We provide a wide range of mandatory training courses to the Health and Social Care Sector.
You can be sure of a highly experienced trainer and all courses come with handouts, a competence assessment of candidate input during the training session and a certificate of attendance.
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This informative and interactive course provides all staff regardless of the role or service setting with the essential information and practical knowledge of dealing with common but life threatening conditions. Following the Resuscitation Council current guidelines for CPR, this course will have all participants leaving more confident in dealing with first aid emergencies.
Assessing the emergency scene
Common causes of unconsciousness
Wounds and Bleeding
Equality and diversity is important for staff and service users. this course will explore the ways in
which we could be treating people unfairly and not providing choice. We will look at people's values,
choices, wishes and rights, exploring ways in which these are taken from people in the simplest of
ways. These can be analysed still further, for example disability could cover common issues such as hearing impairments or speech impediments to more significant disabilities and physical or mental impairments
By law all food handlers must undertake food hygiene training.
This course is designed for anyone who in the course of their work may come into contact with
areas where food is prepared, cooked and handled. This may be in the preparation of food, serving of food or assisting a person with eating.
This course is aimed at those employees who are new or existing in their role and is particularly focused on care staff or those working in similar settings.
Social care is a large and complex sector. Social care workers enable people – particularly those who require some extra practical and physical help – to live their lives as comfortably and independently as possible. It is important that risks to those being cared for, and to their care workers, are sensibly and proportionately managed in ways that respect their rights, freedoms and dignity.
This theory course will benefit those who are entering the workplace for the first time, either as part of a work
experience programme or at the start of employment by providing an awareness of key Health & safety issues and
the part that they should play in keeping themselves and others free from harm at work.
This is a theory course that aims to provide the delegate with the knowledge and skills required to control and
prevent the transmission of infection and contamination in a care environment and designed for anyone who works
within a healthcare setting. it also helps to protect them from unknowingly spreading infections to other people. Whilst infection control training this is absolutely vital for staff safety and customer/patient safety, it is also extremely important to help safeguard the reputation of your business.
A course designed to minimise the risk of injury to individuals and others by increasing awareness of potential manual handling hazards in the workplace. and is designed for anyone who in the course of their work could be called upon to move a load from one area to another using bodily force. It will provide the learner with the knowledge and skills required to carry out moving and handling of a load including moving and assisting person's and will be able to apply the principles in practice within their workplace.
This course covers the principles and legal implications of risk assessment and how to contribute towards the effective control and management of risk through undertaking risk assessment. and is designed to raise awareness of individuals as to the need for risk
assessments in the work place. the course requires candidate participation and everyone who attends
will have to demonstrate that they can complete a number of risk assessments in their work place.
Vulnerable adults exist in all areas of society and it’s important that we, as professionals, understand what we can do to promote their welfare and safeguard them from potential harm. This Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults course aims to help increase your knowledge of the subject so that you feel confident in recognising abuse, reporting your concerns and promoting a good quality of life for all the vulnerable adults you work. This is a theory course and is designed for all care staff that work in the Health and social Care sector including residential, respite and domiciliary. It will be invaluable for carers, supervisors, trainers and managers working with older people, vulnerable adults and service users