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  • Sale! Conflict Resolution Course

    Primary Care Conflict Resolution (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This session provides an introduction to the Conflict Resolution course. In this session, you will see why it is so important to be able to diffuse conflict that sometimes occurs in healthcare settings.

    By the end of this session you will be able to:

    • Explain why it is important for people who work in primary care to have training in conflict resolution
    • Differentiate between physical and non-physical assault
    • Determine whether you are at risk of experiencing conflict in your role in primary care

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care – A patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! General Awareness CSTF Training Course

    Primary Care Equality, Diversity and Human Rights – General Awareness (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This course looks at the key issues surrounding equality and diversity and is a general awareness course. The specific aspects of equality and diversity are also covered in more detail in the promoting equality and diversity modules.

    By the end of this session you will:

    • Understand what is meant by equality and diversity
    • Understand the nature and process of discrimination
    • Increase your own awareness of discrimination
    • Understand the importance of communication and language
    • Understand how to use power responsibly
    • Be aware of the relevant UK legislation, strategies and policies

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

     

  • Sale! Primary Care Fire Safety Certificate

    Primary Care Fire Safety (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This session provides an introduction to Fire Safety and looks at why it is important for you to be able to understand how fires are caused, how they spread and why it is essential for you to be able to prevent fires from spreading.

    After completing this session you should:

    • Understand the nature of fire and why fires start
    • Know the components needed to make a fire burn
    • Understand the principal causes of fire
    • Understand the characteristics of smoke and how to prevent its spread in buildings

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! Primary Health and Safety Awareness Course

    Primary Care Health, Safety and Welfare (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This session provides an introduction to Health and Safety Awareness and looks at why health and safety is an important part of the workplace.

    By the end of this session you should:

    • Know why we have health and safety
    • Understand responsibility and risk in health and safety
    • Know about health and safety legislation
    • Understand the culture of health and safety

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! Certification in Infection Prevention and Control

    Primary Care Infection Prevention and Control for Clinical Staff (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This session provides an introduction to infection prevention and control and has been specifically written for experienced healthcare assistants and clinical staff.

    By the end of this session you will be able to:

    • Explain what a healthcare-associated infection (HCAI) is and how these infections spread
    • Describe the impact healthcare-associated infections have on patients and your duty of care to patients
    • Describe how healthcare staff can help prevent infections from spreading
    • Explain when your own personal health may pose a risk of infection to patients

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! Infection Prevention and Control for Non Clinical Staff

    Primary Care Infection Prevention and Control for Non-clinical Staff (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This session provides an introduction to infection prevention and control and has been specifically written for non-clinical staff such as healthcare assistants who are new to the role, porters, administrative staff, receptionists, laundry and cleaning staff, carers and volunteers.

    Some non-clinical staff, for example, more experienced healthcare assistants, may require more detailed training and may need to supplement their learning by completing the Infection Prevention and Control for Clinical Staff course which is more detailed.

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Explain what a healthcare-associated infection (HCAI) is and how these infections spread
    • Describe the impact healthcare-associated infections have on patients and your duty of care to patients
    • Describe how healthcare staff can help prevent infections from spreading
    • Explain when your own personal health may pose a risk of infection to patients

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! Moving and Handling Certificate Course

    Primary Care Moving and Handling (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This introductory course is designed specifically for Primary Care workers, working on the front line in the healthcare sector. The main parts of the course cover the practicalities of moving and handling in the workplace, specifically for patients.

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Know the legislation for moving and handling within the workplace
    • Know how to do a patient risk assessment, why this should be done, and understand the patient’s needs when being moved and handled
    • Know how to carry out a patient assessment within Primary Care

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.

  • Sale! Patient Moving and Handling Training Course

    Primary Care Patient Moving and Handling (CSTF) course

    Original price was: £20.00.Current price is: £9.47. £11.36 Inc VAT

    This introductory course is designed specifically for Primary Care workers, working on the front line in the healthcare sector. The main parts of the course cover the practicalities of moving and handling in the workplace, specifically for patients.

    Learning Outcomes:

    • Know the legislation for moving and handling within the workplace
    • Know how to do a patient risk assessment, why this should be done, and understand the patient’s needs when being moved and handled
    • Know how to carry out a patient assessment within Primary Care

    What is Primary & Secondary Care?

    Primary care is the first point of contact for someone when they contract an illness, suffer an injury or experience symptoms that are new to them. It is generally regarded as the ‘gateway’ to receiving more specialist care. This contact will be with a GP, Dentist or Optician.

    Secondary care is a patient who has been provided with primary care may be referred to a secondary care professional – a specialist with expertise on the patient’s issue. These are consultant-led services which include psychology, psychiatry and orthopaedics.