This Moving and Handling People Learning course is aimed at people working in health and social care who have people in their care that have mobility issues. The course outlines the dangers and legislation that applies to moving and handling people as well as showing a range of techniques and equipment that can be used. The course also highlights the importance of proper risk assessments and care plans.
Moving and Handling People
Approved by CPD – Duration 150 mins – £25 including VAT
This course is ideal for the following professions
People working in Health and Social care roles including health care and residential or nursing homes.
- The Principles of Safer Patient Handling
- Moving and Handling Assessments
- Practical Skills
- Transferring and Walking
- Avoiding and Dealing with Patient Falls
- Fitting and Using A Flat or Tubular Slide Sheet
- Bed Mobility
- Other Patient Manoeuvres
- Sitting a Patient Up
- Checking the Hoist
- More Hoisting Practicalities
- More Hoisting Techniques
Each module is rounded off with several multiple-choice questions, candidates are required to get 70% on these tests to pass the course. They have the opportunity to review all the answers at the end of each module before final submission and will be given 3 attempts to achieve the required result.
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This means our training course are regularly audited and accredited so that you can be assured of our standards of content of materials and marking processed.
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