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  • (15 E-Learning Courses)

    Basic Life Support
    Complaints Handling
    Dementia - An Understanding
    Equality and Diversity
    Fire Safety
    Health and Safety
    Infection Prevention and Control
    Information Governance
    Lone Working Essentials
    Medication Management
    Moving and Handling of People
    Preventing Radicalisation - CSTF Aligned
    Safeguarding Children
    Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults

    Our online Staff Appraisal Skills course aims to enable the learner to provide appraisals through effective communication and reviews.


    Recognise the benefits of effective appraisals. Understand how to tailor the appraisal process to suit your organisation and management style. Demonstrate how to manage performance. Establish appraisal style. Identify different approaches to appraisals. Give and receive feedback.

    This online restraint course module will help you to think about restraint:

    what it means for you and what it might mean to others, and some ideas that could help your practice.


    What is restraint

    Different types of restraint

    Understanding when to use restraint techniques

    How to reduce the need for restraint

    This online Control and Administration of Medicines course is designed to provide learners with an understanding of the correct procedures to follow when prescribing and administering medicines, in both a social and domiciliary care environment Delegates will learn how to keep records of each administration, as well as all incoming and outgoing medicines, so as to ensure that the risk of error is minimised.

    Within this course, you’ll also find the “Knowledge Set for Medication” course modules covered as defined by Skills for Care and Development in 2005. Upon successful completion, learners will require to be observed to competently administer a range of medication.


    Safe medicine handling procedures Prescribing, checking, obtaining and dispensing of medicines Disclosure and patient confidentiality Patient guidance and support Medicine classifications and their properties Administration methods and competence Identifying and reporting reactions to, or between, medicines Consenting to secondary administration Staff and patient risk assessment Administration preparation and accuracy Keeping record of administration, errors and medicine refusal Storing and disposing of medicines safely Relevant legislation and guidance
  • Venipuncture Level 3 – Theory

    Overview This venipuncture level 3 online theory training course is to provide the knowledge of the anatomy and physiology of the veins and the techniques required for safe and effective venipuncture for the process of blood sampling. Learning Outcomes:
    • Definition and Reasons for Blood Sampling
    • Legal and Professional Considerations
    • Anatomy and Physiology
    • Criteria for Vein Selection
    • Device Selection
    The course is split into smaller sections, allowing your learning to be at a pace suitable for you. Once you have completed the online learning, you will be able to move on to complete a practical session and competency assessment within a supported training environment. The practical element is not included. Definition and Reasons for Blood Sampling  Within this section we will look at the definition of Venipuncture and some of the reasons why we take blood samples. We will also look at some of the common blood tests that are taken regularly. Legal and Professional Considerations Within this section, we will look at some of the main legal and professional issues that need to be considered before venipuncture takes place. These will include Competencies, Consent, Accurate record keeping and documentation. Anatomy and Physiology  Within this section, we will review the anatomy and physiology associated with venipuncture, including the main areas for blood sampling within the routine practice and which are limited to registered and non-registered nursing staff. Criteria for Vein Selection  Within this section, you will look at the criteria for selecting a vein for blood sampling as well as identifying the areas that you would be avoided if possible. Device Selection  Within this section, you will learn about the various devices that can be used for blood sampling and some of their advantages and disadvantages.

    The European Commission has introduced the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be implemented on 25th May 2018.

    The regulation has mainly been implemented in order to:

    • Force companies to be clearer on their data collection and usage
    • Improve data protection and prevent data infringement
    • Establish improved control and reactivity to prevent data leakage

    These new regulations play an important role at a time when both the volume of data is skyrocketing, and threats are growing at a similar rate.

    A key factor of any organisation’s GDPR compliance is staff awareness and education.


    • Principles
    • Key definitions
    • Lawful bases for processing
    • Individual rights
    • Accountability and Governance
    • International Transfers
    • Personal data breaches
    • Security
    • Children

    Our online Verification of Death course is aimed at nurses working in primary care, supportive care and care homes. It will support the development of your knowledge and skill to competently verify death of adults. It is not limited to any particular setting or situation, but enables the nurse to understand the procedure to verify death within the contexts of both expected and unexpected death (and the particular considerations for both situations)


    Understand the legal and professional context related to death verification and certification Differentiate between an expected and an unexpected death, and any policies or procedures related to these Develop knowledge, skill and competence to sensitively perform verification of death

    Epilepsy is a common condition that affects the brain and causes frequent seizures. Seizures are bursts of electrical activity in the brain that temporarily affect how it works. They can cause a wide range of symptoms. This course will look at what a seizure is, different types of seizures among many other things and could be useful for anyone who wants to know more about seizures.


    • What is a Seizure?
    • Types of Seizure
    • Types of NES
    • Epileptic seizures
    • Epilepsy

    There are many children and young people in society who are in danger and at risk of harm from others due to their inability to protect themselves. Children interact with adults in a wide range of settings and organisations. There are millions of children who live, work and play in environments where adults provide and facilitate education, leisure, support and care. The term environment includes a wide range of familiar institutions such as schools, colleges, hospitals, care homes, youth organisations and, of course, the family home. A wide range of agencies deliver education, care and leisure services to children and there is a legal requirement on all such agencies to protect the children under their responsibility   It is intended that the effects of harm and abuse can be minimised by raising awareness through programmes of study such as this. Child abuse is illegal and is thought to be more widespread than previously acknowledged. It is important to note that whether the abuse is deliberate or not, the abused are affected in the same way.


    After studying this course and successfully completing the assessment you will be able to: - Understand the legal definition and status of 'the child' - Understand the concepts of 'child vulnerability', 'child protection' and 'significant harm' in order to recognise the signs of vulnerability and gain an appreciation of child protection issues - Define abuse and bullying and be aware of the signs and symptoms that indicate the four main forms of abuse - Explore the current legislation, guidance and policies that exist to protect children's safety and well-being in a range of environments - Identify both organisational and personal roles and responsibilities in relation to child protection procedures, including disclosure, recording and referral

    This course has been specifically designed to help learners identify indicators of radicalisation, along with providing familiarisation of strategies designed to prevent radicalisation. This module will help you learn effective management in Preventing Radicalisation, taking approximately 30 minutes to complete, and your understanding will be tested at the end of it. LEARNING OUTCOMES
    • Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalisation
    • Know your responsibilities and recognise indicators that radicalisation might be taking place
    • Understand what extremism and radicalisation are and why it is important to discuss and address these

    Our online Nutrition Awareness course is designed to provide candidates with an introduction to Nutrition awareness and how best to enable service users to choose and consume food and drink by mouth. The actual support required by the service user will be dependent on their individual needs. Candidates will look at the effect of food on the body and general heath, how to make changes to supplement illness and how to identify the key minerals and nutrients required by the body. Candidates will gain an understanding about malnutrition and the implications of malnutrition on the individual.


    What does nutrition mean? Nutrients Fruit and Vegetables Nutrition and the Elderly What are the implications of Malnutrition? Factors leading to Malnutrition Screening Tools

    Our online Moving and Handling of People course is designed to provide learners with the essential knowledge and understanding of the safe process of moving people to prevent injury to themselves and the person being moved, whilst also covering the legal requirements regarding the handling of people.


    Health and Safety at Work 1974 Manual Handling Regulations 1999 Duty of care Moving and handling assessments Basic principles of safer handling Company handling policy Anatomy Unsafe moves Working with equipment Moving and transferring