Mandatory Training

OneWorkforce offer a range of mandatory training sessions which can be booked individually, or by combining a number of categories. Sessions can be facilitated at your workplace or at a location of your choice.

We have supported practices, walk in centres and health care providers nationwide to comply with NHS mandatory training standards. Training sessions assist with compliance of the Care Certificate theory training requirements developed jointly by Skills for Care, Health Education England and Skills for Health.

For more details download our Mandatory Training for Care Providers brochure.

To discuss availability please contact enquiries@oneworkforce.co.uk or complete the form on our contact page.


Basic Life Support

(including paediatric BLS and anaphylaxis)

BLS

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Assess the victim

Assess breathing

Conduct effective chest compressions

Perform rescue breaths

Deliver compression only CPR

Define anaphylaxis and triggers

Recite signs and symptoms of

Demonstrate an understanding of treatment and advanced treatment plans

Please note that this is a stand alone module which takes around 3 hours to deliver, therefore it cannot be combined with any other training module. This module is delivered by A Resus Council Accredited trainer and assessors.


Mental Capacity Act & DOLS Trainer Course (Level 1)

mca-dols
Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

List the functions of the Mental Capacity Act

Describe the groups that will be affected by the legislation

Explain what is meant by the functional test

Explain the role of Lasting Power of Attorneys

Describe the function of the Court of Protection

Explain the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards

Train others in Mental Capacity Act and DOLS requirements within their healthcare working environment


Equality & Diversity (Level 1)

equal-and-diversityCourse Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Understand what is meant by equality and diversity at work

List key anti-discrimination legislation

Understand the impact of discrimination on individuals and the community

Understand legal rights and responsibilities

Describe the benefits a diverse workforce can bring to healthcare settings

Train others in equality and diversity measures within their healthcare working environment


Infection Prevention and Control (Level 1)

infection-control

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Understand legal obligations with regard to infection control

Describe the consequences of poor infection control practice

Explain the infection control requirements put in place at their workplace

Identify a range of different infection control situations

Explain the importance of using universal precautions

Train others in infection control requirements within their healthcare working environment


Safeguarding Adults (Level 1&2)

patient care.jpg

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Explain what is meant by the term ‘vulnerable adult‘

List forms abuse may take

Recognise signs and symptoms of abuse

Understand how to respond appropriately to disclosures of abuse

Understand roles & responsibilities towards vulnerable adults

Understand the legislation and guidance concerning safeguarding adults at risk

Train others in safeguarding adults at risk controls within their healthcare working environment


Safeguarding Children (Level 1&2)

safeguarding-children

Course Summary:

This course was developed for delivery at Level 1 and 2 in line with the competency requirements as set out in “Safeguarding Children and Young people: roles and competencies of health care staff.” (Intercollegiate Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health 2014) and therefore is fully compliant with Care Certificate Standard 11 for Health Care Workers. The module covers:

Child maltreatment in its different forms (physical including Fabricated and induced illness, emotional and sexual abuse, and neglect) including  child trafficking, FGM and radicalisation including prevalence and impact

The relevance of parental, family and carer factors such as domestic abuse, mental and physical ill-health, substance and alcohol misuse

What to do if there are concerns about child maltreatment, including local policies and procedures around who to contact, where to obtain further advice and support, and have awareness of the referral process

The importance of sharing information (including the consequences of failing to do so)

What to do if concerns are not being taken seriously or any other barriers to referring a child/family

Risks associated with the internet and online social networking

What the term ‘Looked after child’ means

Ability to recognise possible signs of child maltreatment relating to the healthcare workers role

Ability to seek appropriate advice and report concerns, and feel confident that concerns have been listened to


Fire Safety & Fire Marshal (Level 1)

fire-safety

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

List their obligations and that of their employer with regard to fire safety

Describe actions to be taken in the event of a fire occurring at work

Identify the correct fire extinguisher for use on a range of different fires

Describe how fires occur and spread

Describe how they can reduce the risk of fire occurring

Understand how they may reduce the threat of fire in their home

Understand the duties that are undertaken by the fire marshal

Train others in fire safety and fire marshal duties within their healthcare working environment


Control of Substances Hazardous to Heath (COSHH) (Level 1)

coshh

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Understand legal obligations with regard to chemicals and substances

State consequences of poor chemicals and substances controls

Work safely with chemicals and substances within their working environment

Identify problems associated chemicals use in their home environment

Train others in COSHH measures required within their healthcare working environment


Health and Safety (Level 1)

health and safety.jpg

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to:

List relevant Health and Safety legislation

Explain the stages of risk assessment and hazard identification

Describe importance of safe manual handling techniques

Describe good practice associated with Fire Safety

Recognise a range of hazards in the workplace and their controls

Train others in health and safety requirements within their healthcare working environment


Risk Assessment (Level 1)

red-amber-green-2

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Understand the importance of businesses managing safely

Describe legal requirements associated with health & safety

Recognise common hazards in the workplace

Understand how the risk assessment process is undertaken

Describe measures to ensure risks can be controlled

Train others in risk assessment requirements within their healthcare working environment


Chaperone Training

up north

As per guidance issued by the Care Quality Commission in August 2017, all staff working in a general practice setting should receive appropriate Chaperone Training.

Our training covers:

What is meant by the term chaperone.

What is an ‘intimate examination’.

Why chaperones need to be present.

The rights of the patient.

Their role and responsibilities.

Policy and mechanism for raising concerns

(This training is designed to meet the needs of clinical and clerical staff who may be required to either arrange or act as a chaperone in a primary care setting)


Effective Communication (Level 1)

managers-discussing

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course attendees will be able to:

Describe the importance of effective communication at work

Explain how to meet the communication and language needs, wishes and preferences of individuals

Explain how to promote effective communication

Describe the principles and practices relating to confidentiality

Explain the importance of handling information correctly

Train others in effective communication requirements within their healthcare working environment


For more details, or to discuss availability, please contact enquiries@oneworkforce.co.uk or complete the form on our contact page.

%d bloggers like this: