Human Touch Training are able to deliver a large number of Care Sector Courses enabling students to gain their Care Certificate as quickly as possible. Courses may be required under statutory legislation such as First Aid and Health and Safety Awareness or may form part of a team’s Continuing Personal Development training such as dementia awareness or Mental Capacity Act.

The courses are relevant for private carers, Nursing Staff and Carers working in both a Private and a Residential Care Setting.

Every course is fully accredited by a National Organisation and students will receive a certificate of attendance or achievement at the end of the course. Healthcare regulating and inspecting bodies are increasingly wanting to see that healthcare training being delivered is by competent trainers who are fully accredited to deliver subject specific courses mapped to healthcare standards and outcomes set by regulating bodies such as CQC, HSE, etc

The courses are closely aligned with those required by staff looking to gain their care certificate

The standards

  1. Understand your role
  2. Your personal development
  3. Duty of care
  4. Equality and diversity
  5. Work in a person centred way
  6. Communication
  7. Privacy and dignity
  8. Fluids and nutrition
  9. Awareness of mental health, dementia and learning disabilities
  10. Safeguarding adults
  11. Safeguarding children
  12. Basic life support
  13. Health and safety
  14. Handling information
  15. Infection prevention and control

Most courses last for 3 hours, except the Moving and Handling of People which is a full day. Courses are extremely cost effective and are delivered either at our Training Centre in Deeping St James or at a location which suits you.

The ‘people movers’ course is particularly popular. This course is for staff in residential care / nursing homes and those providing care in the community who may be called upon to undertake training and assessment of manual handling tasks. The course will equip participants with a thorough knowledge of the Manual Handling Operations Regulations 1992 which came into force on 1st January 1993, and the prescribed method by which employees can minimise the risk of injury while undertaking manual handling operations in the course of their normal duties.

 

Courses Available

  • Moving and Handling of People.
  • Medication Awareness.
  • Mental Capacity Act and DoLS.
  • Equality and Diversity.
  • Infection Prevention and Control.
  • Safeguarding Adults.
  • Healthcare Fire Safety.
  • Dementia Awareness.
  • Person Centred Care.
  • COSHH Awareness.
  • Healthcare Safety.
  • Healthcare Risk Assessment.