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Intro Healthcare Skills Training


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Intro Healthcare Skills Training

  1. 1. BTEC / EDEXCEL PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION pearson_ed_us.jpg HC Skills Training Logo.png Medium colour logo TitleImages CORE education HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
  2. 2. BTEC / EDEXCEL PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION pearson_ed_us.jpg Medium colour logo CORE education HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY
  3. 3. iStock_000000904702XSmall.jpg Which Industry More than 400.000 medical devices grouped in 10.000 families
  4. 4. Continuous development core education C linical educator O R Access R egulatory medical device E thics and compliance Our Courses Specialisation Anatomy, Physiology y Pathology Technical product knowledge Further education CPD in healthcare activity Cardiology, orthopaedics, neurosurgery, endoscopy arthroscopy, anaesthetics, …
  5. 5. 10 th Anniversary HC Skills Theatre Access Course developed with NATN (AfPP) 2000 Royal College of Surgeons support 2001 BTEC Validation 2002 Edexcel Centre Status 2003 Edexcel International Centre Status 2005 German, French 2008 Spanish 2009 Italian 2010
  6. 6. Edexcel is the largest awarding body, offering academic and vocational qualifications in the world. More than 2 million students in 112 countries. Collaboration with sector skills councils, governments, professional bodies, universities and employers to ensure our qualifications are relevant and internationally recognized. Supporting student progression either to employment or to further or higher education. BTEC / Edexcel iStock_000003909152XSmall.jpg
  7. 7. NQF grid.jpg Framework
  8. 8. BTEC / EDEXCEL PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATION pearson_ed_us.jpg Medium colour logo OR and Hospital Access healthcare industry professionals
  9. 9. HC Skills Training Logo.png TitleImages pearson_ed_us.jpg Medium colour logo OR and Hospital Access healthcare industry professionals Award Level 4
  10. 10. Objective evidence of competence to be legitimately present in the clinical area to demonstrate and support medical devices Until Now Occupational standard for the promotion, demonstration and evaluation of the medical device within a clinical setting
  11. 11. Litigation Is the medical device industry taken on trust? Who currently validates the technical & clinical expertise necessary for industry representatives to work legitimately in clinical areas?
  12. 12. Expectations Fotolia_16262212_XS.jpg Duty of care and patient safety Training and support to health professionals Patient dignity, privacy and confidentiality Allied of health professionals in patient care
  13. 13. Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) EU appointed Competent Authority Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) Association for Peri -operative Practice AfPP Incorporating NATN Fotolia_42167_XS.jpg Government body Professional Body Recognition
  14. 14. YES.jpg Hygiene , Healthcare Associated Infection Legal, clinical regulations Providing: Expertise to support their products and objective evidence of their competence Knowledge and understanding of: Patients’ needs and professional roles Outcomes
  15. 15. piedra 1 Zen.jpg piedra 2 Zen.jpg piedra zen 3.jpg piedra 2 Zen.jpg Quality assurance A single international training standard Professional obligation for re-certification National Occupational Standard Leading edge Integrated delivery relating the theory of Best Practice in the clinical environment
  16. 16. Copy of course pictures 004 course pictures 005 Course format <ul><li>Based on presentations </li></ul><ul><li>Interactive case studies </li></ul><ul><li>Clinical workshops </li></ul><ul><li>Practical demonstrations </li></ul><ul><li>Senior healthcare professionals </li></ul><ul><li>Clinical and technical experts </li></ul>
  17. 17. course pictures 009 Course format Develop approaches and skills Vital and relevant experience Support in clinical areas Promotion of medical device Develop self-directed learning Ability to solve related problems Establish your own strategies Theory-based in real environment
  18. 18. iStock_000011490597XSmall.jpg Risk Management Infection Control & Std Precautions Personal Protection / Safety (PPE) OR / Theatre / Support Services Electro Bio-Medical Engineering Medical Devices Regulations Legal topics, Consent, Confidentiality Content
  19. 19. Fotolia_42167_XS.jpg Testimonials International Business Director Johnson & Johnson The provision of professional standard, minimizes the risk to the company of litigation, and identifies for employees, company liability, vicarious liability and legal requirements for compliance and professionalism.
  20. 20. Fotolia_4381195_XS.jpg Questions
  21. 21. f29_187891272.jpg Thank You Learn is discover what you already know Act is demonstrate that you know it Teach is remember to others that they know as much as you