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Trained Up

www.trained-up.co.uk

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0208 003 3211

CSTF Mandatory Training All in One On-Line

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Mandatory Training On-Line CSTF

Basic Life Support

  • Know how to assess the collapsed victim
  • Learn how to perform chest compression and rescue breathing
  • Know how to deal with a person who is choking
  • Be able to place an unconscious person in the recovery position
  • Understand your legal obligations under the first aid regulations

People Moving & Handling

  • Health and Safety at Work 1974
  • Manual Handling Regulations 1999
  • Duty of care
  • Moving and handling assessments
  • Basic principles of safer handling
  • Company handling policy
  • Anatomy
  • Unsafe moves
  • Working with equipment
  • Moving and transferring

Safeguarding Adults

  • Definition of Safeguarding
  • Understanding what makes an adult vulnerable and open to abuse
  • Different types of abuse
  • Recognising the signs of abuse
  • Symptoms relating to abuse
  • Dealing effectively with abuse
  • Legislation
  • Reporting and record keeping

People Moving & Handling

  • Safe practice and keeping children safe
  • The recognition of Child Abuse
  • How to respond to concerns
  • Who to contact with concerns
  • Legislation and guidance
  • Fulfilling your 'Duty of Care'

Infection Prevention & Control

  • Explain what a healthcare-associated infection (HCAI) is and how these infections spread
  • Describe the impact healthcare-associated infections have on patients, your duty of care to patients and management in the workplace that can prevent the spread
  • Describe how healthcare staff can help prevent infections from spreading
  • Explain what a sepsis is
  • Describe how hand hygiene, personal protective equipment management of blood, body fluids, sharps, the environment and care equipment helps prevent the spread of infection
  • Know about roles and responsibilities with infection preventionDefinition of Safeguarding
  • Understanding what makes an adult vulnerable and open to abuse
  • Different types of abuse
  • Recognising the signs of abuse
  • Symptoms relating to abuse
  • Dealing effectively with abuse
  • Legislation
  • Reporting and record keeping

Health & Safety ( inc, RIDDOR & COSHH)

  • Understand their own responsibilities, and the responsibilities of others, relating to health and safety in the work setting
  • Understand Risk Assessment
  • Move and assist safely
  • Understand procedures for responding to accidents and sudden illness
  • Understand medication and healthcare tasks

Food Safety

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Hazards associated with Food Safety
  • Food poisoning and contamination
  • HACCP
  • Temperatures
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Allergies and Intolerances
  • Premises, Equipment and Pest Control
  • Cleaning and Disinfecting
  • Legislation and requirements

Fire Safety

  • Fire Law & Legislation
  • Employees Responsibilities
  • Fire Hazards & Risks
  • Common causes of fire
  • Detection
  • Action on discovering a fire
  • Fire Safety Management
  • Fire Fighting Equipment

Information & Governance

  • Information in Healthcare
  • Principles
  • Freedom of Information

Equality & Diversity

  • What does Equality & Diversity mean?
  • Understanding Individual needs
  • Respecting Individual needs
  • Equality & Diversity and the Law
  • How to promote Equality & Diversity

Lone Working

  • To heighten awareness regarding the health and safety issues associated with lone working
  • To identify the responsibilities of both lone workers and employers
  • To promote safe practices for lone working

Preventing Radicalisation

  • Better understand what makes people vulnerable to radicalisation
  • Know your responsibilities and recognise indicators that radicalisation might be taking place
  • Understand what extremism and radicalisation are and why it is important to discuss and address these

Lone Working

  • Gain an understanding of what fraud is
  • Examine fraud by failing to disclose information
  • Examine how and why one might Contact a Counter Fraud Specialist
  • Examine the National Fraud Initiative (NFI)

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Conflict Resolution & Complaints Handling

  • Demonstrate how to respond to comments and complaints in line with legislation and agreed ways of working;
  • Describe who to ask for advice and support in handling comments and complaints;
  • Explain the importance of learning from comments and complaints to improve the quality of service;
  • Describe how to recognise adverse events, incidents, errors and near misses;
  • Explain what you must and must not do in relation to adverse events, incidents, errors and near misses; and
  • Identify the legislation and agreed ways of working in relation to reporting any adverse events, incidents, errors and near misses.
  • Explain the purpose of a Conflict Resolution Procedure
  • Understand Conflict Resolution Procedures
  • Identify the key roles in Conflict Resolution Procedures
  • Understand an employee's right of appeal

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