Care Certificate

The Care Certificate is an agreed set of standards that define the knowledge, skills and behaviours expected of specific job roles in the health and social care sectors.

The Care Certificate is made up of the 15 minimum standards that should be covered if you are 'new to care' and should form part of a robust induction programme.

This 4 day programme was specifically created for the development of newly appointed health care support workers/Rehab SW/MSW/Imaging Assistants/Bands 2-4 within the Trust to provide safe patient care. During this training and assessment programme you will be guided and supported to gain the knowledge and skills to provide high quality, safe and compassionate care.

E-learning: to be completed along with attending the course, further info for the E-Learning will be given during the course.

If you have done the programme in another Trust please inform us by scanning and emailing your Care Certificate to: 


Bookings for this course is done on our new booking system - Barts Health Course Bookings

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Clinical Update: Moving & Handling

Bookings for this course from December and onwards is done on our new booking system:


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


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.

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Fire Wardens Training (Non Clinical)

An advanced face to face training session, which also covers elements of Site Based training. training items to include:

1) Importance of fire compartmentation

2)Evactuation principles/strategies

3) Hazard spotting

Specific fire evacuation strategies will also be covered such as Personnel Evacuation Plans, Fire Warden Check Lists.


Note: this session is for Non-clinical staff Only. Please wear appropriate clothing as there are practical elements to the training.


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Information Governance

Course Overview - A guide that covers all requirements of learning for the Information Governance statutory and mandatory training.

Learning Outcomes To understand the responsibility staff have for managing information on a daily basis. To ensure staff understand trust policies and practices

Outline - Staff responsibilities with personal data, data access requests, how to avoid breaches and manage a breach if they happen.


Ligature Training

2 hour practical session using ligature cutters and work sheets on ligature points and discussion on policy.

Suitable for clinical staff members




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




-Mental Capacity Act


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


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)