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About Us

St Werburghs Development Centre, Boswell Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6DQ.
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Upcoming Training & Events

17
17 Oct
Mental Capacity Act for Decision Makers
• Know when an assessment of capacity may be required • Access capacity in a variety of situations • Know how to make a best interest decision with examples • Be aware of the recording protocols • Know how and when to refer to the Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy Service • Help Service users to plan ahead for future decisions treatment and care.
17
17 Oct
Paediatric First Aid (2 Day)
Course content: • Health & Safety First Aid at Work Regulations • Record keeping including accident reporting • First Aid rooms, equipment and hygiene • Asphyxia • Shock and Anaphylactic Shock • Unconsciousness and tip to toe survey • Resuscitation – basic life support • Chocking casualties • Haemorrhage • Eye injuries • Burns and scalds • Poisoning • Skeletal injuries and damage • Head injuries • Epilepsy • Diabetes Mellitus • Fainting • Stroke • Asthma • Meningitis
17
17 Oct
Blood Pressure Training
As part of this initiative Public Health are offering training and equipment to take blood pressure readings for organisations and staff who want to develop their skills further. People who go on the training will then be equipped to take blood pressures and give advice and support to residents.
18
18 Oct
Equality & Diversity
Objectives for the session include: • To review the importance and value of equality and diversity in the workplace • To examine the current legislation and how it applies to everyone • To interpret the difference between banter and discrimination • To discover the concept of personal prejudice and how this can impact our interactions • To be able to identify sources of addition information and support
18
18 Oct
Moving & Handling (Refresher) (People)
• To be able to list all legislation that is applicable when moving and handling people including H&S and a person centred guidance • To be able to identify low, medium and high risk service users • To recognise controversial techniques • To demonstrate good spinal awareness within the principles of moving and handling • To practise the use of safe techniques and equipment • To practise with equipment that has been introduced for Single-handed Care