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We are run by a team who between them have more than 40 years of experience in providing training within Health, Social Care and Public Education. We understand the pressures and costs of compliance with Care Legislation and running an effective training programme.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguarding Training

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    The course will focus on using real and fabricated scenarios to engage attendees in examining how this legislation will be relevant to the daily situations they are faced with in the workplace

  • PEG Feeding

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    This course focuses on the anatomy and physiology of the digestive system and safe and competent practice in PEG feeding. It will have practical sessions where you can practice the techniques required for setting up a PEG feed; introducing a bolus into the PEG feed system and dressing techniques for PEG sites. Participants will understand and the rationale for the use of PEG feeding and will be able to recognise potential complications such as aspiration.

  • Asepsis and Catheterisation

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    The course will focus on minimising infection through use of correct aseptic or non-touch aseptic techniques and safe handwashing techniques building upon sound knowledge of infection control. The course looks at the anatomy and physiology of the urinary system; the rationale for catheterisation as well as the equipment and techniques required to carry out a female catheterisation. This will include practice of the aseptic dressing technique and practice catheterisation sessions using a medical model as well as common wound dressings and their rationale. Attendees will also be able to identify equipment required for catheterisation; MSU; CSU and urinalysis and be able to carry out urinalysis using the dip stick method.

  • Venepuncture and Blood

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    This course will focus on the anatomy of the venous; arterial and nervous systems as well as Phlebotomy (venepuncture). It includes background theory of the systems and equipment used to take blood including non-touch aseptic technique and infection control and practical demonstration for taking blood. Participants will take part in the practical sessions where they will practice and become familiar with the procedure for taking blood including pathology and potential pre-analytical errors.

  • Train the Trainer

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    This course is designed for experienced members of staff (in a care-home or hospital or assisted-living setting) who currently train – or will soon train – other members of staff. It will focus on using expected outcomes of a training course and then work backwards to create: training-activities; assessment-opportunities; case-studies; and course-content. The classroom-based training can be: focused on general outcomes; or linked to the skills for Care/Health Fundamental Standards; or focused on a particular area of interest to the participants.

  • Adult Social Care Refresher Practical

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    This course will focus on the practical elements that must be refreshed yearly for those working in the Health and Social Care sector to meet the Fundamental Care Standards and CQC regulations. This includes moving and handling and basic first aid. Participants will be expected to reflect on their own experiences since the last training course; and what they need to develop to improve their practice; as well as covering any new legislation and current issues in care.

  • Adult Social Care Refresher Theory

    Training Course | Fundamental Care Training

    This course will focus on the theoretical elements that must be refreshed yearly for those working in the Health and Social Care sector to meet the Fundamental Care Standards and CQC regulations. This includes understanding and administering medications; safeguarding and mental capacity. Participants will be expected to reflect on their own experiences since the last training course; and what they need to develop to improve their practice; as well as covering any new legislation and current issues in care.