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Understanding Safe Clinical Practice
Principles of Health Care Role Development
Confidentiality and Record Keeping
Learning and Development
Supervised Practice and Assessment - Please Read Carefully
Delegates will undertake a period of supervised practice in between part 1 and 2 of the course. They will be required to complete a workbook which includes a learning log and reflective diary, along with a competency document, which will need to be signed off by an allocated learning mentor. On days 3 and 5 there will be opportunities to be observed through practical assessment. Competency based assessments will take place under exam conditions.
Delegates will undertake:
Part 1 - completing 1 and a 1/2 days classroom training.
Worked-based learning - consists of a further 3-month period of clinical assessment and competency progression and development against measurable outcomes. Delegates will complete a learning log, reflective diary, along with a competency based framework document, which will need to be signed off by a mentor/supervisor. Copies of this document should be kept.
Part 2 - consists of a further 2 days in classroom followed by a further period of workbased learning where delegates will continue to complete their workbooks and competency based framework.
Part 3 - Delegates will return to the training room and be assesed by experienced trainers who will assess under exam conditions.
Delegates must bring all of your work to all taught sessions, Part 2 + 3, this will provide
the trainer the opportunity to review work completed so far.
Delegates will receive email support from Annie Barr Associates, during the workbased
periods of learning.
This 32-week course consists of the following
Learning will be assessed using the following methods:
Healthcare Assistants (HCA’s) are a valuable addition to the health care team and they play a vital role in today’s health care economy. Specific, high quality training courses for HCA’s is therefore vital. This course provides the theoretical and the practical clinical frameworks to enable the HCA to develop their role. It also includes practical workshops.
The course is interactive and discussions will be encouraged. The course will underpin the practices of HCA’s currently working in primary or secondary care and who are interested in developing their existing clinical skills and knowledge and it is also applicable for HCAs new to the role. HCAs will leave with a competency-based framework, which will enable you to develop your practice with supervision from your mentor.
This course is a 32-week course divided into the following parts with competency based activity associated with each part:
Part 1 - Day 1*+ 2 – Training Room
Day 1 (am session) – Mentors only
Day 1 (pm session) – Delegates arrive to start the programme.
3 months work based learning.
Part 2 - Day 3+4 – Training Room
3 months work based learning
Part 3 - Day 5+6 – Training Room
Final work hand in.
* Half day mentors training is provided on the morning of Day 1 of the training, it is essential mentors attend this session. Delegates will then arrive in the afternoon of Day 1 to start the programme.
Delegates will attend Part 1 of the course and leave with a competency framework, learning log and reflective diary, all of which will need to be completed during the work-based learning period. They will then return for Part 2 of the course, undertake more classroom learning and then return to their workplace to continue with their work-based learning before return for Part 3.
During Part 3 of the course delegates will undertake health checks on clients/patients, this provides delegates with real practical experience at which they are formally assessed.
Delegates must bring all of your work to all taught sessions, Part 2 + 3, this will provide the trainer the opportunity to review work completed so far.
Delegates who would like to undertake this course, need to be working at least 20 hours per week. If you are interested in completing the course and work less than 20 hours, please contact the office and we can discuss ways in which this can be achieved.
After completing this course you will have the skills to become a competent and confident HCA in primary care.
This course will appeal to HCAs working in general practice, primary or secondary health care settings and those willing to develop their current role.
|Title:||Professional Clinical Skills including Long Term Conditions Training|
|Cost:||£989 per Candidate|