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Competency Assessor Training - Safe Use of Medicines
Wed 2 November 2016, 09:00 – 17:00 GMT
Competency Assessor Training - Medication Administration
So, you are training your team to administer medication safely and you are observing them in the work place and signing them off as competent BUT who is training the people who are assessing the competencies? How are you demonstrating to the CQC or OFSTED that your assessors are competent to assess?
That is a question that Inspectors are asking during their visits to Health and Social Care Settings and it is indeed a very valid question. What additional training did your team have to equip them not only to observe practical administration skills but to also assess the associated knowledge about medicines management that is required to reduce he risk of errors occuring.
This training specifically addresses that challenge for you, providing you with evidence that you have invested in giving your assessors additional training to ensure that they are looking for the right things and asking the right questions of their team.
This full day of training will explore your current knowledge and build on it both intellectually and practically. We will go....
* Back to Basics - A little revision to ensure everyone is sure of the foundation knowledge
* Dig Deeper - Exercises to look in depth in to the NICE Guidance, Fundamental Standards and more!
* Explore Roles and Responsibilities
* Examine Errors and Near Misses and how to reduce them!
* Complete Practical Exercises and Assessing of delegates
An information-packed, resource filled, fun and interactive training delivered in-house for your organisation. Certificates with be provided to evidence delegates have attended and completed the assessments.
What previous delegates have said...
"This is a very useful course and good to attend" - Sanu Karki, St. Vincent's Nursing Home, Sept 16
"The course is very informative. Delivery is excellent, knowledge is excellent, everyone feels involved and competent" - Shiria Halsey, St. Vincent's Care Home, Sept 16