Title: Introduction To Care
Duration: 1 Day
Maximum Students: 12
Certification: In House or awarding body
The purpose of this training session is to provide a group of staff within the workplace who have no experience of care, an introduction into the basic skills required to deliver a person the best standard of care. Ideal for employers who staff require consistency in training new workers.
Who should take this course?
This unit is relevant to new workers who are engaged in personal care to
clients in all care settings such as hospital, residential, care homes or in
the client’s own home.
By the end of the course, learners should be able to:
1. Recognise main barriers to communication.
2. Understand how to communicate effectively
3. Understand the effect of food on the body and general health
4. Understand how to make changes to supplement illness
5. Identify key minerals and nutrients required by the body
6. Understand the importance of adequate hydration.
7. Know how to provide an adequate diet, both nutritionally and practically
8. Understand how to provide support with personal care.
9. Develop confidence in recording and observation skills
10. Understand the most common causes of incontinence
11. Regard toileting as an individual exercise
12. Focus on a holistic approach to the individual
13. Demonstrate when and how to report abuse/neglect.
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