Price List (2018)
Please note: some of the trainings can be merged therefore duration and fee would be negotiable. All trainings listed are available for individual booking for £70 per day. Non practical trainings can be merged. As for trainings that include practical and theory can not be merged as they are full day trainings
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+ What is Autism?
+ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’s (ADHD), Anxiety and Depression in relation to Autism.
+ How does it affect an individual?
+ Cure or treatment?
+ Communication Therapy.
+ Behaviour Therapy
+ Definitions of challenging behaviour
+ Continuum of aggression
+ The cause of challenging behaviour
+ The triggers and build-up of anxiety
+ How to manage challenging behaviour and positive behaviour management
+ Communication skills covering both verbal and non-verbal
+ Planning, help and support systems
+ How to resolve conflict and de-escalate situations
+ What is a substance hazardous to health and where do they exist?
+ Common hazardous substances, ill-health, Health and Safety Executive statistics and benefits of COSHH.
+ The Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations 2002,
+ Enforcement of the law, employer and employee responsibilities.
+ Common health hazards,
+ The occupations most at risk, routes of entry, dermatitis, asthma,
+ What to do if you develop symptoms and RIDDOR.
+ Identifying Hazardous Substances
+ COSHH Risk Assessment and Control Measures
+ What is Dementia?
+ Types of Dementia.
+ Signs and symptoms.
+ Problems associated and management of Dementia.
+ How Alzheimer’s and Downs ‘Syndrome link.
+ What is Person Centred Care?
+ Importance of Person Centred Care
+ What is meant by having someone’s best interests at heart and doing what you can to maintain or improve their well-being
+ What is depression?
+ Types of depression.
+ Signs and symptoms of Depression.
+ What is Self-Harming?
+ Signs of Self-Harming.
+ What form of help can an individual seek?
+ Importance of Support groups.
+ Rehabilitation centres
+ What is End of Life Care?
+ Who provides this form of care?
+ Importance communication
+ Differences of End of Life Care and Palliative Care
+ What is awareness?
+ Responsibility of First Aider
+ How to report an incident (flow chart)
+ Emergency call steps.
+ Know where the documents (drug chart, care plan, DNACPR form if applicable).
+ How to inform the Next Of Kin.
+ Importance of a timeline.
+ Importance of record keeping.
+ What is choking?
+ The Law relating to First Aid
+ Unconsciousness (including seizure)
+ Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
+ Choking, shock, wounds and bleeding
+ Minor injuries
+ Bone, spinal and muscle/joint injuries
+ What is Food Hygiene?
+ Food preparation protocols.
+ Who needs Food Hygiene and why is it important?
+ Infection control and hand-washing.
+ Importance of temperature maintenance and record keeping.
+ How food becomes contaminated.
+ Hazards Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP).
+ What is a hazard?
+ What is a risk assessment?
+ Why do we carry out risk assessments?
+ Training and competence in the workplace.
+ How can health and safety information be communicated?
+ Risk control hierarchy.
+ Types of emergencies which could occur in the workplace.
+ Responsibilities for employee and employer
+ Understand standard infection control precautions.
+ Know the importance of correct hand hygiene technique.
+ What MRSA, Clostridium difficile, Norovirus are and understand their impact in healthcare.
+ Know what precautions are necessary to prevent and control Health Care Associated Infections (HCAI).
+ Foundational understanding of Mental Capacity.
+ Outline the five guiding principles underpinning the MCA.
+ Explore how to asses and assist people to make their own decisions including making best interest decisions arising from day to day care.
+ An overview of the importance of other aspects of MCA.
+ What is DoLS?
+ Who needs DoLS?
+ Why is it important?
+ Why do we give medication?
+ Brief introduction to:
+ The Medicines Act
+ The Misuse of drugs Act
+ The Access to Health Records Act.
+ The 8 rights (drug, client, dose, time, route, reason, document and response) to medication administration.
+ Importance of data protection and record keeping.
+ Types of drug errors.
+ Medication routes and class.
+ The need to apply safe move and handling practices in line with current legislation.
+ Muscular – skeletal awareness, structure of the spine and the importance of correct posture when moving and handling.
+ The need to assess risk before carrying out moving and handling tasks.
+ How to move and handle people and objects safely.
+ Effective communication.
+ The legal definitions and limitations of Manual Handling Regulations
+ The responsibilities of employers and employees with regards to Manual Handling
+ How to assess and reduce risks associated with Manual Handling
+ How to apply best practice in Manual Handling
+ How to keep yourself safe when handling loads and objects
+ Moving and handling equipment
+ Safe use of hoist
+ Safe use of slide sheet
+ Food Standards Agency
+ Importance of record keeping (food chart)
+ Food Hygiene & cooking methods
+ Eating regularly & times
+ The cost of poor diet
+ Hydration chart
+ Attitudes to foods & religions
+ Importance of hand hygiene
+ What is Palliative care?
+ What is a syringe driver?
+ The primary aim of care when caring for an individual under at the end of their life.
+ Trigger signs of declining patient.
+ the legal and professional context related to death verification and certification.
+ Differentiate between an expected and an unexpected death, and any particular policies or procedures related to these.
+ Help and support available for staff.
+ What is Bereavement.
+ Importance of legible writing.
+ Importance of documentation.
+ Why do we keep records and how long are they kept for?
+ An outline of Data protection Act 1998.
+ Who is responsible for documentation and record keeping?
+ What should be documented?
+ Problems encountered with hand written documents.
+ Brief discussion on how DoLS, MCA and SOVA relates.
+ What is abuse?
+ How can someone be abused?
+ F.A.I.R flowchart.
+ DoLS application to unsupervised and supervised leave.
+ Stages of whistle blowing.
+ Importance of thinking before acting or reacting.
+ The swallowing process
+ What causes swallowing problems?
+ Issues when administering medication and alternative routes.
+ Alternative routes to enable an individual to consume food: nasogastric tube and peg feed.
+ Use of thickeners
+ Who is S.A.L.T?
+ Importance of oral care
+ Blood composition
+ Why do we take blood?
+ How to take blood
+ Different ways to take blood
+ Health and safety
+ Anatomy and physiology
+ Labelling samples
+ Importance of PPE
+ Practical session
+ Differences between supra-pubic & urethral catheters
+ Advantages/disadvantages of urinary catheters
+ Reasons for catheterisation
+ Male/female anatomy
+ Aseptic technique
+ Male urethral catheterisation procedure
+ Female urethral catheterisation procedure
+ Supra-pubic catheterisation procedure
+ Post procedure catheter positioning
+ Post procedure check list
+ Importance of record keeping
+ Applied anatomy and physiology
+ Infection control and prevention
+ What is a stoma?
+ Complications of a stoma
+ Fitting, emptying and removing
+ Privacy, dignity & respect
+ Practical session
+ Importance of record keeping