Julie Cartwright, Director of Interactive Healthcare Training
Julie trained as an Occupational Therapist and worked in the Health Service for a number of years.
She then set up a recruitment agency for Allied Health Professionals, where she gained the knowledge and awareness of the compliance process.
In 2009 she identified a need for an independent, high-quality, user-friendly training, and set up an online training company.
Julie’s extensive experience and background in the health and social care sector have given her the scope and understanding to develop courses that are specifically tailored to this industry.
Julie and her staff at Interactive Healthcare Training listen closely to the needs of their clients and respond to the industry requirements.
The company takes pride in providing high-quality, informative, user-friendly online training with an emphasis on excellent customer support.
42 training courses found
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Defibrillation and Anaphylaxis - Module 1 (CPR) This course is aimed at Healthcare Professionals (although it can be studied by others who share an interest in the modules) After completing this short module, you should have the theoretical knowledge to be able to: • Perform cardiopulmonary to the Resuscitation Council (UK) 2010 guidelines • Safely use an automated external defibrillator • Recognise and treat anaphylaxis This knowledge will be assessed through a multiple-choice question paper (self-assessment), and it is recommended that this theoretical knowledge is followed by optional, practical training. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Defibrillation and Anaphylaxis - Module 2 (Defibrillation) Module objectives: After completing this short module you should be able to use an automated external defibrillator in a safe and secure way.
Medication Awareness and Record Keeping For Care Workers - SECTION 1 • Introduction • Aims and Objectives SECTION 1 • The Importance of Medication Awareness for a Care Worker. • Legislation Governing Medication in the UK.
Restraint is a specialist course covering terminology, legal requirements and techniques used to prevent and de-escalate aggressive behaviour. The aim of this course is to enable the readers to familiarise themselves with relevant terminology, the Public Health Model in both theory and practical application so that they can respond calmly and professionally to any violent or aggressive incidents.
Safeguarding Children & Young Adults - Level 2 (POCA 2) WHAT WILL THIS COURSE PROVIDE? Risks posed to children through the act of abuse and neglect has been increasingly exposed by the press and by government sources. High profile cases have prompted a response to both a perceived and real threat that seeks guidance from key legislation.
Medication Awareness for Nurses Working in Mental Health: Module 1 (The Basics) Medication Awareness - Mental Health A specialist course covering types of medications used to treat Mental Health problems, their storage, administration, side effects and contraindication in different groups of people. The course aims in particular to familiarise its readers with the use and side effects of antidepressant, antipsychotic, anxiolytic and hypnotic medications.
Information Governance, Data Protection, Handling Patient Information, Record Keeping and Caldicott Protocols Please be aware that this course is included in Online 1-9. In this module we examine the 'Information Governance, Data Protection and Caldicott Protocols' and confidentiality, focusing on issues that are relevant to Health and Social Care Professionals.
Safeguarding Children & Young People (POCA), Level 3 - Module 1 Safeguarding Children & Young People (POCA), Level 3 - Module 2 Safeguarding Children & Young People (POCA), Level 3 - Module 3 Safeguarding Children & Young People (POCA), Level 3 - Module 4 Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (SOVA)- Level 3 This course is intended for health and social care professionals; designated referrers; investigators; managers of staff who may refer; those who chair investigations; those who are responsible for operational management of safeguarding issues or strategic management across services. It draws upon good practice guidance, in particular, the Sussex Multi-Agency Policy and Procedure for Safeguarding Adults at Risk.
Dementia Awareness - Module 1 (Understanding Dementia) • What is dementia • Common types of dementia and possible symptoms • Functions of the brain • Memories and emotions • Benefits of early diagnosis The module is followed by a short test Dementia Awareness - Module 2 (A Person Centred Approach) This module focuses on a Person Centred Approach. The main areas covered in this module: • The experience of living with dementia • What does ‘Person Centred Care’ mean? • Maintaining Wellbeing • The impact of others Dementia Awareness - Module 3 (Adapting communication to make connection) This module focuses on the following areas: • Difficult behaviour - a form of communication • Validating how a person with dementia might be feeling • Life History • Reminiscence • Top Tips for supporting a person with dementia to enable communication Dementia Awareness - Module 4 (Encouraging Independence and promoting active lifestyle) The following areas will be discussed in this module: • Dementia as a disability • Think about the environment • Maximising skills and abilities • Activity as part of everyday living • Assistive Technology The module is followed by a short test.
This module covers the second of fifteen standards in the Care Certificate. It concerns Your Personal Development, and will provide information on agreeing a personal development plan, and developing your skills, knowledge and understanding.
Please be aware that this course is included in Online 1-9. Infection Control and Standard Precautions, HAI (MRSA & Clostridium Difficile) training is mandatory for all Health & Social Care professionals working in direct contact with people who need care, treatment or support and who have the potential to spread infection.
The goal and outcome of this module is to address ways of handling violence and aggression, paying particular attention to those issues relevant to Health and Social Care Professionals. We will cover the strategies that you may choose to adopt in order to avoid and if necessary handle, violence and aggression within the workplace.
Safeguarding Children & Young Adults For Ancillary Workers/Domestic Staff, Level 1 (POCA 1) This course aims to provide you with some of the basic knowledge and skills necessary to understand key issues related to ‘safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people’. This involves understanding key safeguarding definitions and types of abuse, basic legislation, professional responsibilities towards children; knowing how to react and prevent child abuse; handle information about a child and their guardian; working with other professionals and record keeping.
In this module we explore COSHH and what implications it has that are relevant to Health and Social Care Professionals. The content within this module includes: • Introduction to COSHH.
Health and social care professionals working within the delivery of any service are required to maintain professional standards and competencies with regard to their professional registration. This course is intended for health and social care professionals; it is relevant to all health and social care professionals, including ancillary and administrative staff; those who are responsible for operational management or strategic management across services.
This module covers the third of fifteen standards of the Care Certificate. It concerns your Duty of Care, and will provide knowledge on how this contributes to safe practice, optional support, dealing with complaints and comments, dealing with incidents errors and near misses, and dealing with confrontation and difficult subjects.
This module covers the fifth of fifteen standards of the Care Certificate. It concerns Working in a Person Centred Way, and will provide knowledge on how understanding person centred values, working in a person centred way, a patient's environment, making others aware if their actions are causing discomfort or distress, supporting individuals to minimise pain or discomfort and supporting the individual to maintain their identity and self esteem.
Basic Life Support - Section 1 (Primary Survey) Key Learning Objectives Who is the course for? This course is aimed at healthcare professionals and others who share an interest in the modules or are required to know the basic principles of basic life support. Objectives After completing this course, the healthcare professional should have the theoretical knowledge to be able to: • Carry out a primary survey in an emergency situation • Place a casualty in the recovery position • Treat a casualty who is vomiting or choking • Perform cardiopulmonary to the Resuscitation Council (UK) 2010 guidelines • Recognise the difference between a heart attack and angina This knowledge will be assessed through a multiple-choice question paper (self-assessment), and it is recommended that this theoretical knowledge is followed by optional, practical training.
Please be aware that this course is included in Online 1-9. Fire Safety.
This module explores the personal safety issues of Health and Social Care Professionals with Lone Worker status. You will investigate the strategies that you may choose to adopt in relation to personal safety both by yourself and with the help of your employer.
Medication Awareness & Dosage Calculation: An Introductory Package for Nurses- Section 1 SECTION 1 The Nurse's Role in Medication Management Legislation Governing Medication in the UK Classification of Medication Understanding Doses Prescribing Routes of Administration Orders of Medication Medication Administration Checks End of Section Quiz Medication Awareness and Dosage Calculation- Section 2 SECTION 2 A Note on Numeracy Understanding Decimals, The Metric system and S.I.