"Staff responsible for the management and administration of medication must be suitably trained and competent and this should be kept under review" - Regulated Activities 12(2)(g)

This training session is based on the QCF unit for Diploma in Health and Social care and will provide participants with the knowledge required to safely administer medication. Older people in care homes are among the most vulnerable members of our society, reliant on care home staff for many of their everyday needs. A combination of complex medical conditions may lead to the need to take multiple medications with care home residents taking 7‐8 medications on average. It is important that staff are appropriately trained to reduce the number of medication errors.
-Our training is fully compliant to the Care Quality Commission's published standards in Health and Social Care -
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Aim:

To provide all participants with the knowledge to be able to administer medication and monitor effects.

The course content:

The course is divided into five modules and includes an assessment at the end:

Legislation.
Common types of medication and their uses.
Procedures and techniques for administering medication.
How to prepare for administering medication.
How to dispose of unused medication.

Certification:

A certificate of attendance is awarded on completion of the course; this is subject to satisfaction of the instructor and at the end of the course assessments..

Course fee: £150 including a maximum of 12 staff members
Medication
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