Staff, care workers and senior care workers in health and social care sector.
To enable the course member to have a good understanding of medication, the safe administration of medication and record keeping.
Explain the importance of maintaining the service user’s privacy, dignity, independence and choice
The importance of gaining consent from service users at all times
Legislation relating to medication in the care sector
Introduction to medication, storage and dispensing, documentation
Knowing boundaries when assisting with medication
Types of medication available and the possible routes these might be given
Safe administration of medication in a care environment, accountability
As part of the CQC requirements, Health and Social Care personal are required to Mandatory and Statutory Training. The CQC regulations are not clear as to what Mandatory refresher training is required and that is why Taylors Academy have aligned their Mandatory Training Courses to the Skills for Health UK Core Skills Training Framework.More Information
With the catheter care training course the aims are to familiarise learners with the methods and reason of catheterisation, covering both male and female anatomy. This is a vital course for any staff who come into contact with service users who utilise a catheter. Our catheter care training will ensure staff have sufficient knowledge to work safely around the service users and raise awareness.More Information
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Taylors Academy have developed a unique programme covering over 15 units reducing the stress and workload to care providers.More Information
The Liberty Protection Safeguards have now been agreed by both the House's of Parliament and the House of Lords, and whilst it is anticipated they will become law next year, the responsibilities that will be placed upon Registered Managers are significant. Whilst the Code of Practice around LPS is still to be written, what is clear is that Registered Managers are going to need to have a sound understanding of the Mental Capacity Act.More Information