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We specialise in delivering training in Healthcare and Nursing and can offer you a choice of standard or bespoke courses to meet the needs of your business.
As our training is always delivered by Qualified Nurses or Paramedics, most of whom still practice in acute and community settings, in the current situation our trainers are working hard to meet the needs of their patients, we are working hard to develop appropriate courses available in an accessible form to support our colleagues who are working outside of their specialist areas.
During this very difficult time, we have taken the decision to stop face to face teaching, apart from under very specific IPC conditions, and only then when there is no other way, but the need for training is essential, for example, teaching non-CCU nurses how to care for a patient on a ventilator or manage Inotropic medications.
For a majority of our training, we are working to deliver this as distance learning, with video or audio tutorials, or on-line. Both formats are still CPD Approved, written by and assessed by qualified nurses (although this may take longer than usual!)
Our NVQ learners are now being supported via video / audio tutorials.
If there is a specific course you are interested in, please get in touch and we will do our best to provide it.
Our online courses are the same high quality as our face to face training, and are all written and approved by qualified, specialist nurses. see our shop page for the full list.
The Care Home Assistant Practitioner Role is still relatively new, but is growing in popularity amongst business owners and care staff. For business owners is provides a skilled workforce able to support the nurses in Nursing Homes, where recruitment of nurses is now a serious problem, by supporting the nurses you enable them to do more 'nursing' and less of the paper based tasks that can take them away from providing the care you residents deserve.
In Residential Homes a CHAP is able to provide the link between the care staff and the District Nurses, ensuring that your residents receive a more seamless service.
The benefit to your carers is the level of satisfaction they receive from achieving a bespoke qualification, that includes a recognised Level 4 qualification, while continuing to meet the needs of your residents and care team. By becoming a CHAP your carers develop the skills they already have to the next level, while being able to provide your residents with the care and attention they need.