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Safer Patient Handling - £15.00


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Introduction:

Today, the cost of musculoskeletal injuries in the healthcare sector is enormous. ETD's People Handling training course seeks to redress this trend by teaching sound knowledge, helping participants to understand how to handle people with care for themselves and the patient or client.


Who the course is aimed at:

Anybody who is involved in the care of another person, be it those who care for people in the community, care or nursing homes, hospices or hospitals it is important that all staff are able to handle patients/clients in their care with dignity and reduce the risk of injury to themselves and the people they care for.

 

What does the course cover:

A background to the problem in healthcare organisations and bad practices

MHOR and the Human Rights Act

Controversial Handling Techniques

Good Practice and Best Practice

The principles of Manual Handling as applied specifically to the healthcare environment and People Handling.

Risk Assessments

And much more………

 

Training Outcomes:

Understanding of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations

Understand key legislation relating to moving and handling of people.

The principles of moving and handling

Know how to move and position people safely

Free Risk Assessment Forms.

 

Test and Certification:

At the end of the course you will be given a test of 20 multiple choice questions. The required pass rate is 85%.

You will be able to download and print (if required) a digital certificate on completion of the course.

Main course certificates last 3 years. (Refresher courses are available and recommended every 12 months).

 

Accreditation:

All our courses have been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.

 

Course Duration:

Main Course: Approximately 30 minutes (excluding time taken for the final exams).

Refresher Course: Approximately 20 minutes (excluding time taken for the final exams).

 

Entry Requirements:

There are no specific entry requirements for this course.