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This cannulation training course is aimed at nurses, health care assistants and other health care professionals wishing to undertake this skill within their clinical duties.
Aims This catheterisation training course is aimed at nurses who’s job role includes catheterisation of male, female and suprapubic patients. This training is used to familiarise delegates with the differences between male and female catheterisation, the reasons for catheterisation and to become accustomed to handling, inserting and changing catheters. This catheterisation training includes a practical session on a manikin for male, […]
Aims Our ear irrigation training course covers the safe use of ear irrigation equipment and many other aspects of general ear care, giving healthcare workers and registered nurses all the skills and knowledge required to support patient and service-users’ ear health.
This epilepsy medication training course is aimed at staff responsible for the care of individuals with epilepsy and in particular the handling of the associated medication.
Aims This PEG feeding course aims to familiarise students with the reason and methods of PEG Feeding (Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy). A vital course for any staff who come into contact regularly with service users who utilise a PEG. Our PEG feeding course will raise awareness and familiarise staff with the various types of PEG feeding […]
Aims This phlebotomy venepuncture training course aimed at all healthcare staff. Registered nurses, carers and support workers who’s role include taking bloods. It is also ideal if staff are looking to improvide their skills in venepuncture. The Venepuncture Training will aim to improve the students’ knowledge of the theory surrounding venepunture including: the correct order of draw, the […]
Aims This tracheostomy care training course aims to familiarise students with the reasons for tracheostomy and the care and management of a tracheostomy. The course aims to ensure staff have sufficient knowledge to work with an individual with a tracheostomy safely and effectively. A vital course for any staff who come into contact with service […]
This wound care training course is aimed at nurses and advanced care staff responsible for those who are susceptible to pressue sores and skin deterioration. The course will look at the importance of correctly assessing wounds, the various phases of wound healing and how we as carers and nurses can assist in the process.