Tissue Viability Training
This Tissue Viability training is aimed at nurses and advanced carers,
The course aims to develop skills and knowledge on wound management in patients.
The course will ensure delegates have knowledge of wound assessment and an understanding of causes, stages, treatment and risk factors associated with a service user with a wound
Tissue Viability Training Course Summary
• The functions and structure of the skin and how it is made up.
• What is ‘tissue viability’?
• What is a pressure sore?
• Pressure sore grading
• Risk areas for pressure sores.
• What causes pressure sores to develop? (Intrinsic and Extrinsic factors)
• What are the signs to look and feel for?
• Tissue viability assessment tools
• Preventing pressure sores
• Health Care Professionals who can be involved in support
• Treatment and care of a pressure sore
Where Do You Deliver The Training?
We can cover the whole of the UK, we also have our own venues in the Midlands and London. We are also able to deliver theory only sessions virtually using Zoom.
How Do You Deliver The Training?
We will deliver the training at your premises for a group of up to 12 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 working within the health and social care sector.
How Many Can Attend Training?
We will run this course for a maximum of 12 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 clinical tutors, these are either Nurses or Doctors with an abundance of clinical and complex care experience and knowledge – so you’ll be in great hands!
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.
DURATIONThis course lasts approximately 3-6 hours.
CERTIFICATIONDelegates will be issued with certificates of attendance valid for a period of 1 year.