Woundcare Management Training for Self Harm Injuries has been developed to enable qualified professionals to treat wounds effectively. The course is specifically designed for nurses involved in supporting clients with who self harm so they can offer advice, support and treatment. By the end of this course each attendee will have a greater appreciation of wound types, approaches to wound types and the appropriate skills and techniques to treat them effectively.
This catheterisation refresher training is aimed at nurses in order to familiarise them with the differences between female and male catheterisation, the reasons for catheterisation and to become more accustomed to the handling, insertion and changing of catheters.
Onsite Training For Groups of up to 15 learners | Clinical Training Course
HIV Awareness and Hepatitis Awareness are often a subjects that has a stigma attached. This course challenges the ignorance, social stigma and discrimination of people with blood borne illnesses through increased awareness and understanding
Clinical Training Course | 3 Hour Course | Onsite Group Training
This tracheostomy care training course aims to familiarise learners with the reasons for tracheostomy and will raise awareness around tracheostomy whilst ensuring staff have sufficient knowledge to work safely around them. A vital course for any staff who come into contact regularly with individuals who have a tracheostomy.
This Respiratory Conditions Awareness Training is specifically designed to prepare healthcare professionals working in primary and secondary care to provide appropriate and effective treatments and to enable them to give support to individuals with COPD Asthma, Emphysema and other respiratory conditions , enabling them to manage their condition..
Our Continence training will enable learners to deliver effective and thorough support to individuals who have continence difficulties. The course is aimed at support workers with no experience on continence and can also be attended by nurses who may like to update their knowledge.