Care Training CoursesCaring for Care can provide all the care training courses you require to help you meet CQC standards and work towards achieving the Care Certificate.
This asthma training course is vital for any care workers responsible for individuals suffering with asthma. Delegates will learn what can trigger an asthma attack and how to safely manage one if one occurs. Did you know around 12% of the population suffer with asthma? Chances are your staff will be responsible for the wellbeing […]
Aims This bereavement and loss training course is aimed at all care staff and aims to help them understand how to effectively respond to the needs of a dying person. This is a key skill, working with dying people and managing and coping with loss will be difficult. The course will help prepare staff to […]
This care planning training will help supercharge your staffs skill in writing care plans. Ensure they are person centred, organised and effective. A correctly written care plan can have a huge positive impact on the quality of care delivered.
This continence care training aims to provide an understanding of issues surrounding continence care and demonstrates best clinical practice. A vital course for any healthcare workers responsible for individuals with continence complications.
This data protection (GDPR) training course aims to give delegates an understanding of their responsibilities in relation to data protection. The course will cover key parts of the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) so they understand the principles and seriousness of the subject.
This duty of care training course is a mandatory requirement for anyone working with health and social care. This subject forms standard 3 of The Care Certificate.
This end of life care training will help equip delegates working within a palliative care setting with the skills they need to carry out their duties effectively.
This eye drop training will equip your staff with the theoretical and practical skills to safely administer eye drops to patients who require them. The course underpins the importance of the 7 Rs during any administration.
This fire warden training (alson known as fire marshall training) course covers the role of the designated fire warden (fire marshall). You will learn about preventing fires, and about the different types of fire extinguisher and how to use them correctly.
This food hygiene training course will increase delegates knowledge and understanding of their responsibilties when dealing with food within a workplace or clients home. A vital course for any staff members working with food.
The aim of this Huntingtons awareness training course is to enable delegates have a greater understanding of what Huntingtons Disease and how to safely and effectley provider care for patients that suffer with it.
This Medication Management Level 3 training course is aimed senior nurses who’s role includes the ordering and supply of medication, or nurses who are about to take that on this additional responsibility. Delegates need to be trained at Level 2 before they can undertake this course.
Aims This Mental Capacity Act & DoLS training course is aimed at people who have a duty of care towards vulnerable adults. The course will teach delegates what is meant by mental capacity and the five core principles of the Act. The course is suitable for all levels of care staff.
This mental health awareness training course is a mandatory requirement for working within health and social care. The course forms standard 9 of The Care Certificate
This oral care training is aimed at anyone who is responsible for providing personal care to clients. The course highlights the importance of oral health including how plaque causes dental disease, why teeth should be brushed, how to care for dentures and the link between oral health and general health. This course is particularly valuable […]