Help with Search courses

Aim(s):                                                          £75 +VAT

To recognise and be able to provide basic life support and automated external defibrillation to a casualty collapsed with a cardiac arrest.

 Learning outcomes:

 At the end of this training session the candidate must be able to:

  • Recognise a patient in cardiac arrest
  • Demonstrate effective basic life support skills
  • Safely attach and operate an automated external defibrillator
  • Identify and discuss the safety issues surrounding defibrillation
  • Demonstrate a clear understanding of the importance of routine maintenance of equipment and record keeping
  • Understand the importance of recording and reporting any cardiac
  • Be able to give a definition of anaphylaxis and demonstrate correct management of a casualty suffering from anaphylaxis

Aim(s):                                                          £75 +VAT

This course aims to enable staff to increase their skills in dealing with potentially violent situations and to give them a greater understanding of proper procedures. This course is designed as part of the strategy on dealing with violence against staff in the workplace, and to support all staff dealing with the public who may need to deal with potentially violent situations.

 Learning outcomes:

 By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Describe common causes of conflict
  • Describe two forms of communication, i.e. verbal and non-verbal
  • Give examples of communication breakdown
  • Explain three examples of communication models that can assist in conflict resolution
  • Describe patterns of behaviour encountered during different interactions
  • Explain the different warning and danger signs
  • Give examples of impact factors
  • Describe the use of distance when dealing with conflict
  • Explain the use of reasonable force as it applies to conflict resolution
  • Describe the different methods of dealing with possible conflict situations
  • Explain the appropriate reporting procedure

Aim(s):                                                          £45 +VAT

To raise awareness of the duties of employees and the legislation, what to do in the event of fire, emergency contact, raising the alarm, evacuation principles, fire extinguisher awareness, arson, community staff safety from fire and use of cars. Finally a section is also given on home fire safety.

Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course, delegates will have knowledge of:

  • An overview of the management of fire safety
  • The nature and causes of fire
  • Fire safety legislation
  • Staff evacuation principles
  • The location of extinguishers and escape routes
  • Fire extinguishers awareness
  • Passive and active fire precautions
  • Community staff safety from fires and use of cars
  • Home fire safety

Aim:                                                         £105 +VAT

To be able to recognise and manage a person requiring Emergency First Aid.

This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid. It is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments, such as small offices. The course covers first aid protocols for adult casualties only.

Learning outcomes:                

  • To be able to Understand the role and responsibilities of a first aider and legislation
  • To be able to Assess an incident, also take action in an emergency
  • To be able to recognise a Common Cardiac Conditions
  • To be able to recognise a person with a Stroke (CVA)
  • To be able to have an understanding of the Respiratory System
  • To be able to have an understanding and Demonstrate Resuscitation and AED
  • To be able to have an understanding Disorders of Respiration
  • To be able to have an understanding of the Circulatory System and Disorders of Circulation
  • To be able to have an understanding of Wound and Bleeding and Demonstrate correct treatment
  • To be able to recognise Epilepsy and the treatment of Minor and Major Seizures
  • To be able to have an understanding S&S of Minor Burns and Scalds and their treatment
  • To be able to recognise a Foreign Object and their treatment

Aim(s):                                                          £75 +VAT

This 3 hour session aims to provide information and raise awareness about manual handling issues and to enable staff to put in practice principles of safe handling in their own working environment. Manual handling training is a mandatory requirement and all staff whose role includes patient handling should attend this course. A maximum of 2 yearly or as often as required for staff involved in frequent people handling activities.

 Learning outcomes:

By the end of this course participants will be able to recognise, assess and reduce manual handling risks in their work. The course will cover:

  • Causes and reduction of related injuries including back care and posture.
  • Relevant legislation and professional standards.
  • Ergonomic approach to manual handling.
  • Risk assessment and principles of safer manual handling.
  • Safe and unsafe practice.
  • Application in the workplace.
  • Scenarios, problem solving and practical element to include: Handling inanimate loads; Safe people handling techniques; Use of a variety and awareness of equipment; correct use of hoists and slings; and Falls and Emergencies.