Improving employee awareness of effective communication helps promote trusting relationships with other workers, families, and service users, resulting in a better provision of care and support to individuals.
Your role means it’s likely you’ll have to support individuals with medication and healthcare tasks that directly contribute to the health and wellbeing of the people you support.
Use this course to discover why equality and diversity is so important in health and social care.
Privacy and dignity are two things we all value and have come to expect in our daily lives, and it should be no different for individuals receiving care and support.
This course provides health and social care workers with the knowledge to protect their own security at work, and the security of those they support.
Stress is not a problem Health and Social Care providers can ignore, and that’s why this course is so important to you.
This course will help you to understand how to responsibly handle and protect confidential information for individuals who receive care and support.
This course is designed to give health and social care professionals the knowledge and understanding of how to work safely in environments where there is a risk of infections transferring.
It is important to consider how you can work as safely as possible when you’re alone. This short course explains the dangers of working alone.
Fire safety is no small matter. This course covers key topics to keep you and others safe within your workplace.
Basic life support can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved. This course gives employees the skills required to react quickly and appropriately in life-threatening emergency situations, increasing the quality of care provided to adults, children, and infants.
Despite general improvements in workplace health and safety over the past decade, people continue to get hurt whilst at work. This course will make sure you don’t become another statistic.
This course will provide you with essential safe moving and handling information, so that you don’t hurt yourself or the people you work with.
This course will show you how a personal development plan (PDP) can be used by health and social care workers to document their SMART goals and career objectives necessary for their role.
The law requires employers to control exposure to chemical and other hazardous substances under the Control of Substance Hazardous to Health (COSHH) regulations.
Individuals being cared for and supported play a role in making decisions about the care and support they receive, so this course will give an overview of how health and social care staff can achieve person-centred care through care and communication.
Eating well is important for everyone’s health, but good nutrition is especially vital for the health and wellbeing of someone receiving care.
This course will help to develop a better awareness of mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities.
Adult safeguarding is a way of working and thinking that protects adults with care and support needs, and every worker has a part to play.
We all have a responsibility to keep children safe. This course is for anyone who needs to understand the roles and responsibilities for safeguarding the welfare of children and young people.
This course is designed to help health and social care workers understand the Care Certificate course in order to provide safe, high quality and compassionate care to the people they support.
This course gives an overview of the different aspects of a career in healthcare, encouraging employees to explore company values and objectives and how their role fits into these.
A duty of care is the requirement that all health and social care professionals must put the interests of the individuals they care for and support first. A reasonable level of care must be employed to make sure individuals are kept safe from harm, abuse, and injury.