Short Training Courses

By: Care Consortium Yorkshire   08/03/2011
Keywords: First Aid Courses, Manual Handling Training, Epilepsy Training

Autism Awareness
Basic Food Hygiene. CIEH Level 2 Certificate (1 day)
Catheter Care
Common Induction Standards (Refreshed 2010 Ed)
Communicating Effectively
Confidentiality of Information
Confidentiality for those not involved in Direct Care
Continual Professional Development
Dementia Awareness
Diabetic Awareness
End of Life Care
Emergency First Aid (1 day - Adults or CYP)
Epilepsy Training (Buccal Midazolam & Rectal Diazepam)
Equality and Diversity
First Aid (3 day)
Health & Safety. CIEH Level 2 Certificate (1 day)
Infection Prevention and Control
Information, Advice and Guidance
Interpersonal Skills when working within a team
IT for beginers (How to use a computer – the basics).
Moving and Handling of People (1 day)
Palliative Care
Person Centered Care & Customer Service
Safe Handling of Medicines
Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups (Adults or CYP)
Study Skills

We also deliver bespoke training and tailor-made training for any topic's within the realm of Health & Social Care.

Keywords: Basic Food Hygine, Epilepsy Training, First Aid Courses, Manual Handling Training, Safe Handling of Medicine Training,

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