Clinical TrainingClinical training for registered nurses and advanced carers. Learn new clinical and complex care skills or refresh old ones. Combine any 2 half day courses on the same day for savings of up to 40% vs booking individually.
This ANTT Training or Aseptic Non-Touch Technique Training is for any healthcare professional who is required to perform ANTT in their duties. ANTT is used is a wide range of clinical tasks such as Catheterisation, Wound Care plus many more. A solid understanding of ANTT will prevent infection and stop further complications.
What is CHAP’s Training? This programme is aimed to equip senior staff within your care practice with clinical and management skills, it adheres to many aspects of a registered nursing course. This current national shortage of nurses is likely to last for many year, therefore the CHAPs role is a fantastic initiative in response to […]
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 oral care training is aimed anyone 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 particulaly valuable when caring for […]
This respiratory care training course is a combined day of the below courses: Ventilation Cough Assist Nebulizers Oxygen Therapy Full details can be found futher down the page. This course is designed as an update for care professionals who care for individuals with respiratory care needs.
This sepsis training will increase delegates knowledge of sepsis and infections. The course will teach the causes of sepsis and people most at risk. They will be able to understand the early signs and symptoms of sepsis and have knowledge of the correct treatment required.
This spinal injury training course will teach delegates how to safely look after a patient who has suffered a spinal injury. The course comprises of four separate elements, Spinal Injury Awareness, Autonomic Dysreflexia, Catheter Care & Bowel Care. The course is vital for any staff responsible forthe care of spinal injury patients.
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