Trinitas training directory 2010

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For a quotation or further information about our courses, either call our Nottingham Office on 0115 964 8344 or our Essex office on 01206 797311

For a quotation or further information about our courses, either call our Nottingham Office on 0115 964 8344 or our Essex office on 01206 797311

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  • 1. OUR VISION IS SIMPLE - QUALITY, FLEXIBILITY AND EXCELLENCE “Helping our clients to deliver quality services through the provision of tailored training, national standard recruitment and ongoing business support. Exceeding our clients expectations by consistently working towards our clients needs, whilst creating a work place where our employees grow, develop and obtain their full potential.” TRINITAS TRAINING DIRECTORY 2010
  • 2. WHO WE ARE, WHAT WE DO AND HOW WE DO IT Trinitas Training Services provide training and development solutions to employers looking to improve and enhance the knowledge and skills of its employees all over the UK. With over 20 years industry knowledge and experience we pride ourselves on delivering quality, flexibility and excellence to you and your organisation, through the understanding of your individual business, training and development needs. We pride ourselves on our bespoke services so if we don’t offer a course that you require; we will do our best to add this to our services. We are also happy to adjust the format of our courses to meet your organisations needs and requirements. Training Identification Consultancy Comprehensive Delegate Feedback The training and development of staff is essential for all organisations. We are able Following course completion you will to work with you to identify key training receive a full delegate summary, covering requirements for your employees and all learning outcomes, further training and devise Personal Development development needs and an overview of Programmes (PDPs) for these individuals. your delegates thoughts on the course. This will help you to meet regulatory This will enable you to review the requirements alongside planning your effectiveness of the course and indeed the individual training budgets. quality of our service. Learner Support Service Cost (Specific to distance learning) Throughout The costs of our training packages are a delegates time with us we offer a Learner formulated on an individual basis. This Support Service to provide guidance, allows us the flexibility to meet your needs advice and direction during the completion with a bespoke training package and also of their learning. This facility helps to to give you the most cost effective options maintain delegate engagement and based on delegate numbers and locations. motivation whilst also allowing us to We are certain that we can offer you identify and manage any potential issues. something you need, if what you require is not listed, please contact us. Location Trinitas trains organisations throughout the UK. We have our own training facilities at our Headquarters in Nottingham and a branch conveniently located in Essex too.
  • 3. TRINITAS MANDATORY TRAINING FIRST AID APPOINTED PERSON EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK CIEH FOOD SAFETY MANUAL HANDLING HEALTH & SAFETY INFECTION CONTROL SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN SAFEGUARDING ADULTS WWW.TRINITAS.ORG.UK
  • 4. MANDATORY TRAINING Trinitas provide all the mandatory courses required for your organisation to meet the CQC regulations and legislation. We provide regular open courses at our headquarters in Nottingham and deliver in-house training throughout the East Midlands, Essex and surrounding areas. FIRST AID APPOINTED PERSON EMERGENCY FIRST AID AT WORK Course Objectives: Course Objectives: • Legislation • CPR • Scene Assessment • Resuscitation • CPR • Scene Assessments • Choking • Emergency Services • Emergency Services • Recognising Serious Illness • Serious Bleeding • Choking • Shock Management • Serious Bleeding • Burns and Scolds • Recovery Position • Wound Care • The Law • Spinal Injuries Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector & All staff working within the social care sector & any staff required under HSE regulations any staff required under HSE regulations Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 4 Hour Course 6 Hour Course On completion of these first aid courses, delegates will receive an HSE accredited first aid certificate. Trinitas offer a selection of other first aid courses, please refer to page...
  • 5. MANDATORY TRAINING CIEH FOOD SAFETY MANUAL HANDLING Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Legal Duties · Legal Requirements Ÿ Personal Hygiene · Safe Handling Ÿ Food Hazards · Dangerous Methods Ÿ Bacteria · Team Handling Ÿ Food deliveries and Storage · Falls and Assisted Falls Ÿ Food Preparation and Cooking · Equipment Ÿ Temperatures Ÿ Pest Control · Communication Ÿ Waste · Risk Assessments Cleaning · Record Keeping and Report Writing Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff with direct involvement in food All staff working within the social care sector preparation. Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 6 Hours 6 Hour – Full day course CIEH Accredited On completion of our Food Safety course, all delegates will receive an accredited Charted Institute of Environmental Health certificate.
  • 6. MANDATORY TRAINING HEALTH & SAFETY INFECTION CONTROL Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Duties and responsibilities Ÿ Legal Requirements Ÿ Risk Assessments Ÿ Procedures Ÿ Minimising Risks Ÿ Chain of Infection Ÿ Accidents and untoward incidents Ÿ Parasites, Bacteria and Viruses Ÿ Chemicals Ÿ Hand Washing Ÿ Laundry and linen Ÿ Cleaning Ÿ Waste Ÿ Barriers Ÿ Bathing and showering Ÿ Waste and its Disposal Ÿ Sharps Ÿ Hand washing Who the course is for? Ÿ Visitors Lone Working All staff working within the social care sector Who the course is for? Duration /Format: All care staff working within the social care 4 Hours – ½ Day sector Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN SAFEGUARDING ADULTS - POVA Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Legislation and Guidelines Ÿ Legislation Ÿ Recognising Signs & Symptoms Ÿ Abuse and Neglect Ÿ Child Abuse Ÿ Types of Abuse Ÿ Responding to child abuse concerns Ÿ Signs and Symptoms Ÿ Who to contact Ÿ Risk Assessment Ÿ Duty of Care Ÿ Taking Action Ÿ Whistle Blowing Who the course is for? Reporting and Recording Anyone working with children Who the course is for? Duration /Format: Anyone working with children 6 Hour – Full day course Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course
  • 7. TRINITAS FIRST AID TRAINING 3 DAY FIRST AID AT WORK FIRST AID - CARE FOR CHILDREN FIRST AID - LIFE SUPPORT FIRST AID FOR SPORT WWW.TRINITAS.ORG.UK
  • 8. FIRST AID FIRST AID - CARE FOR CHILDREN 3 DAY FIRST AID AT WORK Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What is a First Aider Ÿ Legislation Ÿ First Aid in the Workplace Ÿ Scene Assessment Ÿ Roles and Responsibilities Ÿ CPR Ÿ Action in an emergency Ÿ Choking Ÿ Primary and Secondary Assessment Ÿ Emergency Services Ÿ Breathing and Circulation Ÿ Serious Bleeding Ÿ Principles of Resuscitation, Disorders of Ÿ Shock Management Ÿ Respiration Ÿ Burns and Scolds Ÿ Wounds & Bleeding, Bites & Stings Ÿ Wound Care Ÿ Disorders of Consciousness Ÿ Spinal Injuries Ÿ Incident & Casualty Management Ÿ Disorders of Consciousness Ÿ Burns Ÿ Bones, Joints, Muscle and Eye Injuries Ÿ Bones, Joints & muscle injuries Ÿ Poisoning Ÿ Poisoning Ÿ Meningitis Ÿ Assessment Process Ÿ Effects of Heat and Cold Ÿ Croup, Breath Holding and Sickle Cell Who the course is for? Anaemia All staff working within the social care sector & any staff required under HSE regulations Who the course is for? All staff working with children Duration /Format: 3 day Course Duration /Format: 2 days – 12 hours “I have completed many first aid courses, but this was by far the best!” Alan Leask, Heathcotes On completion of these courses, delegates will receive an HSE accredited certificate.
  • 9. FIRST AID FIRST AID - LIFE SUPPORT FIRST AID FOR SPORT Course Objectives: Ÿ Action in an emergency Course Objectives: Ÿ Basic Life Support Primary Survey Ÿ What is a First Aider Ÿ Asthma Who the course is for? Ÿ Choking Ÿ Sprains and Strains All staff working within the social care sector & Ÿ Bleeding any staff required under HSE regulations Action in an emergency Duration /Format: Who the course is for? 3 hours Sport Coaches HSE ACCREDITED Duration /Format: 1 Day Course HSE ACCREDITED On completion of these courses, delegates will receive an HSE accredited certificate. SHOP@TRINITAS For your convenience we have introduced an online shop. Our shop offers a variety of first aid kits to suit a variety of industries HSE requirements. Our range cater for small, medium and large business, catering establishments, carers of children and sports teams. For more information, call us now on: 0115 964 8344
  • 10. TRINITAS CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE TRAINING AUTISM AWARENESS CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS COMMUNICATION CONFLICT MANAGEMENT COSHH DEALING WITH DISCLOSURES DIET & NUTRITION DRUG & ALCOHOL MISUSE EATING DISORDERS DISABILITY AWARENESS EQUALITY & DIVERSITY EARLY YEARS CHILD DEVELOPMENT 0 - 5 WWW.TRINITAS.ORG.UK
  • 11. CHILDREN & YOUNGER PEOPLE AUTISM AWARENESS CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ The similarities and difference of people within Ÿ Legislation/Homes Policies and Procedures the autism spectrum Ÿ Fear and Anger Ÿ Understand the autism spectrum Ÿ Effects of Challenging Behaviour Ÿ The Triad of Impairments Ÿ Violence and Aggression Ÿ Social Interaction Ÿ Triggers and Warning Signs Ÿ Communication Ÿ Prevention Ÿ Sensory Difficulties Ÿ Effective Communication Ÿ Teaching principles that can support those on Ÿ Defusing the Situation the autism spectrum Ÿ Support Ÿ Identify ways in which we can apply these principles to benefit individuals Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector All staff working within the social care sector Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 6 Hour – full day course COMMUNICATION CONFLICT MANAGEMENT Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Techniques Ÿ What is Conflict? Ÿ Verbal, Non Verbal and Behavioural Ÿ Understanding the positive and negative Communication aspects of conflict Ÿ Barriers Ÿ Understanding the causes of conflict Ÿ Open and Closed Communication Ÿ What can we do to prevent the causes of Ÿ Body Language, Eye Contact, and conflict Ÿ Facial Expressions Ÿ Conflict management styles Ÿ Reflective Listening Ÿ Effective Strategies Ÿ Empathy Ÿ Reviews, Appraisals and Performance Ÿ Gestures Management Ÿ Medical Issues Personal Objectives and Action Plans Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector Senior team members and managers Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 6 Hours – full day course
  • 12. CHILDREN & YOUNGER PEOPLE COSHH DEALING WITH DISCLOSURES Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What is a disclosure? Ÿ What Substances are Hazardous to Health Ÿ Attitudes, beliefs and myths Ÿ Responsibilities Ÿ Different forms of disclosures Ÿ Risk Assessments Ÿ Simple Steps for Handling Disclosures Ÿ Labels Ÿ Report Writing and Recording Ÿ Chemicals – What Can and Can’t be Used Ÿ Do’s and Don’ts Ÿ Waste Ÿ Process for reporting disclosures Ÿ Infection Control Ÿ Continuing after receiving a disclosure Ÿ Respiratory Hazards Managing your own feelings Ÿ First Aid Who the course is for? Who the course is for? Any individual working within the social care and All staff working within the social care sector education setting Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 6 Hours – Full day DIET & NUTRITION DRUG & ALCOHOL MISUSE Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Nutrients and Food Groups Ÿ Identify Key Issues, Including Risk and Ÿ Dehydration and Malnutrition Protective Factors Relating to Drug and Ÿ Cultural and Religious Needs Alcohol misuse Ÿ Promoting Choice Ÿ Plan Mid to Long Term Strategies Ÿ Assessments Ÿ Respond to Immediate Situations Ÿ Well Being Ÿ Develop Action Plans Specific to Individual Ÿ Young Person Involvement Working Environments Ÿ Reporting and Recording Ÿ Accessing Outside Services Eating Disorders Working With Families Who the course is for? Who the course is for? Bespoke to each care sector Persons working with individuals who are at risk of Drug and Alcohol Misuse Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course 6 Hour Full day course
  • 13. CHILDREN & YOUNGER PEOPLE EATING DISORDERS DISABILITY AWARENESS Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Identify different types of “eating disorders” Ÿ Understanding of disability, dignity, diversity Ÿ Explore methods of assessments when and equality and related terminology working with people who are experiencing Ÿ Identify the key legislation relating to disability “eating disorders” and the moral legal and ethical implications in Ÿ Consider the early warning signs of “eating relation to these legislation requirements disorders” Ÿ Identifying what is commonly known as disability and identify the difference between Ÿ How to enable people to manage their “eating disability and impairment disorder” Ÿ Understand the social model of disability and understand physical, attitudinal and social Who the course is for? barriers Ÿ Understand appropriate language and Ideal for people working within social care and communication methods education settings Ÿ Challenge attitudes, behaviours and beliefs Ÿ Understand how to identify and report poor Duration /Format: practices 6 Hour Full day course Who the course is for? Individuals working with disabled people EQUALITY & DIVERSITY Duration /Format: Course Objectives: 6 Hours Ÿ Meaning of Equality and Diversity Ÿ Terminology Ÿ Equal Opportunities EARLY YEARS CHILD DEVELOPMENT Ÿ Legislation 0-5 Ÿ The Equality Bill ( The 7 Strands) Ÿ Attitudes Course Objectives: Ÿ Discrimination Ÿ Bullying and Harassment Ÿ Understanding and facilitating social and Ÿ Disability emotional development Ÿ Putting it into Practice Ÿ Identifying Influences on Child Development Ÿ Community Perceptions Ÿ How children learn Ÿ Promoting physical development Who the course is for? Supporting positive behaviours For all staff working within the social care Who the course is for? sector All those involved in direct care with children Duration /Format: aged 0-5 6 Hour – Full day course Duration /Format: 6 Hour one day course
  • 14. TRINITAS ADULT TRAINING THE BENEFITS OF ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE SOCIAL CARE SECTOR AUTISM AWARENESS CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS COMMUNICATION CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CONTINENCE PROMOTION COSHH DEMENTIA AWARENESS DIET & NUTRITION DRUG & ALCOHOL MISUSE DYING , DEATH & BEREAVEMENT EATING DISORDERS EQUALITY & DIVERSITY WWW.TRINITAS.ORG.UK
  • 15. ADULT SERVICES THE BENEFITS OF ACTIVITIES WITHIN AUTISM AWARENESS THE SOCIAL CARE SECTOR Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ The similarities and difference of people within Ÿ Person Centred Care the autism spectrum Ÿ Care Planning and Record Keeping Ÿ Understand the autism spectrum Ÿ Benefits Ÿ The Triad of Impairments Ÿ Choice Ÿ Social Interaction Ÿ Independence Ÿ Communication Ÿ Building an Activities Matrix Ÿ Sensory Difficulties Ÿ Dementia Ÿ Teaching principles that can support those on Activity Ideas the autism spectrum Ÿ Identify ways in which we can apply these Who the course is for? principles to benefit individuals All staff directly involved within the social care Who the course is for? sector All staff working within the social care sector Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course 6 Hour – full day course CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS COMMUNICATION Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Legislation/Homes Policies and Procedures Ÿ Techniques Ÿ Fear and Anger Ÿ Verbal, Non Verbal and Behavioural Ÿ Effects of Challenging Behaviour Communication Ÿ Violence and Aggression Ÿ Barriers Ÿ Triggers and Warning Signs Ÿ Open and Closed Communication Ÿ Prevention Ÿ Body Language, Eye Contact, and Facial Ÿ Effective Communication Expressions Ÿ Defusing the Situation Ÿ Reflective Listening Ÿ Support Ÿ Empathy Ÿ Gestures Who the course is for? Ÿ Medical Issues All staff working within the social care sector Who the course is for? Duration /Format: All staff working within the social care sector 1 Day – 6 Hours Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours
  • 16. ADULT SERVICES CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CONTINENCE PROMOTION Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What is Conflict? Ÿ What is Continence Ÿ Understanding the positive and negative Ÿ Anatomy aspects of conflict Ÿ Causes Ÿ Understanding the causes of conflict Ÿ Dignity and Confidentiality Ÿ What can we do to prevent the causes of Ÿ Pressure Management and Skin Care conflict Ÿ Infection Control Ÿ Conflict management styles Ÿ Continence Aids Ÿ Effective Strategies Ÿ Pants, Pads and Bed Protection Ÿ Reviews, Appraisals and Performance Medication Management Ÿ Personal Objectives and Action Plans Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector Senior team members and managers Duration /Format: Duration /Format: ½ Day Course – 4 Hours 6 Hours – full day course COSHH DEMENTIA AWARENESS Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What Substances are Hazardous to Health Ÿ Types of Dementia Ÿ Responsibilities Ÿ Stages Ÿ Risk Assessments Ÿ Working with Families Ÿ Labels Ÿ Person Centred Care Ÿ Chemicals – What Can and Can’t be Used Ÿ Communication Ÿ Waste Ÿ Care and Practical Intervention Ÿ Infection Control Ÿ Effective Activities Ÿ Respiratory Hazards Ÿ Behavioural Difficulties Ÿ First Aid Ÿ Nutrition Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector All staff working within the social care sector/ or with people affected by Dementia Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 1 Day – 6 Hours
  • 17. ADULT SERVICES DISABILITY AWARENESS DIET & NUTRITION Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Understanding of disability, dignity, diversity Ÿ Nutrients and Food Groups and equality and related terminology Ÿ Dehydration and Malnutrition Ÿ Identify the key legislation relating to disability Ÿ Cultural and Religious Needs and the moral legal and ethical implications in Ÿ Promoting Choice relation to these legislation requirements Ÿ Assessments Ÿ Identifying what is commonly known as Ÿ Well Being disability and identify the difference between Ÿ Reporting and Recording disability and impairment Ÿ Recognising and Acting on Change Ÿ Understand the social model of disability and understand physical, attitudinal and social Who the course is for? barriers Ÿ Understand appropriate language and Bespoke to each care sector communication methods Ÿ Challenge attitudes, behaviours and beliefs Duration /Format: Ÿ Understand how to identify and report poor practices 6 Hour – Full day course Who the course is for? Individuals working with disabled people DRUG & ALCOHOL MISUSE Duration /Format: Course Objectives: 6 Hours Ÿ Identify Key Issues, Including Risk and Protective Factors Relating to Drug and Alcohol misuse Ÿ Plan Mid to Long Term Strategies Ÿ Respond to Immediate Situations Ÿ Develop Action Plans Specific to Individual Working Environments “The course was great especially the Ÿ Accessing Outside Services tutor, she knows Ÿ Working With Families how to explain.” Who the course is for? Persons working with individuals who are at risk of Drug and Alcohol Misuse Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours Theresa Wilton, Ashlee Residential Home
  • 18. ADULT SERVICES DYING, DEATH & BEREAVEMENT EATING DISORDERS Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Stages of Dying Ÿ Identify different types of “eating disorders” Ÿ Communication Ÿ Explore methods of assessments when Ÿ Planning working with people who are experiencing Ÿ The Body “eating disorders” Ÿ Culture and Ethics Ÿ Consider the early warning signs of “eating Ÿ Notifications and Formalities disorders” Ÿ Stages of Bereavement Ÿ How to enable people to manage their “eating Ÿ Working with Families disorder Ÿ Reporting and Recording Who the course is for? Who the course is for? Ideal for people working within social care and All staff working within the social care sector education settings Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 6 Hour Full day course EQUALITY & DIVERSITY Course Objectives: Ÿ Meaning of Equality and Diversity Ÿ Terminology Ÿ Equal Opportunities “I really enjoyed this course in Ÿ Legislation equality and diversity. The lady who Ÿ The Equality Bill ( The 7 Strands) did it was very good and bubbly which Ÿ Attitudes made the time pass quickly, also very Ÿ Discrimination helpful and welcomed questions.” Ÿ Abuse Ÿ Disability Pippa Hallford, Fairfield Ÿ Putting it into Practice House Ÿ Working with other Residents and Families Who the course is for? For all staff working within the social care sector Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course
  • 19. TRINITAS ELDERLY TRAINING THE BENEFITS OF ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE SOCIAL CARE SECTOR THE SOCIAL CARE SECTOR CARE OF DYING CHALLENGING BEHAVIOURS COMMUNICATION CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CONTINENCE PROMOTION COSHH DEMENTIA AWARENESS DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY SAFEGUARDING (DOLS) DISABILITY AWARENESS DYING, DEATH & BEREAVEMENT EQUALITY & DIVERSITY WWW.TRINITAS.ORG.UK
  • 20. OLDER PEOPLE THE BENEFITS OF ACTIVITIES WITHIN CARE OF DYING THE SOCIAL CARE SECTOR Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Loss Ÿ Person Centred Care Ÿ Culture and ethics Ÿ Care Planning and Record Keeping Ÿ Stages of dying Ÿ Benefits Ÿ Communication Planning Ÿ Choice Ÿ The Body Formalities Ÿ Independence Ÿ Notifications Stages of bereavement Ÿ Building an Activities Matrix Ÿ Dementia Who the course is for? Ÿ Activity Ideas Any person providing and of life care Who the course is for? Duration /Format: All staff directly involved within the social care Sector 6 Hours - Full day course Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course CHALLENGING BEHAVIOUR COMMUNICATION Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Legislation/Homes Policies and Procedures Ÿ Techniques Ÿ Fear and Anger Ÿ Verbal, Non Verbal and Behavioural Commu- Ÿ Effects of Challenging Behaviour nication Ÿ Violence and Aggression Ÿ Barriers Ÿ Triggers and Warning Signs Ÿ Open and Closed Communication Ÿ Prevention Ÿ Body Language, Eye Contact, and Facial Ex- Ÿ Effective Communication pressions Ÿ Defusing the Situation Ÿ Reflective Listening Ÿ Support Ÿ Empathy Ÿ Gestures Who the course is for? Ÿ Medical Issues All staff working within the social care sector Who the course is for? Duration /Format: All staff working within the social care sector 1 Day – 6 Hours Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours
  • 21. OLDER PEOPLE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT CONTINENCE PROMOTION Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What is Conflict? Ÿ What is Continence Ÿ Understanding the positive and negative as- Ÿ Anatomy pects of conflict Ÿ Causes Ÿ Understanding the causes of conflict Ÿ Dignity and Confidentiality Ÿ What can we do to prevent the causes of con- Ÿ Pressure Management and Skin Care flict Conflict management styles Ÿ Infection Control Ÿ Effective Strategies Ÿ Continence Aids Ÿ Reviews, Appraisals and Performance Man- Ÿ Pants, Pads and Bed Protection agement Ÿ Medication Ÿ Personal Objectives and Action Plans Who the course is for? Who the course is for? Senior team members and managers All staff working within the social care sector Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 6 Hours – full day course ½ Day Course – 4 Hours COSHH DEMENTIA AWARENESS Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ What Substances are Hazardous to Health Ÿ Types of Dementia Ÿ Responsibilities Ÿ Stages Ÿ Risk Assessments Ÿ Working with Families Ÿ Labels Ÿ Person Centred Care Ÿ Chemicals – What Can and Can’t be Used Ÿ Communication Ÿ Waste Ÿ Care and Practical Intervention Ÿ Infection Control Ÿ Effective Activities Ÿ Respiratory Hazards Ÿ Behavioural Difficulties Ÿ First Aid Nutrition Who the course is for? Who the course is for? All staff working within the social care sector All staff working within the social care sector/ or with people affected by Dementia Duration /Format: Duration /Format: 1 Day – 6 Hours 1 Day – 6 Hours
  • 22. OLDER PEOPLE DIET & NUTRITION Course Objectives: · Nutrients and Food Groups · Dehydration and Malnutrition · Cultural and Religious Needs · Promoting Choice · Assessments · Well Being · Reporting and Recording DISABILITY AWARENESS · Recognising and Acting on Change · Effects of Dementia Course Objectives: · Mealtime Support and Assistance Ÿ Understanding of disability, dignity, diversity Duration /Format: and equality and related terminology Ÿ Identify the key legislation relating to disability 6 Hour – Full day course and the moral legal and ethical implications in relation to these legislation requirements Ÿ Identifying what is commonly known as disabil- ity and identify the difference between disabili- ty and impairment Ÿ Understand the social model of disability and DEPRIVATION OF LIBERTY understand physical, attitudinal and social bar- SAFEGUARDS riers (DOLS) Ÿ Understand appropriate language and commu- nication methods Course Objectives: Ÿ Challenge attitudes, behaviours and beliefs Ÿ Understand how to identify and report poor Ÿ An Overview of the key parts of the MCA 2005 practices Ÿ What is Deprivation of Liberty (Locked Doors, Sedation etc) Who is this course for? Ÿ Alternatives to Deprivation of Liberty Ÿ When a Deprivation of Liberty can be Individuals working with disabled people authorised Ÿ Managing and supervisory authorities Duration /Format: Ÿ Assessments and reviews Ÿ The right to advocacy 6 Hours Ÿ The care workers roles and responsibilities Challenges and Emergencies Who is this course for? Individuals working with disabled people Duration /Format: All staff working within the Social Care Sector
  • 23. OLDER PEOPLE DYING, DEATH AND BEREAVEMENT EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY Course Objectives: Course Objectives: Ÿ Stages of Dying Ÿ Meaning of Equality and Diversity Ÿ Communication Ÿ Terminology Ÿ Planning Ÿ Equal Opportunities Ÿ The Body Ÿ Legislation Ÿ Culture and Ethics Ÿ The Equality Bill ( The 7 Strands) Ÿ Notifications and Formalities Ÿ Attitudes Ÿ Stages of Bereavement Ÿ Discrimination Ÿ Working with Families Ÿ Abuse Ÿ Reporting and Recording Ÿ Disability Ÿ Putting it into Practice Who is this course for? Working with other Residents and Families All staff working within the social care sector Who is this course for? Duration /Format: For all staff working within the social care sector 1 Day – 6 Hours Duration /Format: 6 Hour – Full day course “Had great feedback – everyone was in really high spirits, felt they’d learnt a lot and in a really fun environment Many thanks for your professionalism and commitment!” Natascha Rock, Leonard Cheshire Disability
  • 24. CONTACT US Mercury House Shipstones Business Centre Northgate New Basford Nottingham NG7 7FN TEL NOTTS OFICE: 0115 964 8344 TEL ESSEX OFFICE: 01206 797311 FAX: 0115 964 8201 INFO@TRINITAS.ORG.UK ADD US ON FACEBOOK OR FOLLOW US ON TWITTER