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At Kharis Healthcare we treat Mandatory Training as a compulsory requirement for all health care personnel: nurses and nursing staff to safely carry out their duties without compromise.

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This is legally compliant, health and social care specific health and safety training brought to you online. We genuinely believe, it beats any safety training you’ve experienced before.er mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo. Concise, comprehensive, clear, straightforward, easy to use and not boring (unlike some health and safety training you may have experienced!) As a result, it encourages health and social care workers to put the course into practice, improving the quality of your health or social care provision. Whether for induction, vocational, refresher or management training, for example QCF and the Care Certificate, this is health and safety training you’ll really appreciate.
Concentration Areas
Working as trained Risk assessment Accidents Following an accident
Duties and responsibilities Untoward incidents First aid Housekeeping
Safe handling Fire Medication Chemicals
Laundry and linen Infectious illness Food hygiene Hand washing
Protective equipment (PPE) Sharps Waste (regular and clinical) Bathing and showering
Welfare Window restriction Hot surfaces Visitors
Health Pregnancy Whistleblowing Bullying
Stress Challenging behaviour Smoking Gas safety
Water safety Legionnaire’s disease Wheelchairs Lifts
Stairlifts Ladders and steps Electrical safety Display screens (DSE)
Pests Outdoor safety Vehicle breakdowns Vehicle accidents
Working alone (lone working) Working as trained Risk assessment Accidents
Following an accident Duties and responsibilities The client’s home
This hard hitting training material intentionally seeks to challenge the views, attitudes and practices surrounding adult abuse. In plain English, the resources meet and exceed the expectations of care standards and really promote best practice to protect vulnerable adults. These are definitive adult abuse training resources, produced to engage with people being trained, educate them and motivate them to prevent abuse and neglect in any care setting. In particular, the online video is strikingly presented, certain to gain attention and sure to make a difference. We believe it is a ‘must have’ for your induction, QCF, Care Certificate, refresher, management training etc.
Concentration Areas
Abuse and neglect Criminal offences Risk assessment Vulnerable adults
The abuse of power Violating rights Types of abuse Physical abuse
Sexual abuse Emotional abuse Institutional abuse Discriminatory abuse
Neglect Signs and symptoms of physical, emotional, sexual, financial, institutional abuse Signs and symptoms of neglect Patterns of abuse
Situational abuse Environmental abuse Speaking out Taking action
Responding correctly No secrets! Whistleblowing
Not only is this course fully standards compliant, it promotes best known international practices in the control of infection. The course is easy to follow, interestingly put across and straightforward to understand. Whether for induction, vocational, refresher or management training, such as QCF or the Care Certificate, this is infection control training you will want to use time after time.
Concentration Areas
Legal requirements At risk groups Chemical guidelines Micro-organisms
Parasites Viruses Bacteria The Chain of Infection
Means of Transmission Infection control procedures (UICPs) Hand washing Hand drying
Physical decontamination Colour coding Training requirements Cleaning correctly
Dealing with spillages Biohazard kits Handling sharps Specimens
Protective equipment (PPE) Disposable gloves Aprons Masks
Food hygiene Personal hygiene Clinical waste Communicable diseases
This course comprehensively covers the whole field of fire training, including evacuation and drills. Fully compliant with all related legislation, this online training resource addresses your legal obligations, induction, refresher, vocational and management training needs, for example, QCF and the Care Certificate
Concentration Areas
Legal responsibilities Fire training expectations What is fire? Smoke
Practical fire prevention What to do if you discover a fire Contacting emergency services Dealing with a burning person
Controlling a fire Fire hazards Fire precautions Smoking
Housekeeping Electrical dangers Gas Kitchens
Storage areas Arson Client needs Break glass points
Detectors Fire doors Emergency lighting Fire extinguishers
Tackling a fire Fire signs Places of safety Means of escape
Handling regulations and fire Fire drills
All health and social care workers should be “first aid aware” (legally different to being a “first aider”). This course is ideal for first aid awareness training, management awareness, first aider refreshing and vocational training such as QCF and the Care Certificate.
Concentration Areas
Legislation Accidents Airway Breathing
CPR Examining a casualty Circulation First aid boxes
Burns Sunburn Heat and cold Priorities
Bruising Bleeding Breaks Dislocations
Strains and sprains Eye injuries Head injuries Dressings
Bandages Poisoning Heart attacks Shock
Vomiting and diarrhoea Summoning help
Handling theory explains why safe handling is important and the principles that make safe handling work. This course is specifically for health and social care providers. Whilst the emphasis is upon people handling situations, the principles are completely appropriate for non-people handling situations too. Good handling theory training needs to be delivered before practical safe handling courses, this course helps you do that. Whether for induction, vocational, refresher or management training, for example QCF or the Care Certificate, this is handling theory training you will really appreciate.
Concentration Areas
Ouch, back pain! How injury affects different people The cumulative nature of back pain Work as trained
Prevention is better than cure How your back works Basic anatomy Spine, discs, ligaments, muscles etc
Ergonomics (getting technical!) Bearing the bulk of a person’s weight Safe handling principles Correct handling position
Infection control Promoting independence
We are delighted to be in the position of being able to offer you the world’s most comprehensive online medication administration training – more comprehensive than most non-online alternatives! Satisfying current standards, this course will help you get medication administration right, first time, every time. Put across logically, in bite size pieces, people understand it, learn from it and can put best medication practices into daily use. Whether for induction, vocational, refresher or management training, for example QCF and the Care Certificate, this is medication administration training you will want to use time after time. You can start the course right now.
Concentration Areas
Taking responsibility Uses of medication Taking medication Types of drugs
Non-prescription medication Medication registe Contraindications Tolerance
Dependence Consent Authorised persons Medication record entries
Reading prescriptions Medication changes Medication receipt Medication storage
Correct administration practices Advance preparation Infection control Medication storage
Medication trolleys Interruptions and distractions, managing them Medication administration records Observation
Finishing medication correctly Do and don’t instructions Crushing Covert medication
Dosage errors Disposal of medicines Specialised techniques Controlled drugs
Self medication Compliance aids Monitored dosage systems (MDS) Home care issue
Preventing and managing medication errors
This course will help you understand fair and balanced approaches to delivering health or social care in ways that properly reflect diversity and equality. It is a practical, sensible, mature and understandable explanation of the issues and how to work with those issues on a day to day basis. Diversity and equality training from social-care.tv will help colleagues see diversity and equality in a fresh way that they should feel comfortable putting into practice.
Concentration Areas
Diversity Equality Inclusion Equal opportunities
Rights Needs Wishes Preferences
Respect Independence Empowerment Self esteem
Identity Values Culture Ethnicity
Race Religion Class Age
Disability Individuality Discrimination Prejudice
Bias Stereotyping Labelling Oppression
Harassment Policies & procedures Non-judgemental practice Anti-discriminatory practice
Challenging discrimination
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