AHP training for hospitals; Safeguarding, Equality, BLS (Basic Life Support), Conflict Resolution, Manual and PeopleHandling, Infection Control, Health and Safety, Food Handling, Preventing Radicalisation and more. Designed for AHP (Allied Health Professionals), Nurses and Healthcare Workers.
Why choose Candidate Mandatory Training from Cambridgeshire Chamber Training?
"This is definitely the course content that all other providers of courses have to beat. Great presentation and no complexity introduced by failing the candidates taking modules. Encourages candidates to continue trying to understand the material instead of giving up."
Our Candidate Mandatory Training provides the fundamental training requirements, including Health and Safety, for; AHP's, Locum Agencies, (RN) nurses, doctors, surgeons and other healthcare workers etc in hospitals, care and similar environments.
Focusing specifically on those key issues required by the frameworks, see the course menu below for details.
This Candidate Mandatory Training course also contains a Food Handling module for nurses and other healthcare professionals who may come into contact with food. Our other course, Mandatory Training does not include food handling for AHP's, Doctors, etc who may not require it.
Those who have already completed the included subjects; Basic Life Support, Manual People Moving & Handling can use our tailored Healthcare Mandatory Training, and for those who just require the Safe Guarding & Equality/Diversity principal subjects we have the Healthcare Principals course.
We also recommend the Clinical Care course which can partner with all our Medical & Care courses to provide the most up-to-date top level compliance for the 'Care Certificate' standard and Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF, by Skills for Health) alignment.
Understand the types of authority organisations and the extent of their powers during enforcement of their legislation compliance requirements along with an explanation of the enforcement notices such as Improvement and Prohibition.
2. Moving & Handling
An introduction to Moving and Handling, the manual handling of people who are unable to move themselves.
Understand the types of hazardous substances that may be found in the workplace, and their potential impacts upon health. Also provides an understanding about the types of hazard warning symbols and their meaning.
4. First Response
Learn about First Responders and the expectations of the first person at an accident, whilst they await a trained First Aid or Medical Professional and understand the recovery position.
5. Basic Life Support (Adult-Paediatric) inc. AED
Learn about Basic Life Support awareness for adults, children and infants with information about the different approaches for health professionals and non-health professionals alike including a familiarisation with AED (Automated External Defibrillator).
Understand the SBAR (Situation Background Assessment Recommendation) structured communication method for critical information and effective escalation for immediate attention.
7. Equality Diversity & Human Rights
Understand why and how we can be fair to all people, regardless of background, race, disability, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion or belief.
8. Safeguarding Adults (POVA) / Mental Capacity
Safeguarding adults (formerly known as POVA, Protection of Vulnerable Adults) explains how to identify a vulnerable adult, the common types of abuse including Honour Based Violence, Modern Slavery, FGM (Female Genital Mutilation) along with the requirements for Disclosure and Barring services (DBS), Regulated activity (including illustrative examples) and an understanding of the Mental Capacity Act.
9. Safeguarding Children Level 1,2,3
Learn Safeguarding Children Level 3 as defined in the Intercollegiate Document. We explore sources of stress, social exclusion and the effects of poverty, types of abuse, as well as the parental impacts on families, including domestic violence, parental problem drug use and mental illness in a Parent or Carer as well as the roles of the Designated Professional, Named Professional and the relevant legislation.
10. Safeguarding Children Forensic Practice
Learn about the forensic procedures and practices for health professionals involved in circumstances such as an investigation into allegations of sexual abuse of a child. Understand the key elements of the examination and who should conduct such examinations, including Procter's model of clinical supervision.
11. Preventing Radicalisation
Understand the warning signs of how vulnerable people may be exploited, radicalised, and potentially drawn into terrorism. Safeguarding personnel and management teams within an organisation should understand how the Prevent Duty focuses on the protection of vulnerable people rather than the reporting of potential terrorists.
Understand the importance of dealing with and reporting complaints in a professional manner within the healthcare industry.
13. Criminal Convictions
Learn about criminal convictions of healthcare workers and their requirement for a DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) (formally CRB, Criminal Record Disclosure).
14. Caldicott Protocols / Information Governance
Understand the importance of the 7 Caldicott principles including the control and handling of information, patient confidentiality and the differences between Duty to Share and Duty to Protect.
15. Fitness to Practice
Understand why occupational health questionnaires must be completed on an annual basis in the healthcare industry to evidence a continuation of fitness to practice.
16. Infection Control (inc. MRSA)
Understand infection control, MRSA and other common infections and how they might be controlled in a healthcare environment.
17. Exposure Prone Procedures
Understand the procedures for health professionals who are involved in invasive procedures (e.g. inside body cavities) where an injury may result in exposing the worker to the patient's open tissues.
18. Spillages of Body Fluids
Learn how to correctly handle spillages of body fluids such as; blood, faeces, vomit, urine, pus etc.
Understand epilepsy and how to handle it on a day-to-day basis by raising awareness of seizures and how to recognise them.
20. Harassment & Bullying
Understand the identification, reporting and effective management of harassment and bullying instances at work.
21. Violence & Aggression
Understand the fundamentals of violence and aggression within a healthcare environment and which actions can be taken to improve the situation.
22. Conflict Resolution
Learn about the 5 step guide on how to approach conflict within the industry. Gain an understanding of anger and the strategic tools for preventing violence such as de-escalation techniques.
23. Drugs, Alcohol & Substance Misuse
Understand why colleagues under the influence of alcohol or drugs are not permitted to undertake work on the employers' behalf and learn about support options.
Understand sharps injuries and the main risks posed within the healthcare industry and what action to take when receiving a sharps injury.
25. First Aid Awareness
Understand the importance of informing colleagues of who their First Aider is and that medication such as pain relief is not to be administered during first aid. This module does not replace First Aid training.
26. Lone Working & Home Visits
Understand the safe systems of work for colleagues who work by themselves or without close or direct supervision and the precautions to be taken where personal safety is a concern within the workplace.
27. Understanding Risk Assessments
Learn the details of the Risk Assessment process while following the HSE's 5 Steps to Risk Assessment. Understand the key elements such as the PEME approach along with initial and residual risk factors using our realistic scenarios.
28. Slips Trips Falls
Understand the importance of reporting potential causes of slips, trips and falls.
29. Accidents & Incidents (RIDDOR)
Understanding accidents, incidents, near miss events and the legal reporting requirements of RIDDOR (Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations).
30. Display Screen Equipment
Understand computer workstation safety (aka DSE), the appropriate positioning of workstations and how to correct or adapt work chairs to improve an "ergonomic posture".
31. Fire & Emergency
Understand the key principles of fire safety and how workplace fires can cause significant harm before reaching you. Learn about good housekeeping practices and other emergencies such as bomb threat and how they should be addressed in an emergency plan.
32. Food Handling
Learn about food hygiene principles and an explanation of requirements when preparing and handling food.
Questions & Answers
We place Quiz Questions throughout this course with multiple-choice answers to help verify the trainees knowledge retention and understanding of the subject.
Candidate Mandatory Training Certificate
All trainees receive a globally recognized & subject informative Certificate of Completion as proof of successfully completing the training. Certificates are permanently stored in your account, always accessible online, and downloadable in PDF format too.
Candidate Mandatory Training Course
It's important that locums and health care workers are trained with initial and regular renewal training in the specific hazards that may face them day-to-day in Hospitals and other similar environments to enhance the Health & Safety of the worker (especially temporary workers) and also those they affect such as patients and colleagues.
Locum Recruitment Agency Compliance Co-ordinators can easily manage Completion Certificates for trainees, monitor reports with our simple management features and benefit from our volume purchasing prices shown above. Our training platform also stores all of the important information safely, which can be accessed for audit purposes anywhere and any-time. See our features page for more information. This medical & care training course, provided by Cambridgeshire Chamber Training based in Cambridgeshire, is accessible at anytime online from an internet connected device, such as a computer, tablet or smart phone.
Our tried and tested training system has been used by thousands of candidates within the industries in medical, care and locum recruitment agencies since 2005, passing and excelling with audits and changing framework requirements enabling compliance for those who follow NHS frameworks such as NHS CPP (including procurement organisations; NHS LPP, NHS CS, EOE NHS CPH, NHS NOE CPC etc) along with Health Trust Europe (HTE), among others and related medical & care industry standards.
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