Simulation 1 cropped

(SIM) (SIMPOT) Simulation Training for Physio and Occupational Therapists

“SIMPOT” represents an opportunity for Physio and Occupational Therapy staff to develop skills in the identification and management of the deteriorating patient utilising challenging clinical scenarios in a full day immersive simulation based training program.

 

This course is for Physio and OT’s only

Simulation 1 cropped

(SIM) SIMTRACH

“SIMTRACH” is an educational package for therapy staff designed to explore the technical skills, safety related behaviours and non-technical aspects of tracheostomy care in the acute setting.

acs

ACS: Advanced Tracheostomy Course

A one day advanced course for staff on designated adult ward areas that care for patients with tracheostomies on a regular basis. Candidates will build upon knowledge learnt on the foundation tracheostomy course, learning skills and knowledge around pharmacological management, impact of tracheostomy on speech and swallowing, tracheostomy weaning, community management and practical skills of changing a tracheostomy.

PLEASE NOTE: 'All candidates must complete the Barts Foundation Tracheostomy course prior to booking onto this course'

PLEASE NOTE - Course Bookings close at the end of the day of 8.12.21

 

ACS courses

ACS: Foundation Tracheostomy Course

PLEASE NOTE THIS COURSE IS ONLY FOR THOSE STAFF THAT CARE FOR TRACHEOSTOMY PATIENTS 

Staff who are caring for adult patients with a tracheostomy, with up-to-date practical skills and knowledge to ensure patient safety and best practice. Skills stations cover care of the tracheostomy, resuscitation, emergency tube change and suctioning. 

List of the ward areas that care for Tracheostomy patients:

Royal London Hospital - 12D, 12E, 12F, 13E, 13F, 3E, RHDU, ACCU, A&E & Recovery

Newham Hospital - ICU, Stratford Ward, Heather Ward, Silvertown

Whipps Cross Hospital - ITU, AAU, Peace, Faraday, Nightingale 

St Barts Hospital - 3A & ACCU

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

acs

ACS: Invasive Pressure Monitoring

Designed for clinical staff working within Enhanced care units 1.5 or level 2/3 areas: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, medics

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

 The course is broken into two components; the first component includes an e-learning package that must be completed prior to attending the practical half day session. The e-learning package will include resources on vascular anatomy, advantages & disadvantages, complications, management of invasive lines, and relevant articles.

The practical session of this course is conducted in the medical simulation centres and will enable staff to practice using invasive lines and transducer sets. To conclude the practical session scenarios will be discussed and analysed where complications, trouble shooting and escalations has occurred.

ACS courses

ACS: REACT

React is a three day course designed for adult nurses which focuses on assessment, clinical skills, decision-making and treatment planning to prevent or manage deterioration and improve patient outcome through early intervention.
Pathophysiology of common disease processes that underlie patient deterioration are reviewed. Skills for assessment, monitoring and management are examined.

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

ACS courses

ACS: SIREN

The SIREN course teaches adult nursing staff how to anticipate, recognise and prevent critical illness at an early stage. A structured approach to assessment is undertaken to permit appropriate action in treating the acutely unwell. Communication training using the SBAR tool is covered. There is an assessable OSCE which reviews recognition, assessment and communication.

 

There is pre-reading required - MUST BE DONE BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE

Please log into Moodle https://education.bartshealth.nhs.uk/moodlelive for all Acute Care Skills course pre-reading, modules & e-learning and resources

 

acs

ACS: Tracheostomy Champions Training

Designed for clinical staff working within adult Tracheostomy patients: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, Physician Associates,  Advanced Practice Practitioners

  • Provide evidence of attending Foundation Tracheostomy course in last 3-5 years
  • Provides evidence of completed Tracheostomy competencies

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

 The course is conducted in the medical simulation centres for staff on designated ward areas that care for patients with tracheostomies on a regular basis. Candidates will build confidence in becoming a colleague mentor and contributing to developing Tracheostomy competencies in other staff. This will involve discussions regarding the current Tracheostomy competency framework, methods of enabling competency and task practice, delivering formal tracheostomy teaching and utilisation of Teaching resources. Tracheostomy Champions will become proficient mentors and promote future Tracheostomy training within their specific clinical areas.

acs

ACS: Understanding the Fundamentals of Oxygen

Designed for clinical staff: non-paediatric nursing, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, occupational Therapists, Physician Associates, Apprentice AHP’s, Advanced Practice Practitioners, medical Practitioners

PRE-COURSE WORK MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE ATTENDING THE COURSE - select More Info tab for Moodle link

The course is broken into two components; the first component includes an e-learning package that must be completed prior to attending the practical half day session. The e-learning package will include resources on responsibilities of healthcare workers when delivering oxygen, oxygen escalation scales, precautions, oxygen device information, pathophysiology of hypoxia, and relevant articles.

The practical session of this course is conducted in the medical simulation centres and will enable staff to practice and increase their confidence in using different oxygen devices including HFOT. Participants will receive advanced HFOT train the trainer teaching that will equipped them to teach other members of staff within their speciality areas. The course will be concluded by discussing common oxygen scenarios and interventions.

Please note: The sessions running on 30th March 2022 are for RLH staff only.

B - Epidural

Adult General Pain, PCA and Epidural (SBH/RLH only)Study Day

All staff are expected to attend the morning, only those who work in areas which take epidurals are expected to stay for the afternoon

Theoretical and practical aspects of general pain management, pain assessment, multimodal analgesia and Epidural delivery.

Epidural Study Guide -   assets/Barts-Health-Epidural-face-to-face-study-guide-2020-no-troubleshoting-converted.pdf   You will not be permitted to attend if the Study Guide has not been completed, the completion of the study guide is compulsory!

Adult Epidural Infusion Troubleshooting guide -  assets/Adult-Epidural-Infusion-Troubleshooting-guide-converted.pdf

Competency Document - to be completed after training on Epidurals - assets/Competency-Assessment-of-Safe-Practice-Epidural-Infusion-2020.docx

Attendance to the face-to-face teaching is preferable and gold standard. However, during the pandemic phase this may not be available. In this eventuality, please book yourself onto the ‘e-assessment adult epidural infusion module’ accessed via Wired.

All new staff should attend face to face training when available, and those who have not done training for more than 3 years

 

barts day3 270317 0003 1

Assessor Workshops

Registered Practitioners assessing Bands 2-4 to complete the Care Certificate

These workshops will give assessors the tools they need to assess healthcare support workers who have engaged with the care certificate programme.

barts day5 310317 0680

Bands 2-4 Healthcare Support Worker/AHP Therapy Assistants Pastoral Care & Support Sessions

The aim/objectives of these sessions is to support HSCWs/AHP Therapy assistants learners with their learning and development needs. Such as completing and achieving CCF standards/competences and any related clinical/programme competences/workbook.

In addition, the sessions will provide an avenue for discussing challenges relating to completion of standards/competences and the individual learner-centred support Bands 2-4 Team can organise/give to ensure compliance with CCF standards and other learning & development competencies.

 

barts day4 bartshosp 150318 0855

Bedside Emergency Assessment Course for Healthcare Staff (BEACH)

The BEACH Course is an educational programme designed and aimed at unregistered healthcare staff working in enhanced care or acutely ill and critical care who’s role may require them to act as ‘first responder’. The programme will equip unregistered staff to use increased skills, knowledge and confidence using a structured and prioritised approach in the initial recognition, assessment, care escalation and handover of the acutely ill, deteriorating and critical care patients.

 

IV Cannulation and Venepuncture

BH General Venepuncture & Cannulation Training

Professionally registered healthcare practitioners (including preceptees), designated assistant practitioners and health care support workers who will be undertaking peripheral Cannulation and Venepuncture/Phlebotomy.

This one day interactive workshop will teach you about cannulation and venepuncture.

Suitable for staff without previous training on Venepuncture and Cannulation.

 Mandatory V&C e-learning

Staff must complete the cannulation and venepuncture e-learning before booking/attending the session.

Please bring evidence of completing both modules to the face to face session.

 Cannulation e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it and include your NHS Trust, Job Title & Clinical Area as a mandatory field.

Access via this link : https://bbraunmedical.mylearningapp.com/login/signup.php

Once registration is completed, the system will ask you for enrolment key. Please use: Barts2021

 Venepuncture e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it. The Training consists of 8 modules, you must complete, and you need to achieve an overall score of 70%.

 Access via this link: 

 https://bd.elmg.net/?rc=621a9a4f7e23e646a93d0336e3072dbf

It is mandatory to read all the information in the ‘more information/pre-course work and resources’ section prior to attending the course. Candidates not completing all the required pre-course work will not be permitted into the session.

bowel

Bowel Care Course

The importance of  bowel care and management for adults with bowel dysfunction

To be able to provide effective bowel care to adult patients

Suitable for - Registered Nurses

rsz moving and handling

Clinical Update: Moving & Handling

This course aims to set high standards of care during patient moving and handling, improving our patients experience, dignity and safety whilst ensuring that staff comply with legal and professional requirements.

 

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

continence2

Continence Promotion for HCSW's

To promote continence and manage incontinence

To be able to provide bowel and bladder care to patients with urinary/ faecal incontinence

Suitable for - Health Care Support Workers

 

continence

Continence Promotion for Registered Nurses and Nursing Associates

Bladder and bowel assessment, types and management of urinary incontinence, constipation/ faecal incontinence, products

To be able to provide bowel and bladder care to patients with urinary/ faecal incontinence

Suitable for - Qualified Nurses and Nursing Associates

 

230316 barts day2 0585

Dementia and Delirium Training

Three Day Dementia and Delirium Training Course.
Training is being provided to ensure staff have an in depth knowledge of the needs of individuals living with dementia and delirium in hospital. Staff are required to attend all three days of the programme.
Day one will cover - Understanding patients living with dementia and delirium,
as well as Simulation and Communication.
Day two will cover – Legal aspects – DOLs/MCA and Physical Health.
Day three will cover – Implementation of positive change in practise.

barts day3 270317 0139

Dementia Champion

Dementia Champions have an in depth knowledge of the needs of individuals living with dementia in hospital. Dementia Champions are required to attend Day 1 and 2 full-day dementia training before attending the additional training course and are required to attend all three days of the programme. Dementia Champions will also be offered a quarterly update day which will include further dementia training

barts day3 270317 0139

Dementia Leadership

A 4 day specialist training course aimed at Band 6 and above clinical staff which focuses on empowering leaders to implement person centred dementia care. It is provided by external facilitators and includes contributions from people living with dementia and carers. It will incorporate project work to support participants in implementing and managing change in their area.

Challenging conversations in the workplace cropped

Effective Communication Skills: Managing Challenging Conversations

Communicating effectively with patients, relatives and colleagues has always been important and never more so than during the Coronavirus pandemic and it’s aftermath. Health Professionals are required to manage challenging conversations in person, over the telephone and also online.

Each medium of communication brings its own communication difficulties of course; conveying sad or bad news, managing expectations and dealing with strong emotions, are just a few examples of situations which Health Professionals face regularly, regardless of which medium is used.

This course creates a safe, supportive environment for working in small groups to explore these challenges and give participants the opportunity to enhance and develop skills and strategies to manage these difficult conversations confidently and effectively.

A - PCA

Epidural knowledge and skills study day - Newham Staff ONLY

Epidural Workshop 

Learning Outcomes - 

  • Update knowledge and competency
  • Promote safe environment
  • To deliver highest standard of care

Note this session is for Epidural only- if you need PCA, please look under the Clinical courses for "PCA knowledge and skills study day - Newham Staff ONLY"

fire training

Fire

This course is applicable to all staff and will cover the following:

  • The theory of Fire
  • Fire fighting equipment and how to use it
  • Fire Safety
  • Action to take in the event of a Fire

Please note:  We are piloting a new paperless attendance system. Please download the "CATQR" App from your chosen App store prior to attending this session. You will also require your Profile ID number to link your account.

 Using the App is not mandatory, however electronic registration on the day is.

Alternative eLearning Module

 Staff can now complete their basic fire safety training online by clicking the link below:

 

https://learning.bartshealth.nhs.uk/#/login (Please have your Profile ID to hand to log in)

 From here, select your Job Role, then Statutory and Mandatory Training, Essential Training, and then Fire Safety

 

Please note that staff at Newham University Hospital at Band 6 and above (plus band 5 clinical staff) need to attend a Fire Warden training session.

 

Please note below face to face training dates at West Wing Conference Suite at SBH is ONLY for staff that work at SBH.

All other staff should at this present time complete the Fire e-learning module as mentioned above

 

P1011771

Fire Wardens Training (Clinical)

 

An advanced face to face training session which also covers elements of site based training. Training items to include:

1) Importance of fire

2)Evacuation Principles/Strategy

3)Clinical Evacuation Decision Tree

4) Tabletop Evacuation Scenario Based.

Specific fire evacuation strategies will also be covered such as peronal evacuation plans, Fire Warden Check List

 

Note: This session is for clinical staff only clinical Band 5-7 (only Red or Amber staff). . There is a practical element involving using an extinguisher on a fire held outside. Please wear appropriate clothing with this in mind.

 

ghj

Fundamentals of Care Development Programme for HCSWs/Rehab SW/Therapists

The Fundamentals of Care Development Programme is a personal development programme for  Support Workers who wants to develop their themselves programme aims to build on the expansion of the existing Health Care support workers, who have already completed the Care Certificate, and to increase their awareness and improve patient experience for effective patient outcomes. This is a continuing professional development programme to equip the HCSWs with knowledge skills and behaviours to effectively provide safe and compassionate care. More importantly this programme gives the participants the opportunity to proficiently undertake Enhanced Care to patients who require closer monitoring or those patients who are at risk of harm to self or others.

Additionally, this programme will provide the HCSWs with the opportunity to undertake and lead a Quality Improvement project in their service clinical areas.

barts day3 royallondon 120318 0788

Fundamentals Of Care for Older people Nursing

Building on our already successful Trust Preceptorship Programme –this programme aims to ensure that each nurse is equipped with the most important skills and attitudes that they will need as a nurse in the National Health Service to care safely and compassionately for older people. This developmental programme also enables a streamlined approached to career development and progression. To this end, a structured educational programme, underpinned by workplace-based competence assessments, support and supervision, and a formal curriculum to guide nurses through their career is provided.The programme aims to develop and enhance knowledge, skills and behaviours in older people care nursing.  Participants will have the opportunity to develop of leadership and management capabilities  enabling them to improve the quality of older people nursing care.

Please complete the application form and email to: anna.dormile@nhs.net

Untitled 2

Fundamentals of Care: Band 6 Clinical Leadership and Management Programme

This programme is aimed at developing our Band 6 nursing, midwifery and Allied Health Professionals (AHP) colleagues and has been designed based on the feedback received from staff and management in clinical areas across Barts Health. The programme has been mapped against the nine domains of NHS Leadership Academy’s Health Care Leadership Model and has a strong focus in the Trust’s expectations of fulfilling the Bands 6 nursing, midwifery and AHP role

barts days1 220317 1179

Future Nurses Standards RLH General Venepuncture & Cannulation Training

This one day interactive workshop will teach you about cannulation and venepuncture

Only open for Royal London Registered nurse - not for HCA’s  ( to upskill current workforce on RLH site to comply with NMC new standards )

Suitable for staff without previous training on Venepuncture and Cannulation

Mandatory V&C e-learning

Staff must complete the cannulation and venepuncture e-learning before booking/attending the session.

Please bring evidence of completing both modules to the face to face session.

 Cannulation e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it and include your NHS Trust, Job Title & Clinical Area as a mandatory field.

Access via this link : https://bbraunmedical.mylearningapp.com/login/signup.php

Once registration is completed, the system will ask you for enrolment key. Please use: Barts2021

 Venepuncture e-learning:

You will need to create an account the first time you access it. The Training consists of 8 modules, you must complete, and you need to achieve an overall score of 70%.

 Access via this link: 

 https://bd.elmg.net/?rc=621a9a4f7e23e646a93d0336e3072dbf

It is mandatory to read all the information in the ‘more information/pre-course work and resources’ section prior to attending the course. Candidates not completing all the required pre-course work will not be permitted into the session.

TNAs

HCSW’s Education Day/Forum

The Barts Health Education Team  would like to invite all HCSWs/AHPs/ANAs Bands 2-4 for a monthly forum across sites

Aim:
1. Sharing updates on the recent events at Barts Health NHS  Trust
2. Career advice and development  pathways for  Bands 2-4 staff.
3. Develop a future workforce by sharing expert knowledge across the organisation.
4.Provide opportunities for showcasing Individual role experience  and  opportunity to  learn from each other.

New Project 52250

Intravenous Infusion Therapy and IVT Drug Calculation Workshop

This IVT Moodle webpage is to provide registered practitioners the information required on how to access and complete the Capital Nurse IVT e-assessment and e-passport on the Health Education for England e-LfH website.

It will in addition, provide Drug Calculation Workshop is suitable for all registered practitioners who administer medicines via intravenous route in their clinical practice. The workshop intends to support registered practitioners who require support or further help with the mathematical contents involved in drug calculations.

The aim of the workshop is to improve the drug-dosage calculation skills and knowledge of our registered practitioners with a view of  promoting safety in IV drugs administration in clinical practice.

Untitled2

Introduction to Cancer Care

This three-day course is aimed at practitioners who meet cancer patients as part of their daily work, but are not working in specialist areas.  The course will greatly enhance your knowledge and understanding of cancer, enabling you to provide better care to cancer patients at all stages of their treatment.

 

This course is exclusively for Bart’s staff and will be delivered in partnership with the Royal Marsden School

DSC 0022

Moving & Handling - Spinal Injured Patient

 

  • This course is intended for all staff  (nurses, doctors, allied health professionals) who work with neurological patients who have sustained a spinal cord injury.
  • This course aims to provide specialist moving and handling advice on how undertake a log roll technique for a spinal injured patient.  The purpose of the log roll is to maintain alignment of the whole spine while turning and moving a patient with a spinal injury. Information regarding the national care guidelines will be provided.
  •  Demonstration and practical hands on practice with  specialist equipment will be provided. This training will form part of your statutory mandatory training when you attend the full day.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

Moving-and-handling.jpg

Moving & Handling Link Worker (2 Day Training)

 This course is an excellent development opportunity for both qualified staff and health care support workers. Your link workers will help you to build best practice for patient safety and dignity during handling, as well as promote staff safety and wellbeing.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

Moving-and-handling.jpg

Moving and Handling: Therapeutic Training

Specialist moving and handling for Occupational therapists and Physiotherapist

  • Course recommended for: Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist , Therapy assistants.
  • This course aims to provide specific specialist moving and handling advice for manual and therapeutic handling risks faced by therapists  in challenging handling situations. Demonstration and practical hands on practice with  specialist equipment will be provided. This training will form part of your statutory mandatory training.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

NMPF

NON MEDICAL PRESCRIBER FORUM / CONFERENCE

Overall Aims

  • To provide a forum for all non-medical prescribers and trainees to network and share issues, developments audit and practice
  • To provide CPD updates relating to prescribing practice, legislations and trust policies and procedures

 

Learning Outcomes

  • Awareness in current legislation and National / regional/ local developments for non-medical prescribing
  • Aware of trusts developments for non-medical prescribers including policies and procedures
  • Update CPD for non-medical prescribing with a specific focus on implications and impact of co morbidities for NMPs
  • Networking and Sharing Practice
  • Awareness of CPD resources and development

 

Participants

All Bart’s Health Non-Medical prescribers

All Bart’s Health staff currently undertaking non-medical prescribing courses

Managers / Clinical team leaders wishing to learn more about non-medical prescribing or considering introduction

 

Paediatric NIV

Paediatric Diabetes Study Day

Full day study day on how to manage a newly diagnosed child or young person in an acute ward

Suitable for - Children's Nurses

Learning Outcomes

  • Be able to meet the MDT
  • Understand what is Diabetes and its management.
  • Understand the nursing management of DKA
  • How to use the meter and pump devices on the ward
  • How to manage a hypoglycaemia as per local guidelines 
  • How to manage a hyperglycaemia as per local guidelines 
  • How to do carb counting on the ward.
  • To understand the emotional impact on the child or young person and their family/carer from a Psychologist and parent vie. 

Paediatric NIV

Paediatric NIV and LTV Mandatory Study Day

Caring for children with tracheostomy or non invasive ventilation

Female nurse and child

Paediatric Pain and Diabetes Management – update for experience nurse

AM: 9:00-14:00 Paediatric Pain Management  update for experienced nurses, includes:

Epidural training - 9:00-10:30 and PCA/NCA, Entonox,

Pain guidelines training 10:30 - 14:00.

Nurses who don't require epidural training can attend the sessions from 10:30 - 14:00. Nurses who are new to the Trust and/or are not experienced in caring for children with epidural /PCA/NCA can be booked on the preceptorship pain study day (please contact the PDNs) or please contact the Pain CNSs to discuss specific requirements. ​

PM: 14:00-17:00 Paediatric Diabetes Training  2 Yearly Update (Must previously attended a full day session)

Update current knowledge and skills in Diabetes Management within acute settings. Practical and written based workshop including pump session, refresher on carb counting and discussion on Datixs.

barts day5 310317 0631p

Paediatric Pain Management for Experienced Nurses (epidural, PCA/NCA, pain guidelines)

This half day course includes PCA/NCA training, pain guidelines and updates on current pain issues as well as entonox training.

B - Epidural

PCA knowledge and skills study day - Newham Staff ONLY

PCA Workshop 

Learning Outcomes - 

  • Update knowledge and competency
  • Promote safe environment
  • To deliver highest standard of care

Note this session is for PCA only- if you need Epidural, please look under the Clinical courses for "Epidural knowledge and skills study day - Newham Staff ONLY"

Post falls management workshop

Post Falls Management Workshop

This half day workshop will enable delegates to develop appropriate Moving and Handling techniques for themselves and the patient following a patient fall. Delegates will also have the opportunity to review their clinical post fall care in a simulation area.

NB: Suitable clothing and shoes must be worn for practical sessions (shoes must be flat and cover toes, no flip flops). For Health & Safety reasons delegates will not be permitted into the session without appropriate footwear

barts days1 220317 1179

Practice Assessor training

This training is aimed at any registered Nurse or Midwife that will be supporting any undergraduate learner, working towards a NMC recordable qualification.

courseImg2

Practice Supervisor training

This training is aimed at any registered Nursing Associate, Nurse, Midwife or AHP that will be supporting any undergraduate learners.

Annual Mentor Update

Practice Supervisor/Assessor on-going support session

These sessions are an opportunity for all practice supervisors and practice assessors to update on relevant information and recent changes within undergraduate nursing and midwifery education.

Prevent Workshop

Raise awareness of PREVENT.

 How to spot the signs of exploitation/radicalisation.

 How to make a referral.

Suitable for all Clinical Staff

Prevent2

Prevent Workshop (Online Streaming)

Raise awareness of PREVENT.

 How to spot the signs of exploitation/radicalisation.

 How to make a referral.

Suitable for all Clinical Staff

untitled

Safeguarding Adults Level 3

 

This is a full day course which will discuss the below topics (course open to all staff)

 

 -Safeguarding including Self-neglect and Hoarding

 

-PREVENT

 

-Mental Capacity Act

 

-Changes from Deprivation of liberty safeguards (DOLS) to Liberty protection safeguards (LPS)

 

Alternative eLearning Module

 

 

Please click on the link below to do the Safeguarding Adults Level 3 training e-learning;

 

 

 

https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/level-3-safeguarding-adults

 

 IMPORTANT - Please email your completion to statandmand.bartshealth@nhs.net or your record will not update.

Safeguarding children level 3

Safeguarding Children Level 3 - Face to Face

StatMand Safeguarding Children Training for those needing Level 3 (Face to Face Sessions Only)

Please book Face to Face sessions below if you require a StatMand update for Safeguarding Children Level 3

Alternatively virtual training can be completed   (As per response to the pandemic as an alternative method) by:

Completing both the Level 3 safeguarding children e-learning package on the e-Learning for Health site https://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/ (approx. 4-5 hours) and the Safeguarding Level 3 Microsoft Teams training package (approx. 3 hours).  Staff will be recorded as compliant once they have sent proof of e-learning training to the safeguarding team and attended the Microsoft Teams training.  Staff are required to complete both elements of the training in a two week time frame. A screen shot of your e-learning certificate should be emailed to: Bartshealth.safeguardingadmin@nhs.net

If you require virtual sessions, please click the following hyperlink and see under "Safeguarding children level 3 - computer based learning (Microsoft teams)"

:https://www.bartshealthacademy.co.uk/statutory-and-mandatory-courses

 

 

Appraisal training for managers

Sage and Thyme

This 3 hour workshop.  It uses a mix of small group work, lectures and rehearsals  to teach participants how to have an evidence-based, structured conversation with someone who has concerns or is distressed.

The workshops uses small groups to establish what the participants already know about how to pick up and respond to concerns.

The SAGE & THYME model is introduced as a model to help participants translate the research and policy into their interactions with distressed or worried people.

 

Catherisation

Urinary Catheterisation Training

Urinary catheterisation procedure, and management / care of urinary catheter ( anatomy/ physiology, indication, bladder washout. 

To be able to insert, manage and care for  urinary catheter (male and female ) effectively

Suitable for Qualified Nurses

IMPORTANT INFO

Can you all please bring the following to be used by yourself for a practical session in the afternoon:

·        Catheterisation pack

·        Instillagel 11 mls or 2 of 6 mls

·        2 pairs of sterile gloves

·        Urethral catheter Size 12 or Size 14