Training Presentations and handouts. A mixed generic pack. Not just for health and social care settings but also for child care and early years training. Suitable for trainers, training agencies, care settings, individual learners and for inclusion on part time and full time courses, including QCF Diploma. This resource pack will assist training in gaining an understanding of the characteristics and effects of Autistic Spectrum Disorders.
Level 3 resources meeting all required national standards. Infection Control procedures, how infections occur, chain of infection, precautions to take etc. Also includes training on Sharps and Personal protective Equipment.
Care Planning in Health and Social Care. This teaching resource pack involves learners in thinking through specific scenarios with a variety of learning activities aimed at getting the learners to make actual decisions. Suitable for BTEC and QCF and other health and social care courses. Themes - Introduction to Care Planning, Client in the Centre, Obtaining Information, Planning Meetings.
Dementia Awareness - suitable for delivering Guided Learning on any health and social care course, QCF, Skills for Dementia Level 2, Award in Dementia Care etc. Also suitable for care settings awareness training for care assistants and health care assistants etc.
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An overview of the health and safety issues (see list below) faced by domiciliary care staff and also includes legislation and risk assessment, employers legal duties, induction and training, main health and safety issues.
A training resource focusing on concepts of loss (stages of grief by Kubler-Ross, Bowlby, Freud, Stroebe and Schut, Parkes and Warden ) and aspects of bereavement (what it is,common responses, emotional, physical,behavioural, mental reactions, resolution of grief).
Presentations and handouts suitable for trainers, training agencies, care settings, part time and full time courses including Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care (Adults) relating to units entitled Principles of Infection Prevention and Control.