Emergency First Aid at Work (PAs Only) (C) (EVENT FULL)
If you are a lone worker (as a PA) you may find it useful to have this accreditation in order to deal with First Aid situations that may arise when you are in someone’s home or accompanying clients in public places.
The Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations 1981 require employers to provide adequate and appropriate equipment, facilities and personnel to enable first-aid to be given to employees if they are injured or become ill at work. These regulations apply to all workplaces including those with five or fewer employees and to the self-employed.
Note: This course requires a demonstration of competency in administering CPR, which involves kneeling on the floor beside an anatomical dummy. If you are unable to work on the floor to perform CPR you will not be permitted to undertake this course.
22 October 2019
09:30 - 16:30
Faraday House, 1 Faraday House, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN22 9BH
End of Life Care for Managers and Senior Staff ONLY: Embedding End of Life Care Excellence within Residential Care Homes (1 day) and Advance Care Planning (1/2 day) (c)
A 1.5 day interactive session for managers/senior care home staff who are responsible for leading on best practice and for ensuring that excellence in end of life care and in advance care planning is embedded within their organisation.
This training is aimed at Managers and Senior staff in care homes with responsibility for implementing best practice, staff training and/or completing person centred support/care plans.
Explore the practical aspects of advance care planning including communication skills, timing and appropriateness of the conversations and how to document and share the information.
Delegates are required to attend both the whole day End of Life Care and the half day Advanced Care Planning training to complete this course.
This course will focus on developing and consolidating your modern slavery knowledge so you are able to undertake the role and responsibilities of a SPOC.
The morning session will explore the context and prevalence of modern slavery, as well as the signs, symptoms and indicators to look for. We will also look at local examples and consider lessons for practice.
The afternoon session will explore your roles and responsibilities as a first responder organisation under Section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. This will include familiarisation with the ASC modern slavery pathway, operational guidance and tool kit. Additionally, we will look at the National Referral Mechanism and the MS1 so you are clear how to refer and how to support staff when interviewing potential victims.
Safe Handling of Medication (Refresher) DPS staff only
This training is designed for staff working in East Sussex Directly Provided Services who have previously completed the full day training. This refresher covers aspects of safe handling of medication in care settings and ESCC Medication Policy and Procedures.
This half day medication refresher should be undertaken every 2 years.