Chaperone Training

Chaperone Training

CPD Points 3 | Duration 3.5 Hours | £49.00 per delegate

Course Introduction

Our Chaperone training course provides delegates with an introduction to the role and requirements of a Chaperone.

It will help those who have been asked to take on this role to apply a person-centred approach to clients, understand some of the key strategies for providing support to them and manage challenges that can occur as a result.

This Chaperone course is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners and candidates will be allocated 3 CPD points on completion.

This course is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners

Course Aims

  • To identify when and for what a chaperone may be required
  • To understand the role requirements of a chaperone
  • To have an understanding of confidentiality issues and the procedures involved in raising concerns.

Course Content

  • Who are suitable chaperones
  • When would a chaperone be required
  • The role of a chaperone
  • Where misunderstandings occur
  • Confidentiality and patient information
  • Caldecott
  • Whistle blowing and examples of
  • Public interest and disclosure
  • What to do
  • Processes
  • Protection for workers
  • Raising concerns
  • Record keeping and documentation
  • Assessment and process – workbook

Who should attend / would be applicable?

  • Practice Managers
  • HCAs
  • Reception Staff
  • Admin Staff
  • Care Staff
  • Anyone involved in Health Care
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Course Rating

This Course is Rated
★★★★★
☆☆☆☆☆

(100%) * Based on evalutations completed at the end of each course.

Course Dates Call 01661 844327 to make a telephone booking

Start DateEnd DateDurationStart TimeEnd TimeVenueCPD PointsPriceBookEnquire
Thu, 7th Dec 2017Thu, 7th Dec 20173.5 Hours13:30 pm16:30 pm The County Hotel, Newcastle, NE1 5DF3£49BookEnquire
Fri, 9th Mar 2018Fri, 9th Mar 20183.5 Hours13:30 pm16:30 pm Maryville House, Belfast, BT9 6LN3£69BookEnquire
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Frequently Asked Questions

Answer

Yes, it is important that all members of a healthcare team are aware of their role and responsibilities in regards to the role of a Chaperone.


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