Courses for Healthcare Professionals

Clinical updates; Annual mandatory training for Healthcare Professionals

All healthcare professionals are required to keep abreast of latest guidelines and also to refresh their skills on subjects like CPR, use of AEDs, anaphylaxis etc. We provide guidance on the latest RCUK COVID guidance for resuscitation.

This differs from First Aid, recognising that healthcare professionals have a duty of care to provide very specific treatment to their patients in an emergency.

If you are a Doctor, Nurse, Paramedic or HCA this clinical update training is mandatory, usually on an annual basis.

Be at the top of your game and provide the best care possible for your patients by staying up to date.

Basic Life Support & AED

Annual clinical update of BLS & AED for Healthcare Professionals

Anaphylaxis update

Stay up to date with the latest RCUK anaphylaxis guidelines

ReSPECT form training

For Nurses, Paramedics, Doctors, Allied Healthcare Professionals

Learn how to complete the ReSPECT form, and how to have the discussion with your patient and their families. Includes DNAR / DNACPR documentation.

Recognising Pain in the Non-Communicative Patient

For Healthcare Professionals who work with patients that have difficulty communicating, because of medical conditions such as dementia or stroke. This 2 hour course gives an awareness of pain-scoring tools, the evidence behind the tools, and how to implement them into practice.

Verification of Adult Death

For Nurses, Carers and Allied Healthcare Professionals

This 2 hour training course is suitable for Nurses, Carers and Allied Healthcare Professionals who are interested in taking on the extended role of verification of expected adult death. Training and qualification encompasses the development of knowledge and skills in recognising death and the process of verifying an expected adult death. Historically, medical practitioners would verify expected death; however it is acknowledged by the NMC and HCPC as an extended role. Therefore registered Nurses, Carers and AHPs who have attended training and have been assessed to carry out the role competently can do so, in certain circumstances and in accordance with local policy.