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 Clinical Training for Independent Social Care Providers

Shropshire Partners in Care offer a range of clinical training. These courses are delivered in partnership with Health stakeholders.

The staff who deliver the training and their qualifications is:

 

Andrea Davies

Continence Team leader and Safeguarding Lead for Telford and Wrekin (Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust)

Qualifications

NVQ assessor

Registered General Nurse

BSc Hons in Specialist Practice/ Community Nursing

MSc in Partnership Working Cross Health and Social Care

 

Nicola Head

Continence Specialist Nurse - Telford & Wrekin Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust

Qualifications

Registered Nurse, Dip HE

ENB 998 Teaching & Assessing

ENB 978 Continence Management and Promotion

 

Fiona Glover 

Continence Nurse Specialist for North West Shropshire, Shrewsbury and Atcham

Qualifications

Bachelor Nursing Honours Degree

  

Please visit our downloads section for resources and documents here

 

Course Title: Venepuncture

Notes about this course:

 After registering for this course you will need to:

  1. View the on line Presentation (links will be sent to you)
  2. Complete the quiz
  3. Attend the theory/practical session
  4. Develop your competency in practise supported by a mentor

Aims & Objectives:

To follow the correct procedure to obtain venous blood samples following current policies and procedures

 Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Health Care Assistants and Registered Nurses


Course Title: Continence/Catheter Care for HCA's

Length of Course: 3 Hours

Aims & Objectives

  • By the end of the session you will have a greater understanding of how to manage your client's continence problems effectively.
  • Types of incontinence and prevlence
  • Who to contact in case of queries/advice
  • Practical catheter care
  • Infection Control
  • Penile Sheaths
  • Washables incontinence products
  • Disposable incontienece products
  • Male urinals
  • Vernagel

 

Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Health Care Assistants

Documents Available to download:

Catheter Care Pathway May 2011


A range of courses are avaliable including:

  • Catherisation Training Male and Supra Pubic
  • Continence and Bladder / Bowel Assessment - Includes promotion and management of continence
  • Introductiuon to Digital Rectal training and Digital Removal of Faeces / Insertion of suppositories

The above training is for Registered Nurses only

Length of Course/s: 3 hours per topic


Course Title:  Documentation/Record Keeping & Person Centered Care Planning

Length of Course: 2 hours

Aims & Objectives:

  • Provide an overview of good record keeping practice
  • Outline the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) guidelines on record-keeping.
  • Understanding the legal implications of poor record-keeping
  • The role of audit as a method keeping of keeping records and record-keeping in your area
  • Understand the concept of person centered care planning

Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants


Course Title: Can You Feel it - Pulse take Course (Accredited by the Royal College of Nursing)

pulse

Length of Course: 2 hours

Aims & Objectives:

  • Define Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and causes
  • List some of the common symptons and complications associated with AF
  • Define stroke and TIA and possible causes
  • Recognise the signs and symptons of a stroke/TIA
  • Understand FAST and justify the need to access emergency and urgent services for prompt assessment
  • Understand how to detect a pulse
  • Identify/describe a regular/irregular pulse
  • Demonstrate manual palpation of a radial pulse
  • Explain how to document your residents pulse readings
  • Identify and record what action to take when an irregular pulse is detected

 

 Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Registered Nurses, Health Care Assistants, Volunteers


Course Title: Medication in Care. This Course is Accredited by the Royal College of Nursing

Length of Course: 3 hours

Aims & Objectives:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of safe medicines management in your organisation
  • Describe potential causes for medication errors and ways to reduce the risk
  • Explain storage and record keeping requirements
  • Understand the principles of a “person centred” approach to medicines management
  • Understanding of the legal responsibilities, policy and procedures

Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants   

 


Course Title: Medication Training for Support Workers

Length of Course: 3 Hours

Aims & Objectives:

Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Suport Workers


Course Title: Medication Training for Nurses

Length of Course: 3 Hours

Aims & Objectives:

Training is appropriate for the following staff groups: Registered Nurses

 


 

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