Control and Administration of Medicines Level 3 Online Training

£25.00 Inc VAT

This online Control and Administration of Medicines online training course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the correct procedures to follow when prescribing and administering medicines, in both a social and domiciliary care environment Delegates will learn how to keep records of each administration, as well as all incoming and outgoing medicines, so as to ensure that the risk of error is minimised.

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Description

This online Control and Administration of Medicines online training course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the correct procedures to follow when prescribing and administering medicines, in both a social and domiciliary care environment Delegates will learn how to keep records of each administration, as well as all incoming and outgoing medicines, so as to ensure that the risk of error is minimised.

Within this course, you’ll also find the “Knowledge Set for Medication” course modules covered as defined by Skills for Care and Development in 2005. Upon successful completion, learners will require to be observed to competently administer a range of medication.

  • Developed by professionals
  • Accredited by The CPD Accreditation Group
  • 100% online, learn at your own time and pace
  • Translates into over 100 different languages
  • Instant certificate downloaded

Who is it for?

This training is suitable to all staff working within Adult Health and Social Care.

When will I get my certificate?

Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.

As this course has been accredited by the CPD Group your certificate will contain the CPD logo and unique reference number.

 

As I have told others… It is the best, most informative training I have ever attended

Key Points

  • Safe medicine handling procedures
  • Prescribing, checking, obtaining and dispensing of medicines
  • Disclosure and patient confidentiality
  • Patient guidance and support
  • Medicine classifications and their properties
  • Administration methods and competence
  • Identifying and reporting reactions to, or between, medicines
  • Consenting to secondary administration
  • Staff and patient risk assessment
  • Administration preparation and accuracy
  • Keeping record of administration, errors and medicine refusal
  • Storing and disposing of medicines safely
  • Relevant legislation and guidance