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Clinical Training 2018-08-28T11:17:40+00:00
Our basic observation training course is aimed at carers who want to improve their understanding in healthcare by learning how to document and report their observations.

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Our comprehensive blood glucose monitoring training course is ideal for carers who are accountable for monitoring hypoglycaemic (low) and hyperglycaemic (high) blood sugar levels.

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What is a vein and their structure, Identify the veins associated with cannulation..

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This catheterisation training course is aimed at nurses who’s job role includes catheterisation of male, female and suprapubic patients. This training is used to familiarise delegates with the differences between male and female catheterisation, the reasons for catheterisation and to become accustomed to handling, inserting and changing catheters.

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Our course on ear irrigation training has been designed especially for registered nurses and carers who deliver ear care and will cover basic ear irrigation techniques and how to safely deliver them with confidence.

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This epilepsy medication training course is aimed at staff responsible for the care of individuals with epilepsy and in particular the handling of the associated medication.

The course will provide an awareness of epilepsy covering the various types of seizures.

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The purpose of our palliative care training course is to teach the appropriate physical skills and practices associated with dignified death. It is aimed at carers who work with individuals who are nearing the ends of the lives. Key subjects will include the deterioration of human bodily functions and the preparation and response to increased levels of care.

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Our Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) feeding training course has been designed to acquaint delegates with the cause and approaches of PEG feeding. It is aimed at carers who frequently work with individuals who PEG.

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Our phlebotomy venepuncture training course is aimed at any healthcare worker whose responsibilities comprise of taking blood and can also be beneficial to those looking to advance their venepuncture skillset.

Delegates will gain theoretical knowledge of venepuncture by discussing topics such as the anatomy of veins, select a suitable site and the correct order of draw. A practical session will allow the delegates to practice venepuncture on a synthetic arm.

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The aim of our suction training course is to deliver a greater understanding of suctioning to carers who work in a situation where machine suction is frequently necessary.

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Our comprehensive syringe driver awareness training course is ideal for registered nurses who require a refresher course on syringe drivers. The course will teach theoretical and practical skills related to the safe and effective use of syringe drivers as well as the importance of correct machine set-up.

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The aim of our tracheostomy care training course is to acquaint delegates with the reasons why tracheostomy might be needed as well as the care and management requirements of a tracheostomy.

The course provides the delegate with sufficient working knowledge to safely and effectively care for individuals with a tracheostomy. It is particularly useful for carers who tracheostomy patients.

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Our ventilator awareness training course is ideal for nurses and carers whose responsibilities include working with ventilation systems. It will explain the respiratory system and the possible effects of ventilation systems. The course will look at different types of ventilation, complications and correct responses to possible difficulties.

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Our comprehensive verification of expected death training is aimed at carers who want to increase their responsibilities in the role of verification of expected death. The course aims to develop an in-depth understanding and skillset in order to in distinguish death and the process of verifying an expected death.

Verifying an expected death is classed by the NMC as an extended role and therefore a carer needs to be assessed to carry out the role competently.

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