Basic Epilepsy Awareness Training - for Learning Disability Services (non ESCC) ONLY (EVENT FULL)
This training is ONLY suitable for those working in a Learning Disability service. ESCC staff should not attend this training but should refer to the ESCC DPS ONLY programme.
At the end of the training, a Community Learning Disability Nurse will demonstrate how to administer emergency medication used in epilepsy and you will watch a DVD of safe administration of Buccal Midazolam. You will also have the opportunity to practice the administration of rectal diazepam.
If you require the rectal Diazepam training, please contact the Adult Social Care training team at email@example.com to confirm this. There is specific equipment needed that will only be brought on courses where delegates have confirmed a need for rectal Diazepam training.
Your manager will be responsible for providing on going support in the workplace but it will be your responsibility to highlight any concerns you have regarding administration of the medication.
· A certificate of attendance will be provided; this is not a certificate of competence.
ESSCP : Neglect - Using Tools to Assess Parents' Ability to Make Positive Changes for Their Children
This course supports practitioners to work with families where children may experience neglect.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.
Please familiarise yourself with the attached Neglect Toolkit and Matrix prior to attending the course, download and bring copies of both to the training. This information will be attached to your email confirming your course place.
Level 2 Award in Food Safety for PAs and Kitchen/Catering staff in DPS (C) (EVENT FULL)
This course is only suitable for kitchen/catering staff in DPS, and Personal Assistants who prepare or handle foods for clients.
The qualification is equivalent to the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Catering and the Level 2 Award in Food Safety in Retail.
IMPORTANT: All participants will be required to bring to the course photo identification as proof of their identity for checking by the trainer. Failure to provide identification will result in the person being turned away from the training. This is a requirement of the qualification awarding body. The following forms of photo ID are acceptable.
- Valid passport
- Signed UK photo card Driving Licence
- Current employer photo ID card
- Student ID card
- Travel Card
Where none of the above are available another form of ID containing a signature MAY be accepted e.g. credit card where the trainer is satisfied the signature on the identity matches the participant’s signature on the attendance list.
Personal Assistants in Health and Social Care
This half-day course is suitable for anyone interested in the role of the Personal Assistant in Health and Social Care.
The role of the PA is very different from other support roles in that PAs are working one-to-one with clients and not via a ‘care’ agency. As an employed PA, the client or their carer will be your manager/supervisor. If you are considering becoming a self-employed PA you will need to understand your responsibilities to your clients.
PAs are not registered with the Care Quality Commission and therefore, training or development will depend on either your employer organising training and funding for qualifications or you will need to take responsibility for your own professional development.
21 November 2019
09:30 - 12:30
Faraday House, 1 Faraday House, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 9BH