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46 training courses found
Here are four stories about people with a dual diagnosis involving mental illness and drug misuse, including cannabis, heroin, crack cocaine, amphetamines, ecstasy and alcohol. The stories are an excellent training resource and are presented as an online e-learning training course.
This course offers a guarantee that if you follow the activities recommended, you will increase your chances of finding a job. Not just any job, but one that suits you.
NHS Continuing Healthcare (Revised 2013) This e-learning training course has been revised to reflect the new NHS framework and structures created by the Health and Social Act 2012 effective from 1 April 2013. The associated tools; checklist, decision support tool and fast track pathway tool which are designed to assist clinicians and practitioners with the decision making process have also been revised accordingly.
This e-learning course entitled Supporting People with Autism, is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units. It explains what autism spectrum conditions are, the impact they have and how people with autism differ from others in the way they make sense of the world.
This e-learning course, Awareness of Alcohol and Substance Misuse, is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units. It will help learners to identify the signs that service users are using illegal drugs or misusing legal drugs such as alcohol.
This e-learning course, Supporting People with Diabetes Mellitus, is broken down into three easy-to-follow units - an introduction and two study units. It aims to raise awareness about diabetes types one and two, the symptoms, causes and the treatments available The course will help learners to understand the implications of having the condition and therefore enable them to provide the people in their care with the support and guidance they need.
This online e-learning course provides information that will benefit learners with little or no previous knowledge of Nutrition, Diet and Health. Learners will gain a good understanding of the importance of providing meals that fulfil the nutritional requirements of the human body in order for it to maintain health and wellbeing.
This Fundamentals course introduces learners to the basic principles of Self-directed Support, independent living and needs-driven care. Its aims include to define the terms associated with the subject, to describe the types of support services and payment options available and to help learners to explore the process of care planning and delivery.
This e-learning training course is aimed at those who provide care or support to individuals with dementia in a wide range of settings. The course introduces the concepts of equality, diversity and inclusion that are fundamental to person centred care practice.
This e-learning course entitled Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and Mental Health Needs is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units. Using examples and interviews, it will provide learners with a better understanding of why people with learning disabilities may suffer from mental health issues and the signs to look out for.
This e-learning course, Understanding the Role of the Personal Assistant, is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units. Using case studies and examples, it aims to give learners an insight into what a personal assistant’s role is, how the recruitment and employment process works and the funding options available to people with learning disabilities.
This e-learning course, Supporting People with Asperger’s Syndrome, is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units. It defines Asperger’s syndrome, examines how it fits into the autism spectrum and identifies how it affects the way people think and behave.
We hear all too often of cases where people have had to spend the final weeks or days of their lives away from family and friends, being denied the compassion, care and respect that they deserve. This Fundamentals version of the course aims to introduce learners to the basic principles of end of life (or palliative) care and emphasise the importance of providing person-centred support in ways that both protect and promote a person's dignity.
This e-learning course, Forensic Awareness, is broken down into three easy-to-follow units - an introduction and two study units. It is aimed at people who work in secure settings and emphasises to learners the importance of forensic awareness.
This e-learning training course is aimed at people working in a wide range of settings and will enable learners to identify the responsibilities and rights of both employers and employees in the workplace. It also explores how employees' roles fit within the wider sector and emphasises the importance of planning a career pathway.
This e-learning course, Acquired Brain Injury Awareness, has been developed in association with the British Institue of Disabilities (BILD) and Voyage Care. It is broken down into four easy-to-follow units - an introduction and three study units.
This comprehensive e-learning course for managers comprises seven easy-to-follow units - an introduction and six study units. It covers the reasons behind the need for the Common Assessment Framework and the five key outcomes of the Every Child Matters policy.
Obesity is now recognised as the most widespread nutritional disorder affecting human adults living in developed countries around the world. There is an urgent need to solve this problem because of the huge increase in healthcare costs it incurs due to a variety of additional medical conditions and diseases associated with obesity.
Removing an individual's liberty is a serious matter. As a practitioner in health and social care, you need to know what constitutes deprivation of liberty, what to do and who is responsible for making decisions.
This e-learning course is intended to emphasise the importance of processing information effectively, securely and according to set policies and procedures. Learners will explore the different ways in which they process data through the course of their work and identify the reasons why it must be handled and managed correctly.