'Knowledge that is not refreshed is forgotten'
This three-hour course reminds all disciplines of staff about key issues regarding Infection Control, Nutrition & Hydration, Recording Care and Emergency Response.
This four topic combination is the perfect refresher when longer training may not be needed.
4-Topic Refresher 2
Care, nursing and other staff who have had prior training in the four topics under discussion.
To refresh staff knowledge regarding the key issues of Infection Control, Nutrition & Hydration, Recording Care and Emergency Response.
Up to 15 students
Hand washing, gloves and aprons
Surface cleansing and waste disposal
Immunisation and isolation issues
Need to report sharps injuries
Nutrition & Hydration
Possible signs of dehydration
Ensuring an adequate fluid intake
BMI and frequency of weighing
Portion size and presentation
Professionals who can help
Who reads client records
Frequency of updating
Need for detail
Features of well-written records
Calmness and safety
Summoning aid and calling 999
Non-movement of injured casualties
Dealing with severe bleeding
When to perform basic life support
Note - there is no practice of techniques in the above segment
Workbook exercises, group discussion
Students are assessed on their performance in the class and in the
multiple-choice summative test at the end.
The Care Certificate
Care Standards Act
Skills for Care Induction Standards
Diploma in Health & Social Care
National Vocational Qualifications
Knowledge tests (multiple choice)
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Michael Hughes MSc BSc(Hons) RN DipN ENB 998 ENB 978 Cert HPM FRSPH FIHPE PTLLS
Healthcare Training 79 Lodge Lane, North Finchley, London N12 8JG Tel/Fax: 020 3115 1039
This course description is not a contract and content may be subject to change.
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