Online Courses

Gain the skills and moral imagination necessary to deliver first class care in the 21st century.


30 Courses

Administration of Medicines

Including Legislation, What Medicines are, Methods of Administration, Monitoring, Side Effects, Policies & Procedures and Safe Administration.

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Assisting & Moving Individuals

Including Legislation, Structure of the Spine, Risk Assessment, Planning and Load Handling, and Assisting Clients

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Autism Spectrum Disorder

What is Autism, What conditions are covered by the Autism Spectrum Disorder, Differing needs of Individuals with Autism, Factors influencing communication, Understanding how person-centered approaches meet the diverse needs of individuals with Autism

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Basic First Aid

Including Initial Assessment, Signs and Symptoms, Treatment of Unconscious Patients, Bleeding, Burns and Shock.

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Bed Rails

What are bed rails? The reason for using bed rails, the risks and the importance of health and safety, the principles of risk assessment, there selection, safe fitting and care of the client using bed rails.

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Challenging Behaviour in People with Dementia

Including Definitions, Signs & Symptoms, How deal with Issues, ABC Chart and Developing Strategies to reduce Challenging Behaviour.

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Death, Dying & Bereavement

Including Communication Skills, Assessment of Needs and Preferences, Advance Care Planning, Last Days, Care after a Death, Grief and Bereavement.

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Diabetes

Including what Diabetes is, Treatment Options, Diet, Complications and Emergency Situations.

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Diet & Nutrition

Including Nutritional Requirements, Achieving a Balanced Diet, Catering and Monitoring, and Food Preparation and Cooking

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Epilepsy

Including What is Epilepsy, Types of Seizures, Common Triggers, What to do when a Seizure Occurs and Supporting People with Epilepsy

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Equality, Diversity & Inclusion

Including Legislation, Promoting Inclusion in Daily Life & Social Activities, Equality in Health & Personal Care and the Culture of the Home

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Falls Prevention

Including: A background to Falls and understanding the different types of Falls, being aware of the causes and risk factors related to falls, understanding the potential consequences of falls, knowing how to apply the principles of risk assessments to prevent falls and understanding care planning and the use of interventions in reducing falls.

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Falls Response

Covering: Types of falls, causes and risk factors, risk assessment and team approaches in the prevention, correctly managing the falling and fallen client, accurate reporting and recording.

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Fire Safety & Emergency Provisions

Including the Importance of Fire Safety, Fire Prevention, Emergency Equipment and Risk Assessment

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Food Hygiene

Including Legislation, Bacteriology, Food Poisoning, Cross Contamination, Personal Hygiene, Food Storage & Preservation.

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GDPR & Handling Information

Covering Definitions of health records and documentation and types of health records, The purpose and functions of health records and documentation, Effects of good and poor health record keeping, Legal and professional issues in health record keeping and Style and content

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Health & Safety

Including Legislation, COSHH, Accidents and their Prevention, Occupational Health, Substances and Equipment Used at Work and Fire Safety

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Improving Outcomes in People with Dementia

Including types of Dementia, Individuality, Behaviour to Avoid, Difficulties with Communication, Common Challenges, Environment and Eating

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Infection control

Covering Legislation, Cross Infection, Hand washing, Personal Hygiene, Policies & Procedures and Illnesses & Diseases

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Malnutrition

Covering: The Elements of a Well Balanced Diet, The Risk factors and Consequences of Malnutrition, The use of 'MUST' (Malnutrition Screening Tool), Client Centred Nutritional Care and Preventing Malnutrition, The Roles and Responsibilities of the Care Worker in Monitoring Eating and Drinking

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Mental Capacity Act 2005

Covering What is the Mental Capacity Act, Definitions and Principles, Assessing Capacity, Protection & Best Interests. Supporting Bodies

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Person Centred Approaches

Covering Person Centred Values, Individuality, Rights and Choices, Active Participation and Working Towards Person Centred Care

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Prevention of Pressure Ulcers

What are pressure ulcers, basic function and structure of skin, the causes and risk factors, the roles of risk assessment and documentation, pressure relieving care interventions, types and use of equipment

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Promoting Dignity & Compassion in Care

Covering Definitions of Dignity, Threats to Dignity, Treating People with Dignity, Care Practices that Support Dignity and Compassionate Care

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Risk Assessment

Covering Legislation, Recognising Hazards, Assessing Risks and Appropriate Control Measures

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Safeguarding Children

Safeguarding of an adult bolt on certificate

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Safeguarding an Adult

Including Types of Abuse, Possible Signs of Abuse, Understanding Local Policies & Procedures and How to Report.

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Safety of People & Premises

Including an Overview of Violence in the Workplace, Personal Safety, Understanding Others, How to Influence Others and Strategies for Defusing and Containing Aggression.

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Stroke Awareness

Covering: What is a Stroke? Care Needs, Preventing Strokes and Communication Difficulties and Psychological Problems

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Urinary Catheter Care

Including Reasons for Catheterisation, Urinary and Supra-pubic, types of Catheters, equipment assessment, client centred values, responsibilities and roles, techniques and skills for safe insertion, risks and potential complications

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