Healthcare Training

First Day at work (1 and 3 Day)

Course Programme:
• The contents of a first aid kit
• Reporting and recording accident details
• Summoning help
• Choking
• The recovery position
• Shock; Haemorrhage; Fractures; Burns
• Spotting early signs of various conditions

The Health and Safety Executive define the appointed person, as an individual who can take charge when someone is injured or ill, maybe spotting early signs to an illness or basically calling an ambulance if required; and look after the first aid equipment.

The course is not intended as a substitute for designated 3 day first aid training. However, residential or domiciliary care workers who are undertaking the Skills for Care Common induction Standards or NVQ mandatory units in Health and Safety will benefit from this course and in line with CSCI guidelines for mandatory training should repeat the course annually. It is also recommended that all Medical staff should be at least trained to the appointed person standard.

Course Duration:
1 Full Day or 3 Day

Certificate Validation:
3 Years
Course Cost for individuals /Groups:
£99.00 1 Day Individual / £720 Group of max 12.
£200.00 3 Day Individual / £POA Group

Patient Manual Handling

This is an essential course for employers wishing to comply with The Health and Safety Act of 1994, The RCN Code of Practice 1996, The provision and use of work equipment regulations 1998 (PUWER), Lifting operations and lifting equipment regulations 1998 (LOLER).

It is also a mandatory requirement for Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapists, Care Workers, Medical Staff and anyone who wishes to conduct people lifting and objects with minimum risk to themselves.

Course Programme:
• Introduction and course objectives
• Spinal mechanics and awareness
• Back injury and back care awareness
• The law
• Risk assessment
• Using handling aids and equipment
• Principles of handling people
• Communication and co-operation

Course Duration:
Half Day

Certificate Validation:
12-18 Months

Course Cost for individuals/Groups:

CPR Basic Life Support

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation or CPR as it is commonly known is an essential life skill that has the potential of saving lives. It is an emergency medical procedure for a victim of Cardiac Arrest or in some circumstances respiratory arrest. CPR is unlikely to restart the heart, but rather its purpose is to maintain a flow of oxygenated blood to the brain and the heart. This is essential in delaying tissue death and extending the brief window of opportunity for a possible resuscitation and thus avoids permanent brain damage.

Needless to say all of us need to possess the necessary skills to prolong life in an emergency however for those wishing to work as Medical professionals, care workers, Dentists, Fitness professionals etc this is a mandatory requirement of health and safety in the workplace.

​ We provide effective and affordable CPR training for individuals and organisations wishing to receive a certificate in Basic CPR.

Course Programme:
• Introduction to CPR
• The Aims of First Aid and CPR
• The Chain of Survival
• Initial Patient Assessment
• Emergency Action Plan (DRAB)
• Action – Unconscious – Breathing, Pulse Present
• Action – Unconscious – Not breathing
• Action – Conscious – not breathing, airway blocked
• Recovery Position

Course Duration:
Half Day

Certificate Validation:
12 Months

Course Cost for Individuals:

Health and Fire Safety

The Health and Safety Executive defines the appointed person as an individual who can take charge when someone is injured or ill, spot early signs of an illness or call an ambulance if required; and look after the first aid equipment.

All staff in the workplace.

This course introduces the candidate to many aspects of Health & Safety at Work and is intended help raise safety standards and awareness. By the end of the course delegates will know how to manage safety effectively.

Introductions & Objectives
Activity 1 - Hazard Spotting Causes Of Accidents And Ill Health
Employee’s And Employer’s Responsibilities Risk Assessments
Activity 2 – Risk Assessment
Reporting Injuries, Diseases & Dangerous Occurrences
Provision & Use Of Workplace Equipment
Display Screen Equipment
Personal Protective Equipment
Control Of Substances Hazardous To Health (COSHH)
Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations
Fire Safety
Electrical Safety

The Health & Safety Awareness Course is perfect for delivering the exact amount of safety awareness information to your staff.

3 Hours

12 Months


Infection Control

This 3 hour infection control training course improves hygiene and helps to minimise the risk of infection in the workplace.

Every workplace comes with infection risks, but in environments containing food or vulnerable people, these risks can become deadly.

Our half day infection control course not only helps to protect your colleagues from the risks of infection, but it also helps to protect them from unknowingly spreading infections to other people. Whilst infection control training this is absolutely vital for staff safety and customer/patient safety, it is also extremely important to help safeguard the reputation of your business.

We therefore recommend our infection control training course to care homes, schools and nurseries; laboratories, and the healthcare and medical industries.

3 Hours

12 Months


SOVA (Safeugarding for vulnerable adults)

This course is intended to provide delegates with information that will enable care staff to recognise and report safeguarding issues as the law requires. The aim of this session is to explore the varying forms of abuse and to discuss the impact of abuse on the individual and consider the management of abuse:

- Describe the varying forms of abuse
- Explore the possible causes of abuse
- Describe the legislation that protects vulnerable adults
- Describe the procedure for reporting safeguarding issues

The activities will be carried out in groups and your answers discussed and shared with the whole group

Who is it for?
This course is for Residential and Domiciliary care workers including Carers, Supervisors, Trainers and Managers who are working with older people, vulnerable adults and service users living in their own home. It is also suitable for Residential or Domiciliary care workers undertaking the Skills For Care Common Induction Standards or QCF Mandatory Units: HSC24 (EDEXCEL unit 5)

3 Hours


12 Months


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