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          We provide numerous competitively priced half or full day training courses including:- 
 

Dementia Awareness – This course identifies the most common forms of dementia and their signs and symptoms. It covers the effect on the individual’s cognitive skills and communication. A person-centred approach is encouraged and practical strategies are explored for carers to support individuals living with dementia. Clarification is provided to carers regarding their responsibilities under the Mental Capacity Act.
 

Safeguarding Adults - This course clarifies the carer’s duty of care and responsibilities under the No Secrets Guidelines and National framework. Carers are taught how to recognise potential signs and symptoms of harm and abuse and clarifies their responsibilities for reporting and recording. It summarises the role played by the Local Authority Safeguarding Adults Policies and Procedures in relation to abuse.

Moving and Handling of People - This predominantly practical course covers the provisions of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 and ensures carers have the essential skills and knowledge to safely move people with the aid of equipment in order to  prevent injury to themselves and the person being moved.

Paediatric and Adult First Aid - The Paediatric First Aid course is designed to train individuals to provide immediate first aid care for infants and children. This course also includes adult essential skills in basic life support as they differ from the skills of the infant and child. The Adult Emergency First Aid course is designed to train individuals and company staff that require training in basic first aid skills.

Health and Safety Awareness - This course clarifies the employees and the employer’s responsibilities under The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. This includes the issues of risk assessment and management within the work environment, accident reporting and the control of substances hazardous to health.

Infection Prevention and Control - This course summarises the legislation that governs infection control. It defines what infection is, how it is caused and how it may spread. Standard precautions to prevent the spread of infection are covered in detail and the organisational policies and procedures that are in place to minimise the risk of infection.

Safe Administration of  Medication
   -  This course clarifies the main provisions of the legislation related to the administration of medication. Safe storage, administration, security and disposal of medication are explored in addition to effective recording of administration and reporting of issues concerning medication.


Risk Assessment and Management
 -  This course summarises the employee and the employer’s responsibilities under Health and Safety legislation in relation to risk assessment. Risk is defined and the Health and Safety Executive’s Five Stage Approach to Risk Assessment is explored. Practical activities are undertaken in the context of the care environment and linked to care plans. Risk Management is pursued and practical measures identified to reduce risks.
 

Fire Safety
– This course clarifies the employee and the employer’s responsibilities under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.  The causes of fire, effective evacuation procedures, preferable employee reactions to fire are all covered in addition to risk assessment within the work environment and how fire can be prevented.

Nutrition and Well-Being of Vulnerable Adults - This course identifies  the constituents of a well balanced diet and why and how carers can  monitor the diet of vulnerable individuals. A range of issues which affect dietary requirements are explored including some common medical conditions. Carers are encouraged to consider the factors involved in the presentation of food and how to create a positive mealtime environment .

Food Safety Awareness
-  The course is in-line with the requirements of the  Food Safety (General Food Hygiene) Regulations 1995. It provides employees with the knowledge and skills essential for safe food handling, preparation and storage. The course clarifies how food poisoning is caused and how the risks of it can be eliminated. 


Communication and Record Keeping
- The components of communication are explored and the different forms that it may take. How effective communication can be achieved and how barriers to communication can be overcome. Learners are made aware of their responsibilities under the Data Protection Act 1998. The importance of keeping accurate records is clarified and the format that these take. Learners will appreciate how information should be shared with others and the protocols that are in place for this. The issue of confidentiality will be explored in detail, why this is important and the situations when confidentiality may be breached in the best interest of the individual concerned. 


Challenging Behaviour
- This course will enable learners to identify 'challenging' behaviours which individuals may present in a variety of care settings and describe the factors which may affect the behaviour of individuals. Learners will be supported to design relevant interventions and care plans to put in place to prevent problems arising, and enable them to promote positive behaviours.

Palliative / End of Life Care
 -  This course is designed to ensure that learners have a clear understanding of Palliative Care and End of Life Care including Advance Care Planning, Communication Skills, Symptom Management and Support.
                     

Contact TETS Ltd.  today to ensure all your organisations care training needs are met.   Tel 07833252407 / 07747090933  or 

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All courses are accessible to learners of diverse backgrounds, from different care settings and with varying levels of experience. Trainers facilitate courses to appeal to a variety of different learning styles and are interactive in their approach. All knowledge and skills covered are contextualised to the learner's work environment in order that learning can be incorprorated within work practice. Individual support requirements of learners are identified and an inclusive approach is promoted to ensure equality of opportunity for all learners. We ensure the currency and validity of all material and resources with current  legislative requirements and best practice guidelines and request copies of relevant organisational policies prior to facilitating in house training in order to ensure congruence.

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