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This course on acquired brain injury aims to demonstrate to the learner how to discover the structure and function of the brain and to recognise the impact of an acquired brain injury
Activity Planning is designed to help those who work in social care enrich the lives of others. The course will enable you to plan activities promoting independence, so that individuals can stay active and engaged with their community. The course will help identify familiar challenges and give you the skills to be able to make a significant difference to someone else’s life.
This course has been created to help you understand Anxiety and ways in which you may come across it when supporting others.
Basic Emergency Aid is designed to cover all fundamental elements of first aid. To be able to deal with the most common first aid scenarios confidently, from a minor bleed all the way to a non-breathing casualty. This course will give you the skills to understand your role as a first aider, and how to do basic first aid treatment. If you’re new to first aid looking to have a better understanding, or looking for a refresher, this could be the course for you.
Bed rails are a great tool to keep vulnerable people safe. This course will help identify the pitfalls of poor use of bed rails and conversely, how to use them safely. How to risk assess an individual’s needs and whether bedrails are appropriate. How to use bed rails safely, they can promote safety and reduce the risks associated with a fall out of bed.
We have created this course on Bipolar to help you to understand Bipolar and ways in which you may encounter it when supporting other people.
The Care Planning course is designed to help carers plan and promote effective communication with all stakeholders. Helping to promote an individual’s interests and independence. This course will give you the tools to create a care plan that can empower those being cared for.
The Challenging Behaviour course is designed to help anyone working in social care to be able to better deal with situations that can be challenging. The course identifies triggers, possible causes, how to record what happened. Therefore helping with challenging situations in a constructive way, minimising stress and risk.
This Communication course is designed to help anyone working in social care to better communicate. To understand what is involved in effective communication. The course will identify how miscommunication can happen and what to do when it does. What environmental factors and individual factors can affect communication skills.
Continence Awareness course can help identify the factors involved in the care of people with continence issues. To understand the importance of continence and the effects of poor continence care.
Coping with Aggression in the Workplace will aid awareness of what is aggression. The course will identify how and why to report and record aggression. It will help to give you the skills to be able to deal with aggression and what kind of procedures could be in place to keep people everyone safe.
Control Of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) course can help understand how to deal with and dispose of chemicals which could be harmful. It will give you the skills to risk assess and how to promote safe use. The course will help identify different piece of legislations that is involved in safe use of chemicals and what your and employers’ roles are when dealing with chemicals.
Death, Dying and Bereavement course is designed to help people working in social care help clients have a ‘good’ death. This course will walk you through, what leads up to someone passing away and how to talk about death. When dying starts, to help process what a person will go through after that prognosis has been given. This course will help identify and promote individuals needs and what is the process after someone has passed away. Everyone deserves to have a good death.
Dementia Awareness course has been created to help anyone understand the challenges that both carers and an individual will face. The course will look at the most common types of dementia. It will also look at an individual needs with this condition and how the carer can have a positive effect on the person with the condition.
This course has been created to help you to understand ways in which Depression may manifest in others and offers guidance on how you may support others when you come across it.
This Diabetes course has been created because in the UK 5 million people have a form of diabetes and it is predicted to increase. The course will explain the different types of diabetes and what makes them different different. It will help you spot the signs and symptoms and what to do. It will help you understand your role in supporting a person living with this condition and it will go through the complications that someone could face if they don’t manage their diabetes.
This Diet and Nutrition course highlights the importance of a balanced diet and will explain the effects of a poor diet. It will help you support others to have balanced diet. The course explains the importance of different foods and the ‘eat well’ plate. It explains how the environment can also affect someone’s diet and how to support someone who needs help with their diet.
Dignity and Respect course will showcase the importance of treating everyone with both dignity and respect. The course will cover how to promote dignity and respect, looking at appropriate behaviours and and how to challenge inappropriate behaviours. The course looks at the 10 point dignity challenge (introduced by National Dignity Council) and how each point can be applied in context.
Dysphagia course is designed to build awareness of dysphagia and how common it can be. The course will help you understand what can cause this condition. The course will highlight the risks and the common problems associated with the condition. This course will aid you in how to support someone when it comes to mealtimes and how to modify their diet where needed.
We have created this course which will help you to understand eating disorders and ways in which you may come across it when supporting others. Once you have completed the course you should be able to understand what eating disorders are, how to recognise them in an individual and how to support someone with an eating disorder
Epilepsy Awareness course is designed to create a greater awareness of epilepsy. The course will look at the different triggers and types of seizures. It will cover what to do if someone has a seizure and how to support someone to manage this condition safely.
The Equality, Diversity and Inclusion course was created to better promote equality, diversity and Inclusion in social care. The course will support you to understand what Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is and its importance to both for yourself and those you are looking after. It will give you the skills to be able to work in an inclusive way and be able to promote respect for all. It will explain the legislation that has an impact on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and your role within your workplace.
Falls Safety Awareness course was created because falls is one of the biggest leading causes of death in the over 75. The course will help you to identify the causes of a fall. The different types and the factors which and cause a fall both person specific and environmental. The course will support you to reduce the likelihood of a falls and what to do if one does happen including reporting and recording.
Fire Safety and Awareness course is designed to highlight the risks of a fire within your workplace, how to reduce risk and what to do if a fire does occur. The course will cover the different causes of a fire in the UK, the types of injuries and when a fire is most likely to happen. The course looks at ways to reduce the likelihood of a fire by hazard spotting and risk assessing. It will also cover the legislation and types of equipment you may have in a workplace. The course also helps you to understand the importance of individual Personal Emergency Evacuation Plans (PEEP’s).
Food Hygiene and Safety course is designed to promote good food safety within your workplace. The course will cover the different legislations that affect food handling. It will look at the risks of poor food hygiene and the leading cause of food poisoning.
This course will help you to understand the subject of gender and sexual diversity and what the law says about it. The course will also reference some of the terms associated with this subject, why we need to make changes in this area and how to create inclusive environments.
Redcrier’s Health and Safety course has been created to promote safety within all workplaces. The course will cover the legislation and responsibilities of both employers and employees. It will equip you with the skills to be able to spot hazards and be able to reduce risks, by risk assessing and positive action taking. The course looks at the causes of breaches in health and safety and who enforces health and safety law.
Redcrier’s Infection Control course helps identify the importance of good infection control, which has been thrown into the spotlight in the last couple of years. The course will support you to understand the importance of infection control from both a legislative and inspection point of view. It looks at what could go wrong and the leading cause of infection. How to promote best practice and assess who’s most at risk.
Redcrier’s Information Governance course is designed to help social care staff understand their responsibilities when it comes to information handling. The course will help you deal with all the information that you are handling in a safe responsive way. The course sets out the legislation that governs our private information and our role to prevent breaches or data leaks. This course will give you the skills to be able to record and report in line with all current regulations.
The Learning Disability Awareness course had been designed to help create a greater understanding of learning disabilities. It sets out the legislation that you need to be aware of. It builds on the person-centred approach so that we look at the whole picture not just the disability. This course is designed to help improve communication skills. It will help you develop skills to be able to support someone with a disability in an individual way and promote their independence.
This Malnutrition course is designed to create greater awareness of the risks and results of malnutrition. The course will look into the causes of malnutrition. It helps guide learners to understand what a health balanced diet is. The course sets workout who is at risk and what measure to take to create better nutrition and prevent malnutrition from happening in the first place. It will support you to have the skills to be able to help someone with malnutrition overcome the issues that they could be facing.
The Mental Capacity Act (2005) course is designed to offer guidance around the current safeguarding legislation. The course sets out how to support someone who may be struggling to make a decision for themselves. It sets out what kind of decisions are covered be the law. It works through the two-stage test of capacity. The course also covers Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) and how to work within the framework set out to protect someone from harm.
This course is designed to help you be aware of those around you and to help you to recognise when they may need a little more understanding or need signposting to areas of support.
The Mental Health Matters course is designed to shine a light on mental health. The course looks at the different types of mental health disorder the stigma around mental health. It will cover issues that can lead to poor mental health and the legislation that has an impact on all workplaces regarding mental health. By the end of this course we hope that you will have a greater confidence to be able to support someone with their mental health.
This course ensures the learner is aware of the current moving and handling guidelines. The course offers guidance on how to avoid poor techniques and therefore minimising the risk of injury. This course covers the basics of stance, posture in a safe and effective manner.
This course offers an awareness of the current moving and handling guidelines. The course suggests how to minimise risks by demonstrating the proper technique. This course covers the basics of stance, posture in a safe and effective manner.
This short course has been designed to help the learner discover the importance of oral health and how it impacts on other areas of physical and mental wellbeing.
This Parkinson’s course will look at the second most common age-related brain disorder in the UK. It will explore what Parkinson’s is and looks at possible causes of the condition. The course will dive into how to support someone living with Parkinson’s in a person-centred-way. It will also highlight the signs and symptoms of Parkinson’s so that the correct action can be taken swiftly so that the person can have a good quality of life and what support is out there.
Person Centred Approaches course was created to support the learner to be able to support people in an individual way, to be able to understand what person-centred values are. This course will explore how we can all work in a person-centred way to increase the quality of an individual’s life. To understand their hope’s, fears and support them in their life. It will help you to understand how to support someone to make their own choices within the framework created by Care Quality Commision.
This course has been designed to help you understand Personality Disorders and the ways in which you may come across them when supporting others.
This Pressure Sore Prevention and Awareness course will highlight why pressure sore is an important subject to be able to deal with effectively. It will look at the causes and the signs and symptoms of pressure sore and who is at risk. It will look at how to prevents and treat a pressure sore.
Radicalisation is the process by which an individual or group adopts an increasingly extreme political social or religious view. An individual may be drawn to this for many reasons. This course is aimed at raising awareness of the Prevent Strategy. The course is designed to help recognise if someone is at risk of being radicalised and know how to raise concern and offer support.
This Record Keeping course will show why record keeping is an important subject to be able to get correct. The course will cover the importance of accurate record keeping. It highlights the different types of records that are used in social care. It will highlight the common mistakes that are made in record keeping, how to prevent this from happening and what good record keeping looks like.
Risk Assessment course content is designed to show the importance of risk assessments in everything we do. It will explore the relevant legislation and why ariskn assessments are so important. The course will support you step by step to be able to understand how to do a risk assessment. The different elements of a risk assessment from hazard spotting to affective control measure. The course will also cover why good communication is key in a good risk assessment.
Safe Handling of Medicines course was created to highlight the mistakes made in handling of medication in social care and how to improve safer handling of medicines. The course will cover the legislation and regulations that have an impact on safe handling of medication. The course will look at the policies and procedures from ordering all the way to safe disposal. This course will help to create a person-centred strategy when it comes supporting someone with their medication.
Safeguarding Adults was created to help improve the outcomes for social care when dealing with vulnerable people safely. The course will look at which groups of adults are at risk from abuse. The different types of abuse, the signs and symptoms of each type. Who is likely to be an abuser and why. The course will look at what can be done to keep everyone safe from abuse and what to do is abuse is suspected.
Safeguarding Advanced course is designed to work to highlight the safeguarding actives and legislations that it works under. It will help you understand the safeguarding process that social care has to work with. How to deal with safeguarding alerts and how to respond to them. This course will help to achieve good outcomes through effective process.
Safeguarding Children’s course has been created to highlight the importance of safeguarding children when they enter an adult social care environment, be that to visit a family member of on a school trip. This course will spotlight the legislation around child safeguarding and how to make policies and procedures child centred. It will help to promote their children’s rights. How to work in partnership will other agencies to build awareness of different forms of safeguarding issues. This course will support you to be able know what to do is abuse is suspected.
The aim of this course is to give you an understanding of Schizophrenia which in turn will help you to support others that are impacted by the condition.
This Sepsis course has been created to highlight the growing problem of Sepsis in the UK and in social care. This course will explore what Sepsis is, how to spot it, the complications it can cause and how to get them the right care treatment. This condition can affect any age group so this course will look at to spot the different sign or symptoms in each age group. This course will also help to design a person-centred treatment plan to support someone after they have had Sepsis.
Our Stroke Awareness course is designed to support anyone to have a greater awareness of what a Stroke is. This course will explain the different types of a Stroke and the possible causes. How we can reduce the risk factors associated with a Stroke. The course will also cover what to do from a first aid point of view if someone has a Stroke. It will also look at what your role will be to support someone after they have had a Stroke, help them to recovery and have a positive outcome afterwards.
Supervisory Skills course is designed to support anyone in social care who is in a leadership role that means they are organising work for someone else. It will look at your role and importance of good supervisory skills. The course will break down the different elements of a supervisory from time management, supervision and how to motivate people. Why standards are important and how to maintain those standards. This course will look at the challenges that you may face like stress and how to manage it.
Supporting People with Autism course is designed to create greater awareness of what Autism is. This course will help to break down barriers and misunderstanding linked with Autism. It will open your eyes to see how a person with Autism may see the world. It will highlight the three areas of social difficulties that they may face. How to communicate with this person effectively. The course will look at how to promote person centred approach and how to support someone with the possible challenges they could face.
Redcrier’s The Care Worker was created to highlight the positive role that care workers play in adult social care. The course will cover the challenges that care workers face and possible strategies to support overcoming these challenges in a person cantered way. The course will look at what are professional boundaries are, duty of care and how to maintain them. It will look at care planning and effective communication and their importance in modern social care.
Understanding Mental Health course is designed to highlight the importance of not just physical health but mental health as well and its effect on a person. The course looks at different types of mental health condition and how to support someone struggling with their mental health. How person-centred approach can support someone with their mental health.
Wellbeing course is designed to promote what ‘Wellbeing’ is and its importance. It will draw links between healthily living verse poor lifestyles. The course supports you to improve your wellbeing and its role in care as a whole.
Wheelchair Safety will give you the ability to understand the importance of wheelchair safety. It will explore different types of wheelchairs. How to check that the wheelchair is safe to use. What legislation, regulations effect the use of wheelchairs. It will look at how to risk assess the safe use / transporting of a person in a wheelchair. This course will look at how to move someone in a wheelchair and the effects of the environment can have on safe use.
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