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Paediatric First Aid (Theory)

Introduction Paediatric First Aid (Theory) is the perfect induction to first aid for paediatric casualties. By exploring the theory behind the practical procedures, you will develop a better understanding of how to support a paediatric casualty and gain awareness towards recognising common health issues and medical emergencies. Please note that in order to be eligible […]

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Introduction A basic introduction to dementia. This course highlights the condition and the ways care staff can support someone as they journey through it. Learning Outcomes To recognise the early symptoms and screening opportunities. To understand how the condition impacts the individual and those around them. To identify ways to help including early intervention. To

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Person-Centred Care

Introduction Supporting adults with Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Physical needs or Elderly, regardless of who you are supporting, they should always be the centre of their care.  Learning Outcomes Recognise why Person-centred care is important.  To know the values underpinning person-centred care. Effectively obtain peoples wishes and needs in a holistic way. Recognise the barriers

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Learning Disability – Awareness

Introduction A touch into the definitions, background and support opportunities for people with Learning Disabilities. Suitable for people who will come into contact with people who have a Learning Disability during their daily work. For those working directly, then, please see our face-to-face courses for more depth. Learning Outcomes Define Learning Disability. Explore the Core

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Safeguarding Adults – Awareness

Introduction Safeguarding Adults-Suitable for anyone with a role that involves contact with vulnerable adults. Learning Outcomes To be able to define “safeguarding” and its importance within a care or support setting. To acknowledge legislation, policies and guidelines surrounding safeguarding. To identify what type of individual may require a higher level of safeguarding. To recognise the

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