Transfusion training is a core element of statutory and mandatory training for all staff involved in the transfusion process.
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
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
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
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.
Fire Wardens Training (Non Clincal)
An advanced face to face training session, which also covers elements of Site Based training. training items to include:
1) Importance of fire compartmentation
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.
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)
Alternative eLearning Module
Please click on the link below to do the Safeguarding Adults Level 3 training e-learning;
IMPORTANT - Please email your completion to firstname.lastname@example.org or your record will not update.
Safeguarding children level 3 - computer based learning (Microsoft teams)
In response to the pandemic, changes have been made to the delivery of Safeguarding children level 3 training. Staff who are required to attend level 3 training will need to complete one of the following:
A) Safeguarding children level 3 computer based learning (Microsoft teams)
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 virtual Microsoft Teams training package (approx. 3 hours).
Staff are required to complete the e-learning package for health prior to booking onto a Barts Health virtual package and will need to send a screen shot of your e-learning certificate to Bartshealth.email@example.com with an identified request of which virtual date they would like to join. You will be recorded as compliant once they have sent proof of e-learning training to the safeguarding team and attended the Microsoft Teams training. The virtual teams session needs to be completed within 3 months of the certificate. The link will be emailed 24hrs prior and only after a certificate copy is received.
If this form of learning does not support your learning style please book onto face to face learning.
Dates: 27th August 0930-1230
22nd September 0930-1230
29th October 0930-1230
B) Safeguarding children level 3 face to face learning.
To book face to face dates, please click : https://www.bartshealthacademy.co.uk/book/add/p/115
Safeguarding Children Level 3 - Face to Face
StatMand Safeguarding Children Training for those needing Level 3 (Face to Face Sessions Only)
In response to the pandemic, changes have been made to the delivery of Safeguarding children level 3 training. Staff who are required to attend level 3 training will need to complete 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.firstname.lastname@example.org
If you require virtual sessions, please click the following hyperlink and see under "Safeguarding children level 3 - computer based learning (Microsoft teams)"