• Level 3
  • 12 Hours Duration
  • 3 Year Certificate

Medication Administration Train the Trainer

This medication administration train the trainer course is ideal for those that are looking to start teaching medication handling and administration courses or anyone looking to refresh their own teaching skills and course content.

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This medication administration train the trainer course is ideal for those that are looking to start teaching medication handling and administration courses or anyone looking to refresh their own teaching skills and course content.

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Course Summary

  • Policies. Legislation. CQC
  • Medication. Routes. Formulation. Types. Absorption.
  • MDT. Roles and Responsibilities. Levels of support. Boundaries and agreed ways of working.
  • Order. Receive. Store. Record. Transfer. Dispose.
  • 7 R’s. Sources of info. Practical session including MAR charts.
  • Risk assessments. Person Centred Care. Review. Covert. Consent. Refuse.
  • Errors and action.
  • Infection Control and Technique.

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20/06 - 21/06/2024

09:30

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8

£450.00

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08/08 - 09/08/2024

09:30

Zoom

11

£450.00

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26/09 - 27/09/2024

09:30

Zoom

12

£450.00

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07/11 - 08/11/2024

09:30

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11

£450.00

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FAQs

Medication Administration Training FAQs

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    Do I need to have prior knowledge before attending this course?

    Yes you do. You need to have prior knowledge and competence within the subject. This course is to teach you to deliver your own course on the subject, not to teach you the subject itself.

    Will I have to conduct a microteach?

    Yes you will be required to conduct a minimum 15 minute microteach during the course to the rest of the class.

    Can I purchase the presentations and materials to use in my own courses?

    Yes you can, Just ask a member of staff and they can run you through the whole process!

    Where Do You Deliver Medication Train the trainer?

    We can deliver this Basic Life Support Train the Trainer course at your premises, as long as it's within the UK. We also have our own venues in the Midlands if you don't have access to a training room. Our open courses will be held at specific venues, for a list of available dates/venues please see the full list below.

    How Do You Deliver The Training?

    We will deliver the medication train the trainer at your premises for a group of up to 9 delegates, we also offer open courses for individuals which can be booked below if available.

    Who Is This Training For?

    This training is for anyone who wishes to run their own training courses within this specific subject.

    Who Can I Teach After Attending This Course?

    Please note you can only teach “inhouse” staff. If you wish to train delegates outside of your organisation you will need a Level 3 Award in Education and Training or a teaching qualification.

    How Many delegates can I have on one session?

    We will run this course for a maximum of 8 delegates – however for larger groups we can either provide multiple trainers on the same day or run multiple days to get everyone trained.

    Who Will Conduct The Training?

    One of our expert tutors who have an abundance of training and assessing experience and knowledge – so you’ll be in great hands! Furthermore, we will let you know who is doing the training in advance, you can check out their skills and experience by finding them on our meet the team page.

Medication Administration Train the Trainer

Welcome to the Medication Train the Trainer course! This comprehensive program will equip you with essential knowledge and skills to confidently train others on medication management in the healthcare field. Let’s dive into the key topics we’ll cover:

This medication administration train the trainer course is ideal for those that are looking to start teaching medication handling and administration courses or anyone looking to refresh their own teaching skills and course content. This course will help you gain competence in the healthcare sector on medication

If you are already a qualified medication handling train the trainer please click here to book onto our update course. 

Course Outline: Medication Administration Train the trainer

Policies, Legislation, CQC:

Understand the important rules and regulations that govern medication management, including the role of the Care Quality Commission (CQC) in ensuring safety.

Medication, Routes, Formulation, Types, Absorption:

Explore different types of medicines, how they are administered, their formulations, and how they work in the body.

MDT, Roles and Responsibilities, Levels of Support, Boundaries and Agreed Ways of Working:

Discover the collaborative efforts of healthcare professionals, their specific roles, the support they provide, and the importance of clear boundaries and agreed-upon protocols.

Order, Receive, Store, Record, Transfer, Dispose:

Learn the step-by-step procedures for ordering, receiving, storing, recording, transferring, and disposing of medicines safely and responsibly.

7 R’s, Sources of Information, Practical Session including MAR Charts:

Master the seven essential steps for administering medication, find reliable sources of information, and practice using Medication Administration Record (MAR) charts.

Risk Assessments, Person-Centered Care, Review, Covert, Consent, Refuse:

Gain insights into risk assessment, person-centered care approaches, medication review processes, covert medication considerations, obtaining consent, and respecting an individual’s right to refuse.

Errors and Action:

Understand the causes of medication errors, how to respond to them, and the importance of reporting incidents and taking appropriate actions.

Infection Control and Technique:

Discover effective infection control measures, such as proper hand hygiene and techniques to prevent contamination, ensuring medication safety.

Attending the Medication Train the Trainer Course is an excellent way to learn about how to manage medication in a safe and effective way. You will learn about policies and laws, different types of medication and how they work, as well as how to properly order, store, record, transfer, and dispose of medication. The course also covers infection control and techniques to prevent infections from spreading.

I found the training very informative. Robert the trainer delivered the training really well and in a way that made it easy to understand.

Medication Administration Train-the-Trainer Course Outline

This course is run over 2 days, during this you will learn how to teach and assess the following key areas:

  • Policies. Legislation. CQC
  • Medication. Routes. Formulation. Types. Absorption.
  • MDT. Roles and Responsibilities. Levels of support. Boundaries and agreed ways of working.
  • Order. Receive. Store. Record. Transfer. Dispose.
  • 7 R’s. Sources of info. Practical session including MAR charts.
  • Risk assessments. Person Centred Care. Review. Covert. Consent. Refuse.
  • Errors and action.
  • Infection Control and Technique.

NOTE: Delegates MUST have prior knowledge of medication before attending this course.

Learning Outcomes

Let’s explore the learning outcomes on medication train-the-trainer and discover how this course can benefit you.

  • Understand the importance of following policies, laws, and regulations related to medication management.
  • Learn about different types of medication, how they are administered, and how they work in the body.
  • Gain knowledge about the roles and responsibilities of healthcare professionals in medication management and the importance of teamwork.
  • Learn the proper procedures for ordering, receiving, storing, recording, transferring, and disposing of medication.
  • Familiarize yourself with the “7 R’s” of medication administration and how to ensure the accuracy and safety of medication use.
  • Understand the significance of conducting risk assessments and providing person-centred care.
  • Learn how to review medication usage, handle errors, and respond to refusals with respect and professionalism.
  • Gain knowledge about infection control measures and techniques to prevent the spread of infections.

By achieving these learning outcomes on the train the trainer course, you will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to handle medication effectively and safely in a healthcare setting.