Deprivation of Liberty Safeguarding (DoLS) is a section under the Mental Capacity Act (MCA) and it is recommended that these courses are either run together to fulfill a full day or that the delegate participates in both as separate courses.
The course is designed to introduce delegates to the key messages of the Mental Capacity Act 2005. Exploration of mental capacity and the process that occurs when a person lacks capacity.
This course is to give carers an awareness as to their accountability when administering medication as well as to their responsibility when the client/service user is self –administering.
This course has been designed to ensure you are trained to the standards of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 together with Fire Precautions (Workplace) Regulations 1997 (Amended 1999) and the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974.
This course is to inform the learner of current legislation relating to Fire Safety and how this applies to their organization To have a basic understanding as to what to do in the case of a fire outbreak in their working environment.
This course has been designed for all staff who work in areas where patients/service users are seen and should include ancillary staff and volunteers. Therefore everyone working in the care profession needs to have an awareness of the principles of Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation(CPR), The recovery position and to have knowledge of a defibrillator use and its purpose.
The COSHH course is ideal for induction or refresher training to the regulations, (amended 2015). The COSHH Regulations (2002) are designed to protect people against risks to their health when dealing with or being exposed to hazardous substances.
This course is designed to raise awareness of the importance of safeguarding vulnerable people. It is aimed at staff working in the care sector. Staff undertaking this course will be in a better position to apply the company Safeguarding, protection policy, and the procedures.
This course is aimed at staff working in a variety of care settings and ensures that they come away with a good awareness of the principles of correct communication and record keeping within the care setting in which they are employed.
This course is for all staff already involved in End of Life (palliative) care and for those who may be likely to care for those approaching the end of their life. Delegates will gain an understanding of attitudes and of the fears relating to the end of life, and of the responsibilities of their role as a carer.