected to actively participate in the equipment demonstrations to confirm competence and increase empathy with the client group.
This 1/2 day course covers all the skills and knowledge to safely carry out venepuncture. Although there will be opportunities to practice on a model, the candidate will have to undergo supervised practice in a clinical setting to be confirmed as competent.
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.
This 3 hour course is intended to act a refresher course for candidates who have previously attended a full day Moving & Handling - People course within the past 12 months. All delegates are expected to actively participate in the equipment demonstrations to confirm competence and increase empathy with the client group.
This 3 hour course is suitable for people who are designated as an appointed person in the workplace. It will also meet the needs of those supporting a qualified First Aid at Work (FAW) practitioner.
This 3 hour course will help you meet the physical and psychological needs of a person with epilepsy by giving you a greater understanding into the issues and choices people with epilepsy have.
The law demands that the risk of workplace aggression be assessed and a strategy developed to; remove; reduce or ameliorate the risk. This 3 hour course will enable attendees to boost; their self-awareness, interpersonal and physical skills which will then increase their ability to select the right intervention, at the right time, for the right situation.