Tue, 03 Oct|
Care Certificate Course
You'll need this mandatory training if you're beginning your career as a Health & Social Care professional.
Time & Location
03 Oct, 09:00 BST – 06 Oct, 16:30 BST
Morden, Canterbury Rd, Morden SM4 6PX, UK
This health care assistant training course is designed to offer workers entering the Health &
Social Care sector a qualified route into the industry. This will suit people who would like to
start a healthcare assistant career but have no knowledge or experience in Health and Social
Fully Accredited Training
The training we provide is both Continuous Professional Development(CPD) certified as well
as endorsed by Skills for Care. We provide the training through our authorising centre
1.Care Certificate Theory
2.Emergency First Aid at Work Level 3 VTQ
- Roles and Responsibilities of a First Aider
- Assessment of an incident- Scene Survey - Primary survey of a casulaty
- First aid to an unresponsive casualty
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- How to place a casualty into the recovery position.
- First aid to a casualty who is choking.
- First aid to a casualty with external bleeding.
- First aid to a casualty who is in shock.
- First aid to a casualty with minor injuries.
- First aid to a casualty with burns and scolds.
- Recognition and Management of Illness in the Workplace-includes stroke, heart attacks and epileptic seizures.
- First Aid boxes and their contents
- Risk assessments, Accident books, RIDDOR reporting in first aid
3.Moving and Assisting People Level 3
- Principles of Moving and Assisting:
- Understanding the importance of safe and proper techniques.
- Recognizing risks and potential injuries associated with improper moving and assisting.
- Body Mechanics and Ergonomics:
- Teaching proper posture and body mechanics to prevent strain and injury.
- Demonstrating how to use body weight effectively during transfers.
- Using Assistive Devices:
- Training on using equipment such as hoists, slings, transfer belts, and slide sheets.
- Ensuring proper selection, fitting, and use of assistive devices.
- Risk Assessment and Communication:
- Identifying the person's needs and level of assistance required.
- Communicating with the individual to ensure their comfort and understanding.
- Mobility Impairments:
- Understanding different mobility impairments (e.g., limited strength, paralysis, amputations).
- Tailoring techniques to the individual's specific needs.
- Transfers and Repositioning:
- Techniques for helping individuals move from bed to chair, wheelchair to toilet, etc.
- Turning and repositioning to prevent pressure sores.
- Safety Measures:Identifying potential hazards and mitigating risks during transfers.
- Practical Training:Hands-on practice of various techniques in a controlled environment.
- Simulating real-life scenarios to build confidence and competence.
- Legal and Ethical Considerations:
- Documentation and Reporting:
- Reporting any incidents, injuries, or concerns. Physical and Emotional Aspects:
4.Competency-Based Skill Assessments: