Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations (RIDDOR) is a legal requirement. This course will help you understand the importance of reporting accidents and incidents.
Acquired brain injury (ABI) is a multifaceted, and often life-altering, condition that can result from a variety of causes, including traumatic events, strokes, infections, and more. This course is designed to provide you with a deeper understanding of ABI, from its underlying causes to the various rehabilitation strategies and support systems that can significantly enhance […]
Dementia is a devastating illness. This course helps us to understand it and learn how best we can support those with dementia.
In this final inner wellness course we’ll be giving you a recap of the steps we’ve covered so far, giving you a final opportunity to give any of these a go. We’ll also finish our inner wellness history journey by covering some of the most recent developments, studies and understandings that have helped shape the […]
Feeling free and authentic is the final step in Suhail Mirza’s Inclusive Inner Wellness approach. It’s all about doing whatever brings you the most joy and happiness in your life. In this course we’ll explain the history behind this step and we’ll give you an opportunity to practice this in several ways.
Have you ever made a mistake in your life or regretted a decision you made? Millions of people around the globe can agree with this but very few understand the impact these situations can have on our inner wellness. In this course we’ll look at self-forgiveness and how to truly achieve this, whilst also continuing […]
We’ve already looked at the big things in our lives we should be grateful for, but there are also much smaller things we can give gratitude for. This could be something as simple as hearing your favourite song on the radio, waking up to the sunshine this morning or whatever springs to mind, but join […]
Visualisation is something a lot of people may have heard of and surprisingly, it’s used by many athletic professionals to manifest and visualise their success. In this course, we’ll look at the science behind and explain what visualisation is whilst also covering several other aspects as we continue our inner wellness journey.
Each of us are different and what we’re grateful for is likely to be different, but when was the last time you really thought about what means most to you. This course is looking at the big things in life that we should be grateful for, helping us understand the benefits this can bring when […]
In this day and age, our lives move so quickly and we often forget to take time for ourselves to just live in the moment and really appreciate what’s around us. Within this course, we’ll help you understand what contemplation is and show you how to pracice it, whilst also beggining our journey on the […]
Our inner wellness and overall wellbeing is just as important as anything else in our lives, and it’s important we know how to manage it. To start your journey towards unlocking your full potential, dive on in to this first course on inclusive inner wellness.
Safeguarding means promoting the welfare of children and young people, from all forms of abuse. This course will look at stepping up and understanding how to best support children in need.
Understand how to best manage death in a health and social care setting in a sensitive and appropriate manner. Finding out a service user has passed away when you make a visit can be very upsetting for all. Even when it had been expected, it can be very overwhelming. This course will look at understanding […]
Learn essential knowledge and skills needed to manage the challenges of moving and handling inanimate objects. In the healthcare sector, the safe and effective handling of individuals and equipment is important to ensure their well-being and the well-being of you as a healthcare professional.
Welcome to the Safeguarding adults level 3 course. Throughout this course, you will explore effective safeguarding practices, including identifying signs of abuse, engaging in person-centred approaches, understanding legal and ethical responsibilities, and collaborating within a multidisciplinary framework.
You may not think you work with or come into contact with hazardous substances, and you may even be thinking what actually are hazardous substances. If that’s the case, take this training to find out more about COSHH and what this means.
Helping us to better understand and support individuals with Down’s syndrome.
Whilst strokes are the fourth largest cause of death in the UK, it is estimated that 70% of strokes could be prevented and better managed. So let’s learn how.
Motor neurone disease is a rare degenerative condition that affects an individual’s mind and body. Despite its rarity, it’s estimated up to 5000 people may be living with in the UK at any given time. Take this course to find out more!
Self harming is a rising issue throughout the UK and the wider world. Unfortunately, there is still a lot that people aren’t aware of or misunderstand. With this course, we hope to change that and empower you to spread the right information.
Parkinson’s disease, often known as ‘Parkinson’s’, is a condition that affects the brain, causing symptoms such as shaking and stiffness of the limbs.
Phlebotomy is the art of using a needle to take blood from a vein, usually for laboratory testing. It’s a really common procedure, so it’s good to get it right!
Eating, drinking, and providing medication is a vital part of care, and understanding enteral feeding will help ensure that you can provide the exceptional care to those individuals who cannot process food in the regular way.
Dystonia is a movement condition that’s estimated to affect at least 100,000 people in the UK alone. However, it’s something most people know very little about. Take this course to learn all you’ll need to know regarding this illusive condition.
Mealtime is about more than just eating. It is a time to rest, to socialise with family, friends, or colleagues and to enjoy the food. Making mealtimes a positive, enjoyable experience for individuals who need assistance is such an important aspect of their care. From good eye contact to providing a modified diet, we’ll look […]
Alcohol and drug abuse is very common and can affect anyone. There is a strong link between substance abuse and mental health, leading to an increased risk of suicide tendencies. We can help you understand the signs and suggest how to offer right time support.
Personal care is more than just brushing hair, or helping someone to the bathroom. Take this course to learn more about the most important aspects of personal care and to understand the impacts that poor personal care can lead too.
Verification of expected death is defined as deciding whether an individual is actually deceased, but there’s more to it. It’s also knowing the responsibilities of the doctor, supporting the bereaved and recognising when to seek support for you and your colleagues as well.
A laryngectomy requires special care and support. We will look at both pre and post op care and help you understand the different areas of consideration to best support an individual living with a laryngectomy.
Incontinence can cause a lot of distress. We will help you understand all aspects of continence health and suggest ways to support an individual with dignity and respect.
Liberty Protection Safeguards replaces the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) system, this course will update you on what you need to know about protecting individuals liberty when working in care in Wales.
Liberty Protection Safeguards replaces the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) system, this course will update you on what you need to know about protecting individuals liberty when working in care in England.
Learning disabilities and autism present in many forms and there is a wide range of support needed. We will help you better understand the range and concerns of learning disabilities and autism, to ensure you can offer the best support to the individual.
The Care Certificate experience guides you through the 15 standards that have been set out by Skills for Care. All the learning outcomes you need to meet are covered in an immersive scenario and question format. Ramin will be your guide and will take you on a range of shifts where you will meet and […]
Catheters for some individuals can be a sensitive subject and one that requires discretion and a level of privacy, however in care you are likely to commonly encounter these. Within this course we’ll look at several elements of using a catheter as well as how to deal with issues as they arise.
Would you know a seizure if you saw one? You might say yes because you’ve seen films where someone has dropped to the floor whilst foaming at the mouth, and their body jerks in a unusual fashion. But what if I told you that there are more than twelve different types of seizures all with […]
Sore tooth or yellow teeth? Need a filling and unsure of the options available? Or maybe you want to know what warrants good oral health and what counts as bad? These are all the types of questions we hope to answer in this training course around oral health.
Knowing what’s involved when an individual in your care is at risk of harming themselves with ligatures is one thing, but managing the initial shock and having the confidence to respond as quickly and effectively as possible to a ligature emergency is a very specific skill set. Let’s learn about these skills together.
Distress behaviour and reactions can escalate fast. We will guide you through a positive behaviour approach to effectively de-escalate a situation without having to restrain.
Do you deal with individuals who express behaviours that sometimes make you uncomfortable or upset? If so, take this training course to get some tips and guidance on how to effectively manage these behaviours.
It can be difficult to understand why an individual is behaving in a way that you would not expect. Put yourself in their shoes with this immersive video, showing you how changes in tone of voice and body language can have a big impact on others.
Over the past few years, words like virus and pandemic have been in the news and something that by now, we’re all familiar with, however, Monkeypox is now another word that we’re hearing or seeing in the news. This course aims to provide you with the basic knowledge of what it is, what it looks […]
Washing your hands and donning PPE, that’s easy right? Are you doing it correctly and effectively though? check your understanding with this course.
Within care, we all have a level of duty or responsibility put on us which protects the individuals we work with. However there may be responsibilities or guidelines you’re unaware of, specifically around the Duty of Candour. Take this training course to learn everything you may need to know or do in order to correctly […]
A tracheostomy is a life line for many although they can be daunting to care for when unfamiliar to you, this course provides a good overview of what a tracheostomy is, how communication can be affected and how to clean, change and manage it.
Checking pulse rates, blood pressure, respiration or need to know how? this course provides the knowledge you require to perform basic observations on an individual.
Ever been short of breath? Ever had a coughing fit so intense you couldn’t catch your breath? For most people, breathing is something we do without even thinking about it, however for some individuals, specialist equipment or assistance is required to help them breathe normally. Let’s help you understand issues surrounding breathing and how to […]
Health professionals are not always clear on the procedure for administering medication rectally or the benefits of this route. But did you know that medications administered per-rectum (PR) has a faster action than via the oral route?
Mental health might be one of the most pressing issues currently being faced in the health and social care sector as a whole. Learn more about it in this course and you’ll know the importance behind celebrating World Mental Health Day every year.
This Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom applies to England and Wales, with the aim of protecting individuals and their rights. It makes sure that any individuals who are unable to make choices for themselves are appropriately protected, supported and empowered.