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Overview

Senior care staff often work with vulnerable individuals who may have complex health needs, disabilities, or age-related conditions. With proper clinical skills training, they are equipped to handle various medical procedures and situations with competence and confidence.

Collaborate more effectively with healthcare professionals. Communicate observations effectively, provide accurate information, and participate in care planning discussions. This interdisciplinary teamwork ensures that residents or clients receive comprehensive and coordinated care.

 

Health & Social Care Clinical Training Courses

Clinical training courses for adult social care enable staff to provide the best care possible for people who need support due to various health conditions. In our range of clinical courses, senior care workers can learn theory and gain practical skills in a range of clinical subjects, such as  venepuncture, catheter care, catheterisation, syringe driver use, stoma care, tracheostomy care, and diabetes management.

What our Clinical Courses include:

  • Venepuncture – This is a skill where a small needle is used to take blood from a vein. Attendeees learn how to do this safely, to check for  infections or monitor a person’s health condition.
  • Catheter care and catheterisation – Catheter care and catheterisation are about understanding and looking after tubes (catheters) that help people pass urine if they have difficulties. This includes learning how to clean and care for the catheter to prevent infections.
  • Syringe driver – Syringe drivers are special devices used to give medicines continuously and slowly to people who cannot take them by mouth. Attendeees learn how to set up and manage these devices to ensure patients receive the right medications at the right times.
  • Stoma care – This is all about looking after a surgically created opening in the body to help with bowel movements. Attendees learn how to clean and protect the stoma, as well as how to spot signs of any issues.
  • Tracheostomy care – This involves caring for the tube placed in a person’s windpipe to help them breathe. Attendees learn how to clean and change the tube, ensuring the person can breathe comfortably.
  • Diabetes management – This is about understanding and helping people control their blood sugar levels. Attendees learn how to monitor blood sugar, administer insulin, and support individuals with diabetes to live healthy lives.

By developing clinical skills, senior carers in adult social care can support clinical staff to provide safe, compassionate, and effective clinical care for those who rely on their support.