Catheter Care Level 2
Catheter Care Level 2 is a comprehensive classroom training program designed to provide learners with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively care for individuals with indwelling catheters. This course focuses on the proper management and maintenance of catheters to ensure the well-being and comfort of patients.
Upon successful completion of the course, learners will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years. This certification demonstrates their commitment to maintaining high standards in healthcare practice.
The Catheter Care Level 2 course has been aligned with the National Occupational Standards SFHCHS9 and SFHCHS8, which are recognized benchmarks for healthcare professionals involved in catheter care. Additionally, it is mapped to NICE QS90, a set of guidelines provided by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, which offers evidence-based recommendations for healthcare professionals.
The course duration is approximately 3 hours, during which learners will engage in interactive discussions, practical demonstrations, and scenario-based exercises to enhance their understanding of catheter care principles. Our trainers create a supportive learning environment that encourages active participation and the application of knowledge in real-world scenarios. The course costs £365 for up to 12 learners. Prices may vary based on your unique requirements.
Clinical Skills Courses
This classroom training aims to ensure learners have an understanding of how to care for a person with an indwelling catheter. The course is taught in person by one of our trainers.
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