Here at Caring for Care we are committed to improving the quality of health and social care through the delivery of best in class hands on training. All of our classes, where applicable, will contain some element of practical training as well as the supporting theory. We are firm believers that if you have to "do" something as a task you should do it when being trained!
All of our training is delivered by practising health care professionals, who understand the issues faced on a day to day basis and incorporate this into their classes, so you can ensure you are getting the very best quality of training available.
5 training courses found
Skills training for taking venous blood samples from the arm. On successful completion you will be equipped with underlining theory and skills to gain competence under clinical supervision of a practitioner in your own workplace.
This course is designed to increase awareness of PEG feeding/care and to provide the learners with the practical knowledge to deal with this feeding method. Course will cover purpose, conditions, procedures, care and maintenance, effective mouth care and record keeping.
This tracheostomy training session will teach students to be familiar with the reason for Tracheostomy, as well as applied anatomy and physiology, infection control, complications of tracheostomy, fitting, managing and changing a tracheostomy tube, communication and care, and record keeping. **This tracheostomy training session also includes a practical session.
Aims This catering food safety level 1 e-Learning course is aimed at anyone who will come into contact with food in a catering environment. It is a legal obligation that workplaces have their staff correctly trained in this area as set out by Uk and EU laws.
This Care Certificate Assessors Award course is aimed at all staff responsible for observing and assessing new staff in their care organisation. Each student will learn what is required by internal assessors and how they can observe and assess the fundamental Care Certificate standards.