This course helps attendees gain an awareness of autism, including the history of autism and various autistic spectrum disorders. The course emphasis is on sensory perception so delegates can try to understand what it feels like to have autism. Delegates will also learn the skills needed to deliver person-centred care and support, how to adapt communication and the environment and how to better understand the behaviours of those with autism.
The aim of the course is for managers and business owners to explore and understand the key factors, skills and approaches required to successfully run or manage a business.
The course aims to support care staff responsible for the day to day care and welfare of individuals who have a catheter in situ. Delegates knowledge of urinary catheterisation including how to correctly handle, empty and change catheter bags and the associated risks, such as effective infection control will be greatly enhanced by this course.
The aim of the course is for delegates to have their awareness of Behavioural Communication raised, and to develop necessary knowledge and skills in order for support workers to offer effective support for individuals.
The overall aim of this course is to raise awareness and knowledge of some of the common conditions service users of care services are likely to suffer from. The pick ‘n’ mix topics include:
Our 1-day Care Certificate course is ideal for any staff who are experienced in care but did their induction before the Care Certificate came into place in April 2015. The course aims to bring the delegates knowledge up to date and make them aware of any changes brought into the Care Certificate, i.e. Changes since the Care Act 2014 and the new types of abuse in Safeguarding Adults. Workers will be brought up to date with the latest information to build upon previous knowledge and experience so the course is also a great refresher opportunity.
The Care Certificate is a nationally recognised certificate and is the ideal start to your new career in care. Our 3-day training programme covers the knowledge components of all 15 standards. Each day of training covers 5 standards and the content is adapted from the official Care Certificate workbooks and knowledge provided by Skills for Care. The sessions are delivered by local and friendly experts in the care sector who always strive to make learning fun and interesting with scenarios, videos, practical tasks and challenging debates
This course equips nominated assessors with the skills and knowledge required to assess candidates against the standards in the Care Certificate. Attendees will explore the content of the Care Certificate, the different assessment methods required for candidates to complete the Certificate and their own role in assessing the Certificate.
Champion Courses are for any staff members who are required to take on additional responsibilities and would like to gain the awareness and skills to be the ‘go to’ person on a specific topic in their workplace.
This course is beneficial to employees who care for individuals that suffer from or have a potential risk of having strokes. Attendees will take part in group activities and discuss various case studies to enable them to understand issues including aphasia and dysphagia, anxiety and depression, as well as the physical effects following a stroke.