The 4-Day Induction is a package that will give new care workers the skills and confidence to fulfil their roles. Training will combine both theory and practice, knowledge of legislation and opportunities to use the ideas and experiences of others attending the course.
Delegates come away with crucial knowledge on the importance of good moving and handling, and consequences of poor practice. All learners are advised to look at and be familiar with their company/employers policies and procedures.
Delegates will come away with fresh memories of crucial knowledge on the importance of good moving and handling, and consequences of poor practice. All learners are advised to look at and be familiar with their company/employers policies and procedures.
What makes an individual a vulnerable adult? Delegates will learn legislation that relates to safeguarding, the different types of abuse and how to recognise the signs of abuse. Delegates will also learn about responding to and recording a disclosure and how/where to raise a concern. Delegates will also have the opportunity to look at their own attitudes and values, what impacts on our values and how this could affect our decision making.
This course offers the opportunity to learn about the various types of dementia, and how dementia manifests and develops within individuals. Delegates will study how we can support individuals with dementia and create person-centred care plans.
This course will provide an overview of the common mental health conditions, learn about causes, symptoms, medications and treatments. Delegates will understand the legislation relating to mental health and how people are sectioned and detained.
This course explores why individuals use/misuse legal and illicit substances and how to identify the signs of substance abuse. It provides delegates with tools for early intervention and how to make referrals to agencies for further support. By the end of the course, delegates will be able to confidently identify a variety of illicit drugs, their effects on people and the associated risks.
End of life care should help you to live as well as possible until you die and to die with dignity. The people providing your care should ask you about your wishes and preferences, and take these into account as they work with you to plan your care. They should also support your family, carers or other people who are important to you.
This course teaches delegates about epilepsy and how to manage seizures safely. Delegates will learn what epilepsy is and how it affects the brain. They will come away from this course with an advanced understanding of the various ways to manage epilepsy through medication, lifestyle changes and triggers.
This course covers what equality and diversity is and how to translate it in a day to day practice within their role. Delegates look at their own values in relation to equality and diversity and what impacts them. By the end, delegates can adapt their practice, and have risk assessing and care planning experience to promote equality.
This course covers important legislation relating to infections and it gives delegates practical advice to use within their roles and the skills to minimise the risk of infection. Delegates also learn about the role of hazardous materials in the spreading of infections and by the end of the course, can safely use, store and dispose of it.
This course looks at why individuals exhibit challenging behaviour and how they may be exhibited. They will learn through individual learning, group work, videos and case studies, whereby they can apply their knowledge and learning.
This course covers important legislation relating to infections and it gives delegates practical advice to use within their roles and the skills to minimise the risk of infection.
This course provides delegates with a good understanding of multiple conditions and disabilities their service users may have. During this course delegates learn what the conditions are, statistics about these conditions, the risk factor of developing diseases and risk of having the disease.
An interactive 3 hour workshop on nutrition and hydration in the elderly
Delegates will develop an understanding of what mental capacity is, the legislation, framework and principles relating to it, how it is assessed and signs of an individual who may be lacking mental capacity.
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