Epilepsy and Emergency Medication Awareness
The Epilepsy and Emergency Medication Awareness course provides healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with a basic understanding of epilepsy, seizure management, and the use of emergency medication. This course is designed to equip participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to support individuals with epilepsy in emergencies.
Upon completing the course, participants will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years. This certification serves as evidence of their knowledge and competence in epilepsy awareness, seizure management, and emergency medication usage.
The course has a duration of 4 hours. During this time, participants will engage in various learning activities, including presentations, discussions, and case studies. The course costs £505 for up to 12 learners. Prices may vary based on your unique requirements.
Clinical Skills Courses
Covers healthy bowel function, constipation, bowel training goals and administration of suppositories and enemas.
Covers diabetes and the different types, signs of complications, actions in the event of hypo or hyperglycaemia, treatments for diabetes, measuring blood glucose and ketone levels, insulin administration, site rotation and lipohypertrophy.
Covers the digestive system, different types of stoma, dietary requirements, complications and abnormalities and emptying and changing a pouch with dignity, privacy and infection control.
Covers respiratory function, the respiratory system, types of tracheostomy, humidification, suction, speaking valves, eating with a tracheostomy and TRACHE and care of the stoma site. Learners practice tape changes, cleaning inner cannula and single lumen tube change.
Covers enteral feeds, the digestive system, surgical insertion of feeding tubes, indications for having a PEG, risks involved in having a PEG, potential complications and infection risk. Learners practice standard procedures in relation to the delivery of feed and medication via feeding tubes.
Ensures learners have an understanding of catheterisation and have practical competency to catheterise an individual.
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.
This 2-hour classroom informs healthcare support workers and social care workers about anaphylaxis and explains the administration of medication to control it.
Aim: To introduce healthcare support workers and adult social care workers to the use of inhalers and nebulisers, when treating asthma and COPD.
This course aims to introduce healthcare support workers and adult social care workers to the basic techniques used to observe and monitor the condition of patients and individuals using services, including pain and discomfort levels.