Dementia Awareness

The course is for staff working with people with dementia within a care setting. The courses focuses on the indicating signs associated with Dementia. applying their skills in order to support the people they are working with. The course also focus on issues revolving around Dementia as well as the different stages of Dementia.


Definition for Dementia,
The types of Dementia,
ways that can assist in managing dementia
ways of communicating,
coping with changes in behaviour and supporting the person with Dementia.


The course is aims to provide attendees with both practical and theoretical knowledge of how to safely move people from one place to the next , avoiding injury to the person you are moving or yourself even the person you are working with. The course also looks at the equipments and legal requirements in relation to the handling of people.

Duty of care Health and Safety at Work Act 1974    Safe Transfers
Different assessment methods    Dangerous practices Principles of safe handling
Companies policies Safe use of equipment Manual Handling regulations
Anatomy Practical


The course is for people working within a care setting. The course content comprises of the importance of Safeguarding Vulnerable people also to give staff working within the care setting a better understanding of company policies and procedures their responsibilities and duty of care.

What is safeguarding Who and what makes someone vulnerable
What is abuse
Types of abuse Identifying signs of abuse
How to report and keep records   
How to handle situations

Infection control

This course is for care staff and will raise awareness of infection control measures. The course also looks at individuals responsibilities, how to maintain and minimise the spread of infection as well as demonstrating and practicing hand washing methods.

What is infection control Common infection within Healthcare settings
The cycle of infection and how we become infected
types of infection and germs
The importance of implementing measures and managing the spread of infections   
Effective hand washing methods
preventing infection
legislation and company policy of infection control

Communication and Record Keeping

This course aims to raise awareness on communication and record keeping in the care setting. Attendees will have a better knowledge and understanding of the importance and legal requirements of keeping records as well as communicating effectively.

Definition of communication    Methods of communication    Definition of record keeping
Barriers to communication Managing communication
Legal requirements Legislations
Principles of record keeping

Medication Awareness

This course is for care staff and is designed to meet the requirements and guidelines of both CQC and National Minimum Standards. The course looks at the legislations revolving around the administering of drugs and being able follow instructions for safe administration. The attendees will also have a better understanding and knowledge about safety, security and maintaining confidentiality in drugs administration.

introduction to medication storing and administering
Documenting and record keeping confidentiality
responsibilities and being accountable    legislative requirements
Regulatory bodies minimising and eliminate mistakes

Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty

The course is designed to raise awareness and the importance of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards. The course gives information on Mental Capacity Act and how it is incorporated with the Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards. It also ensures compliance when working with vulnerable adults as well as gaining knowledge and understanding on best interest and when consent is required.

Definition of Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Principles of MCA and DOLS
Principles of assessment
Carer Liability
Record keeping
Advance decision making
DOL Assessment
When an assessment is needed

Equality and Diversity

This course provides learners with the necessary knowledge and understanding of what is equality and Diversity as well as taking a person centred approach within the working environment to promote equal opportunities and inclusitivity whilst maintaining professional boundaries and not creating barriers. The course explores values and ethics ,personal opinions and beliefs, prejudices and influential factors.

Definition of equality and diversity
Addressing and comprehending one needs
Respecting ones needs
promoting Equality and Diversity
affecting factors

Health and Safety

This course explores the Health and Safety at work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulation 1999 giving employees as well as employers a sound knowledge and understanding on their responsibilities. The course explores compliance with statutory requirements providing safe working environment taking into account the safety and welfare of everyone.

Definition of Health and Safety
Bad practices related to Health and Safety
Lawful requirements
Legal duties
Policies and Procedures
Reporting and recording keeping

Role of the activities coordinator

This course is designed for all staff working with service users. The learners will comprehend and identify why activities plays a vital role in the lives of service users. They will also gain understanding of how and why service users need to keep and develop new skills in order to have a good quality of life. The course also explores how to assess service users activities needs, how to get assistance and support from others as well as the role as an activities coordinator.

Roles and responsibilities of an activity coordinator
choosing the right activities and making them meaningful
current thinking
How to involve others in planning and delivery of activities
promoting self-esteem
Choosing volunteers
Keeping current with activities and resources

Emergency First Aid at Work awareness

This is a one day course ideally for first aiders or anyone who would like to gain knowledge on what to do in the event of an emergency as a first aider. The course content entails both theory and practical. The course is in line with the Health and Safety Regulations (First Aid). It appeals to different audiences and be tailored to suit the needs of individuals.

Regulations under Health and Safety (First Aid)
Priority in First Aid
Unconscious Casualties and treating them
Incident Management
frequent injury at work
Shock and Bleeding


This course is model for refreshers or induction with current regulations. These legislations are in place to protect people against potential health risk when in coming into contact with substances which are hazardous. The course gives knowledge and awareness of issues revolving COSHH which learners will be able to apply in their everyday work.

Hazardous substances
CHIPS Regulations
Use hazardous substances
Common injuries
Control Measures and assessment

Lone Working Awareness

The course is for anyone working on their own independently or within an organisation. It enables individuals to build confidence and raise awareness of potential challenges faced by lone workers. Being a lone worker places one at high risk and all precautions should be taken to ensure safety . Therefore the course explores how following and maintaining good practices can help to keep one safe.

What is Lone Working
Identifying and managing risk
Supervision and Training
Safe systems
Legal duties