This video course is to assist you in providing support. In order for you to give support to people with mental health conditions, dementia or learning disabilities you‘ll need to know more about these conditions and how they may affect each individual.
Most of us will be affected either directly or indirectly by cancer at some point in our lives. This video explains the many different types of cancer, their causes, progression and various treatment options and will provide you/your staff team with a good understanding of the many forms of cancer.
Caring for and supporting people approaching the end of their life is considered the most challenging work any health and social care worker faces. It can also be the most rewarding – if they have the right knowledge, skills and attitude to provide the care and support they need.
Communication is essential to build relationships with people and is one of the values that underpin high quality care. As a care worker, you need to be able to communicate with the people you are supporting to encourage them to express their needs and preferences. This Video explores the various methods of communication.
With the projected huge increase in the next 20 years of the number of people who have diabetes, it is more important than ever that those in a supporting role have a good understanding of this condition. This video covers causes, effects, medication and management of diabetes.
Dignity is at the heart of person-centred care. It means treating individuals in such a way as to give them maximum control over their own lives. Care workers should support people with the respect they would want for their own family.
In this video Duty of Care course you will learn how you have a duty of care towards the people you support, the e-learning course will explain what having a ‘duty of care’ entails and how to meet the standards of fulfilling your duty.
This video explains the importance of ensuring that all individuals and groups are treated fairly, irrespective of certain characteristics such as race or age and how we must all aim to recognise, respect and value people’s differences.
Accidents can happen anywhere and at any time and first aid is the emergency care given to a casualty before professional help arrives. This video will assist in the application of effective First Aid and includes the use of modern equipment such as an ‘Automated External Defibrillator’ (AED)
Fire can be extremely dangerous wherever and whenever it occurs. We all need to understand how fire breaks out and know how to take steps to minimise the risk of this happening.
Good nutrition is critical to overall health and well-being and this is something within health and social care we need to be very aware of. This title will help you cover the outcomes for the Care Certificate (Standard 8).
This video course describes the agreed ways of working and legislation regarding the recording, storing and sharing of information in health & social care environments.
This Health and Safety video will give you the knowledge and skills needed to work safety without damaging you or anyone around you.
Good infection prevention and control is vital so that everyone using and working in care services receive care that is safe and effective. Infection prevention and control should be part of daily practice and everyone has a responsibility in this area.
This video covers some recently produced evidence based guidelines published by the Department of Health and topics such as, Regulations, Policies, Informed decisions, Mental Capacity Act and much, much more.
This video is a concise and ‘friendly’ introduction to the ‘Mental Capacity Act’ summarising the key principles and how these should be put into practice.
Our latest title ‘Moving and Positioning People’ is available now. This video covers all the fundamental aspects of Moving and Handling/Moving and Positioning making it an essential tool for your staff team.
The Person-centred care course enables participants to understand the importance of seeing people as unique individuals who require unique interventions designed to meet their needs.
Good care practice must be person-centred and this includes risk assessment and management. Everyone is entitled to make choices, and be as independent as possible regardless of age, disability or condition. Risk enablement is taking a positive approach rather than a negative one. The assessment begins with ‘what can be done’ rather than ‘what can’t […]
Our Safeguarding Adults DVD includes the recent additions to Safeguarding terms, such as ‘modern slavery’, ‘domestic violence’ and ‘psychological abuse’. This title will help you cover the outcomes for the Care Certificate (standard 10).
The Safeguarding Children video course will deliver key knowledge delivers key to healthcare worker. This video course is ideal for all staff throughout the health and social care sector, in particular new starters and existing employees as a refresher.
THIS IS AN EXCLUSIVE COURSE Improve communication and care for people with dementia across the patient journey, from pre-diagnosis through to care at home, emergency care, hospital admission, care home admission and end of life care. The course incorporates six video dramatisations across different settings. Learners can follow Maggie and Mick as Maggie receives a […]
This video Personal Development course will deliver key knowledge to healthcare workers. This course will help you improve the quality of healthcare, care and support through continuing professional development.