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£5

Advance Care Planning & Record Keeping

This advanced care planning and record-keeping course will give an overview of what advance care planning offers, how to introduce advance care planning, and proper record-keeping procedures for advance care plans.

£5

Awareness of Equality, Diversity and Human Rights

This course will give an overview of knowledge needed by staff working in the health sector regarding equality, diversity, and human rights. Learners will understand the importance of language and communication, the impact of legislation, the benefits of equality and diversity, and understand discrimination.

£5

Blood Transfusions

This course will provide an introduction to blood transfusions for those not directly involved in blood sampling or the decision to administer blood transfusions.

£5

Bullying & Harassment in the Workplace

This course will give an overview of bullying and harassment in the workplace, what is considered unacceptable behaviour, antecedents for bullying, effects of bullying on health, and interventions.

£15

Conflict Resolution

This 3-course bundle will give an overview of how to develop an awareness of the risks of providing help to the general public and learn how to manage conflict. You’ll learn what help is available to effectively and safely support you as you try to resolve conflicts.

£5

Conflict Resolution in Primary Care

This course will give an overview of how to develop an awareness of the risks of providing help to the general public and learn how to manage conflict. You’ll learn what help is available to effectively and safely support you as you try to resolve conflicts.

£5

Conflict Resolution: An Introduction Level 1

This course will give an overview of what conflict is, how to develop an awareness of conflict, and how to protect staff members from conflict.

£5

Conflict Resolution: Contributing Factors Level 2

This course will give an overview of the warning signs of anger and stages of anger, the causes of conflict, how communication breaks down, and strategies for managing conflict.

£5

Conflict Resolution: Strategies for Communicating Level 3

This course will give an overview of strategies used to resolve conflicts, as well as reporting and finding support after a conflict has occurred.

£5

COSHH

This course will give an overview of what COSHH is and how it is used in health and social care settings.

£5

Domestic Violence and Abuse – Level 1

This course will give an overview of multi-agency working for domestic violence and abuse. Identification, prevention, and ways to reduce domestic violence will be discussed.

£5

Female Genital Mutilation

This course will give an overview of what female genital mutilation is, the health implications, and how health and social care workers can safeguard and protect females under 18.

£10

Fire Safety Awareness

This 2-course bundle course will give an overview of the nature and causes of fire in healthcare facilities, including instructions on what to do when a fire starts, how to prevent fires, and proper signage and equipment.

£5

Fire Safety Awareness: An Introduction

This course will give an overview of the nature and causes of fire in healthcare facilities, fire regulations, and general safety measures for fire safety.

£5

Fire Safety Awareness: Fire Signs, Guides, Equipment, and Evacuation

This course will give an overview of the nature and causes of fire in healthcare facilities, including instruction on what to do when a fire starts, how to prevent fires, and proper signage and equipment.

£5

First Aid (Resuscitation) Level 2 Course

This course will give an overview of training related to adult resuscitation including emergency response, chest compressions, airway management, and the use of an AED.

£5

First Aid – Basic Life Support (Resuscitation) Course

This course will give an overview of the signs of cardiac arrest, how to respond appropriately, how to summon help, and how to deliver effective chest compressions.

£5

First Aid Paediatrics : CPR, Choking, and Resuscitation

This course will give an overview of paediatric resuscitation (ages 1-16 years) including airway management, chest compressions, choking, a DNACPR, and the paediatric resuscitation team.

£5

Hand Hygiene

This course will give an overview of the implications of not using proper hand hygiene, how to perform proper hand hygiene, and when to use proper hand hygiene.

£5

Health Safety and Welfare

This course will give an overview of the responsibilities employers and employeesshave toensure facilities are safe for patients, visitors, and staff members. Risk management and procedures for reporting health and safety violations are also discussed.

£15

Infection Prevention and Control for Clinical Workers

This 3-course bundle will give an overview of prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection, the effects of infections, how infections are spread, and how to help prevent the spread of infection.

£10

Infection Prevention and Control for Non-Clinical Workers

This 2-course bundle will give an overview of prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection, the effects of infections, how infections are spread, and how to help prevent the spread of infection.

£5

Infection Prevention and Control Level 1 In Health & Social Care

This course will give an overview of prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection, how they are spread, and the impact these infections have on patients and your duty of care.

£5

Infection Prevention and Control Level 2 in Health & Social Care

This course will give an overview of the use of standard measures for the prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection and how to apply principles of infection control into your practice.

£5

Infection Prevention and Control: Level 1 An introduction

This course will give an overview of prevention and control of healthcare-associated infection, the effects of infections, how infections are spread, and how to help prevent the spread of infection.

£5

Infection Prevention and Control: Level 2 (An understanding)

This course will give an overview of the chain of infection, the principles of asepsis, and proper hand hygiene. Personal protective equipment and cleaning procedures will be discussed

£5

Infection Prevention and Control: Level 3 – Compliance and Management

This course will give an overview of infection-related standards of care, codes of practice, and prevention programmes. Risk assessments and reporting concerns will be discussed.

£5

Information Governance

This course will give an overview of the principles of data protection, confidentiality, freedom of information requests, and subject access requests.

£10

Medicines Control & Administration (Medication Management)

This 2-course bundle will give an overview of systems and processes for using and managing controlled drugs safely in a care setting. Compliance with legislation, governance, and addressing safety risks with controlled drugs will be discussed.

£5

Medicines Management in Care Homes

This course will give an overview of recommendations for good practice on processes and systems for managing medicines in care home facilities.

£5

Medicines Management in Social Care

This course will give an overview of recommendations for good practice on processes and systems for managing medicines in care home facilities for adults, young people, and children.

£5

Moving and Handling of Objects

This course will give an overview of what moving and handling is, how injuries occur, and how to assess and manage risk when completing manual handling tasks in primary care.

£5

Need for Consent (Level 4)

This course will give an overview of the CQC’s Regulation 11 pertaining to the need for consent when providing care or treatment.

£5

Palliative & End of Life Care

This course will give an overview of palliative and end of life care in health and social care settings, including core competences and inter-professional and inter-organisational collaboration.

£5

Parkinson’s Disease

This course will give an overview of what Parkinson’s Disease is, it’ impact on communication and cognition, and how the disease is managed.

£5

Personal Protective Equipment

This course will give an overview of personal protective equipment for those working in health and social care, including how to work safely during sustained transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19).

£5

Premises and Equipment in Care (level 4)

This course will give an overview of Regulation 15, which regulates premises and equipment. Cleaning, equipment, and storage of equipment will be discussed.

£5

Preventing Falls

This Preventing Slips Trips and Falls Course will give an overview of falls risk and assessment in older adults, as well as your role and responsibilities in following appropriate guidelines to prevent falls.

£5

Principles of Consent

This course will give an overview of the key principles of valid consent with capable adults, when and how staff should seek valid consent, the different ways consent can be given, and what to do if consent is refused. Adults who do not have the capacity to give consent will also be discussed.

£10

Promoting Understanding of Equality, Diversity, & Human Rights

This course will give an overview of key issues regarding equality, diversity, and human rights. Develop an understanding of the protected characteristics and know how to apply what you’ve learned in a health or social care environment.

£5

Receiving and Acting on Complaints in Care (Level 4)

This course will give an overview of the CQC’s Regulation 16: Receiving and acting on complaints. Identifying, receiving, handling, and responded to service users complains will be discussed.

£5

RIDDOR

This course will give an overview of RIDDOR and the duties it places on employers, the self-employed, and others to report occupational diseases, dangerous occurrences, or serious workplace accidents.

£5

Risk Assessments

This course will give an overview of using risk assessments to manage health and safety at work and to consider what might cause harm to people.

£5

Safeguarding Adults Level 1

This course will give an overview of safeguarding and the role of health and social care workers play in working with and identifying vulnerable adults.

£5

Safeguarding Adults Level 2

This course will give an overview of how to respond and act to potential and actual safeguarding issues for staff who are a designated safeguarding lead and/or a designated referrer

£5

Safeguarding Adults Level 3 Course

This course will give an overview of safeguarding and covers competencies required where staff engage in the assessment, planning, and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns.

£5

Safeguarding Children Level 1

This course will give an overview of safeguarding and the statutory duty of all staff to safeguard children.

£5

Safeguarding Children Level 2

This course will give an overview of safeguarding and the role health and social care workers play in working with and identifying vulnerable children. This course provides a more detailed understanding of safeguarding for those who work with children on a regular basis.

£5

Safeguarding Children Level 3

This course will give an overview of assessment, evaluation, and interventions related to safeguarding and child protection.

£5

The Mental Capacity Act and Liberty Safeguards

This course will give an overview of what the Mental Capacity Act is, who it applies to, and gives a structured approach to the assessment of a person’s mental capacity.

£5

Venous Thromboembolism

This course will give an overview of venous thromboembolism in adults, including deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.

£5

Violence Against Women

This course will give an overview on violence against women, domestic abuse, and sexual violence including what it looks like and what can be done to help.

£5

What is Dementia?

This course will provide an introduction to dementia for anyone who will be working in social and health care environments. The types of dementia, symptoms of dementia, and ways in which we interact with patients are discussed.

£5

Whistleblowing

This course will give an overview of what whistleblowing is, the policies around whistleblowing, and raising concerns.

£5

Work related skin diseases

This course will give an overview of work-related skin disease and how skin disease can be avoided.

£5

Working with Display Screen Equipment

This course will give an overview of the health risks of working with display screen equipment and employer requirements.

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What’s the difference between Statutory and Mandatory Healthcare Training? 

Good quality training is vital for everyone who works in health and social care. It enables them to carry out their duties effectively and efficiently, which in turn helps to keep both the client and the employee safe.

But some training is particularly important, and this is known as either statutory training or mandatory training. These terms are frequently used in care training course descriptions, but what do they mean and is there a difference between mandatory and statutory training?

What is Statutory Training

Statutory training is usually training that is required by law or by a statutory body to ensure a safe working environment for staff. This type of training is necessary to fulfill the requirements of specific legislation such as the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

Healthcare workers may be required to take health and safety awareness training which covers topics such as:

  • Local health and safety policy
  • Control of substances hazardous to health (COSHH)
  • Fire safety awareness
  • Manual handling
  • Risk assessment

Depending on the specific role and care setting, statutory training could also cover areas such as Infection, Prevention and Control training or Sharps training.

Statutory training is usually carried out as part of an induction programme for new employees and also in refresher training for existing staff. Attendance on this type of training course is often included in the terms and conditions of employment so failure to complete the training could lead to dismissal.

Mandatory Training

Mandatory training is training that the health care provider has determined is essential in order for their employees to provide safe and efficient care services. It is designed to reduce risk in the care setting and comply with local or national policies.

The specific mandatory healthcare training courses that are required will depend on the employee’s job description and the care setting. A wide range of topics could be included such as: 

  • Blood transfusion processes
  • Clinical record keeping
  • Complaints handling
  • Dementia awareness
  • Medicines handling and management
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Raising concerns and whistleblowing

Work related training is counted as ‘working time’ under the Working Time Regulations 1998. Mandatory training will usually be carried out during work hours, and staff who complete training during off duty hours should be given time off to compensate. 

It can be difficult to determine whether training is statutory or mandatory, and the term ‘mandatory training’ is often used to refer to any training that affects health and safety at work. For ease, some health care organisations refer to both mandatory and statutory training using the catch-all terms ‘essential’ or ‘compulsory’ training. 

Whichever term is used, this training is vital to reduce the risk of accidents and increase safety in health care settings. And enrolling staff on online healthcare training courses is a convenient way to deliver statutory and mandatory training without staff having to spend time off-site.

Caredemy health and social care courses provide 12 months’ access to high quality online materials which have been designed by industry experts to meet CQC requirements. Our user-friendly Learner dashboard allows staff to keep track of their progress so that they can easily pick a course up where they left off. The dashboard also allows you to monitor their progress and track their certification to help with inspections. 

In fact, we’re so confident that you will be satisfied with our health and social care training courses that we offer a 14 day Money Back guarantee. 

You can book Caredemy health care training courses through our website or by contacting contacting our Student Support Team on 0203 488 7599 or by email at [email protected]

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