Healthcare

Swallowing

Assisting Clients with Swallowing Difficulties Level 1 parts 1 & 2 Combined 3 hours duration

Course details
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Target audience
  • ESCC Directly Provided Service
  • Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector
Subject Health and Safety
Course description This course is In-Person Classroom training.  Designed for all staff when having to assist a client who has been prescribed a texture modified diet or has difficulty in swallowing with both food and drinks. 
Training objectives Use of the thickening powders and undertaking the drip test, to show correct texture. To enable to senior staff to check competency of staff.
Learning outcomes The theory covers:
  • Understanding the reasons for a texture modified diet
  • Which clients this could affect
  • Theory of the swallowing mechanism.
The practical covers: 
• Introduction to the thickeners prescribed 
• Correct methods of adding thickeners into a drink 
• Testing correct thicknesses 
• Complications if the prescription is not followed correctly. 
Additional information An assessment of knowledge and skill will be undertaken. 
Refresher training will be undertaken every three years. 
Maximum places 12
Closing date  One week before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/223 Firwood House FIRS, Eastbourne 06 April 2023 9:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/224 Firwood House FIRS, Eastbourne 06 April 2023 13:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/385 Firwood House FIRS, Eastbourne 05 June 2023 9:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/386 Firwood House FIRS, Eastbourne 05 June 2023 13:30 - 16:30
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Assisting Clients with Swallowing Difficulties Level 1 Part 1

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Health and Safety 
Course description This presentation covers:  • What is dysphagia  
• Introduction to different textures  
• Introduction to thickeners  
• How to test for correct thicknesses 
• Complications if the prescription is not followed correctly. 
Training objectives To provide care givers with the knowledge of the condition of dysphagia and the different textures used to minimise further complications. 
Learning outcomes By the end of part 1 candidates will: 
  • Understand basics of dysphagia
  • Have knowledge of medical conditions where dysphagia can be an issue
  • Understand the basics of different textures
  • Understand the importance of the correct texture as prescribed.
Additional information The certificate is valid for 3 years.  Level 1 part 2 can only be undertaken following completion of Level 1 part 1. The course takes approximately 1 hour to complete the viewing of the presentation from YouTube and the completion of a workbook via Microsoft Forms.
Maximum places 40 
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/153 Workbook and Resources 17 January 2023 N/A
ASC/23/154 Workbook and Resources 20 February 2023 N/A
ASC/23/395 Workbook and Resources 10 March 2023 N/A
ASC/23/218 Workbook and Resources 19 April 2023 N/A
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Assisting Clients with Swallowing Difficulties Level 1 Part 2

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Health and Safety 
Course description This is a practical face to face session. Delegates must have already undertaken Level 1, Part 1 (Theory) before applying for this course.  • Introduction to the thickeners prescribed 
• Mixing thickened drinks 
• Testing thickened drinks
• Complications if the prescription is not followed correctly. 
Training objectives To provide care givers the knowledge of the condition of dysphagia and the different textures used to minimise further complications. 
Learning outcomes • Understand the basics of different textures 
• Understand the importance of the correct texture as prescribed 
• Be able to mix thickeners to drinks 
• Be able to test for the correct texture of a drink. 
Additional information Part 1 Theory must be completed prior to undertaking this training.  Refresher training should be undertaken every 3 years.  NOTE: Staff (support workers or catering staff) who prepare food for clients who are prescribed a texture modified diet, should undertake Level 3 training which is available as a bespoke session contact ann.holland@eastsussex.gov.uk 
Maximum places 6
Closing date One week before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/161 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  02 February 2023 09:30 - 10:30 
ASC/23/162 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 February 2023  11:00 - 12:00
ASC/23/163 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 February 2023 (COURSE CANCELLED) 13:00 - 14:00
ASC/23/164 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 February 2023 14:30 - 15:30
ASC/23/165 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 March 2023 09:30 - 10:30
ASC/23/166 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 March 2023 11:00 - 12:00
ASC/23/167 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 March 2023 13:00 - 14:00
ASC/23/168 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 02 March 2023  14:30 - 15:30
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Assisting Clients with Swallowing Difficulties Level 2

Course details
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Target audience ESCC Directly Provided Services / Independent Care Sector, Carers & Voluntary Sector 
Subject Health and Safety 
Course description  This course is In-Person Classroom training.  Delegates must have already undertaken Level 1, Part 1 (Theory) before applying for this course.  Designed for staff who may supervise other staff when having to assist a client who has been prescribed a texture modified diet or has difficulty in swallowing with both food and drinks. 
Training objectives Use of the thickening powders and undertaking the drip test, to show correct texture. To enable to senior staff to check competency of staff.
Learning outcomes The practical covers: 
• Introduction to the thickeners prescribed 
• Correct methods of adding thickeners into a drink 
• Testing correct thicknesses 
• Complications if the prescription is not followed correctly.  How to check the competency of staff when using thickened drinks 
Additional information An assessment of knowledge and skill will be undertaken. 
Refresher training will be undertaken every three years. 
Maximum places 10
Closing date One week before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
To be advised
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Dignity in Care

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Conditions 
Course description This course is aimed at care and support staff working in learning disability and older people services. 
Training objectives To promote dignity in care and support. 
Learning outcomes
  • Know the common core principles of dignity 
  • Be able to define dignity, privacy, equality and respect 
  • Recognise how to ensure privacy and dignity in the workplace 
  • Know the principles of privacy of information
  • Understand key legislation in relation to dignity
  • Recognise poor practice and know how to report it. 
Additional information
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/9 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  14 March 2023 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/278 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  13 June 2023 (COURSE CANCELLED) 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/279 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  30 August 2023  09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/280 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  05 December 2023 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/24/09 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  26 March 2024 09:30 - 12:30
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End of life care

Project Echo
Contact For all End of Life Care training please contact: Project ECHO Sussex Hospices – everyone a teacher, everyone a learner.
Description Project Echo offers learning and support for care homes to help staff provide individualised, skilled and effective end of life care for residents. The project uses video conferencing to create knowledge networks.  Subject matter experts offer care-based learning with guided practice through ‘real life’ cases.
End of Life Care eLearning
Go to eLFH Portal to register and set up an account to access a range of eLearning modules covering different aspects of End-of-Life Care

Prevention and reablement

REAP OT Reablement and Activity Analysis

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams
Subject Prevention and Reablement 
Course description The course is part of the QCF REAP and is completed by new JCR and DPS reablement support workers. 
Training objectives The course aims to develop and enhance skills in applying reablement principles and techniques when working with people in community and in-patient environments, following a recent reduction in physical and/or cognitive ability. 
Learning outcomes
  • Awareness of support workers' approaches in reablement 
  • Ability to apply activity analysis to simple tasks 
  • Awareness and application of the process and support within problem solving/simplifying activities 
  • Awareness of the process and reablement support in learning new task-based skills. 
Additional information Access requirements:  IMPORTANT: Each delegate will need access to a PC/Laptop to participate. A mobile phone will not suffice. Delegates will also need to have the following downloaded/enabled on their device: 
  • Internet with sound/audio enabled 
  • Access to YouTube 
  • Access to TEAMS 
Maximum places 12
Closing date One week before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 2
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/299 MS Teams 10 January 2023 (day 1 of 2) 10:30 - 14:00
ASC/23/299 MS Teams 12 January 2023 (day 2 of 2) 10:30 - 14:00
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Telecare service training

Course details
Adult Social Care Training
Target audience ESCC Assessment & Care Management
Subject Healthcare
Course description To inform Adult Social Care operational staff of the benefits and options related to Telecare service provision. This course focusses on available equipment, not prescribing. Focus will also be given to the importance of identifying clients at risk of accidental fires and how they can be best supported via the addition of linked smoke alarms. No prior knowledge is needed; this course is suitable for new and existing staff that need a refresher.
Training objectives Training will be delivered by Careium and East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service
Learning outcomes
  • Increased understanding of the telecare offer in East Sussex
  • Detailed knowledge of the equipment available and when it should be prescribed
Knowledge of fire risks and how telecare equipment can help to mitigate these risks.
Additional information It is not a requirement of this course to be a telecare prescriber however, if you are not already a prescriber, your manager will need to raise a request via the IT&D hub before you are able to order equipment.
Maximum places 20
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/151 MS Teams 08 February 2023 9:30 - 11:30
ASC/23/152 MS Teams 09 May 2023 9:30 - 11:30
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Medication

Medication Competency Assessments: Training for Seniors and Managers

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams / Learning Disability Services (ESCC) / Managers / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Team Leaders / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff
Subject Healthcare 
Course description This course is aimed at senior staff who have the responsibility of assessing medication competencies with support workers.  Senior staff attending this training must have their Safe Handling of Medication training in date. 
Training objectives This course aims to support senior staff who assess competence in the safe handling of medication. 
Learning outcomes
  • Know what legislation and guidance informs medication polices 
  • Understand the assessment cycle process 
  • Be familiar with a medication competency assessment 
  • Know the requirements for medication auditing 
  • Consider various case scenarios regarding safe handling of medication 
  • Understand the covert administration process 
  • Know the CQC requirements regarding medicines management. 
Additional information Delegates must have a Supervisory Role or Assess Staff Competency role or their place may be cancelled.    Please do not nominate more than 3 staff from your organisation for this course, as we may then have to cancel the places to allow others to attend.
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/169 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  21 February 2023 COURSE FULL  09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/170 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  22 March 2023  COURSE FULL 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/250 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  03 May 2023 COURSE FULL 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/251 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  26 July 2023 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/252 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  20 September 2023 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/23/253 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  14 November 2023  09:30 - 12:30
ASC/24/01 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  16 January 2024 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/24/02 St Mary's House - ESTDC, Eastbourne  12 March 2024  09:30 - 12:30
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Safe Handling of Medication (DPS staff only)

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) 
Subject Healthcare 
Course description This course is recommended for new support workers.  Important: You must undertake competency assessments within the workplace before carrying out medication duties.   
Training objectives To know the principles of safe handling of medication .
Learning outcomes Understanding relevant policies and legislation related to medication and how they impact on your practice. 
Additional information When requesting places please book using your ESCC email address.  
Maximum places 20
Closing date One week before course date.
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/6 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 11 January 2023 COURSE FULL 09:30 - 12:30 
ASC/23/8 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 08 March 2023 09:30 - 12:30 
ASC/23/256 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 05 April 2023  09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/257 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 09 May 2023 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/258 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 20 June 2023 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/259 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 12 July 2023  09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/260 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 08 August 2023 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/261 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 26 September 2023  09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/262 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 24 October 2023  09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/263 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 29 November 2023 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/23/264 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 12 December 2023  09:30 - 13:30
ASC/24/03 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 10 January 2024 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/24/04 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 06 February 2024 09:30 - 13:30
ASC/24/05 ESTDC - St Mary's House, Eastbourne 06 March 2024  09:30 - 13:30
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Safe Handling of Medication - DPS - Online Training Programme

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC)
Subject Healthcare
Course description A pre-recorded video presentation, suitable for experienced support workers requiring a refresher. New support workers should attend in-person training where possible.
Training objectives To know the principles of safe handling of medication. 
Learning outcomes Have an understanding of relevant policies and legislation related to medication and how they impact on your practice. 
Additional information On the date of the training:  tania.hudson@eastsussex.gov.uk will email a link to a recorded presentation and workbook.  This training is by invitation only; please don’t forward to colleagues. 
  • After viewing the 30 minute presentation, please complete the workbook and return for marking to tania.hudson@eastsussex.gov.uk if possible on the same day
  • Please email Tania with any questions about safe handling of medication
  • Tania will mark and return your workbook
Maximum places 15
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/7 Workbook and Resources 7 February 2023 COURSE FULL N/A
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Medication elearning for Independent Care Sector workers ONLY

Course details
Course details
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Target audience Independent Care Sector Staff only
Subject Healthcare
Course description This elearning is aimed at Nurses and care staff working in care homes and is accredited by Skills for Care.  The certificate is valid for one year.
Training objectives To teach learners how to administer medicines in a systematic way against a competence checklist that is continually refined, from years of research into why medication errors occur, thereby reducing the risk of errors made through complacency. 
Learning outcomes
  • Administering medicines, avoiding errors
  • Infection control 
  • Preparation of equipment 
  • Medicines paperwork 
  • Checking client’s identity
  • Pain assessment
  • Checks on medicines chart
  • Breakdown of a pharmacy label
  • Expiry and period after opening dates
  • Checking original packs and blister packs
  • Cautionary/advisory labels
  • ‘Pop and dot’ and preparing for administration
  • Administering in a person-centred way
  • Consent
  • Coding the medicines administration record
  • Crushing or spiting tablets
  • Oral liquids
  • Topical medication 
  • Inhalers
  • Eye drops
  • When medicines are declined
  • Covert administration of medicines
  • Safe storage of medicines
  • Information about medicines
Additional information Please contact the Adult Social Care Training team (as above) to request the login details and access code for this elearning.  You will need to advise us which organisation you work for to enable our team to ensure you are eligible for access to this elearning. 
Maximum places N/A
Closing date N/A
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1 elearning module

Let's talk about Medicines

Forum/ Q& A session
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Target audience Care Workers - Dementia Services / Care Workers - Domiciliary / Care Workers - Learning Disability / Care Workers - Older People / Care Workers - Residential / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Home Carers / Managers / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) 
Subject Healthcare
Description This forum/question and answer session provides an opportunity to discuss all aspects of medicines management with members of the Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes team. You can attend as often as you like.  Please bring questions, queries or concerns relating to medicines management in your setting.  Please note: This is not medication training. For training, please see Medication eLearning for Independent Care Sector Workers.
Objectives • Consolidate medicines management training 
• Discuss current medicines management topics and updates 
• Discuss the role of the Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes (MOCH) team role and how to access this service. 
Outcomes • Have better understanding of medicines management processes and standards 
• Focus on Sussex Wide medicines topics relevant to care homes 
• Know the roles of the Medicines Optimisation in Care Homes team (MOCH). 
Additional information
Maximum places 40
Closing date 3 days before event date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/282 MS Teams  19 January 2023 10:30 - 11:30
ASC/23/283 MS Teams 07 March 2023 10:30 - 11:30
ASC/23/284 MS Teams 18 May 2023 10:30 - 11:30 
ASC/23/285 MS Teams 20 July 2023 10:30 - 11:30
ASC/23/286 MS Teams  21 September 2023  10:30 - 11:30
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Joint Community Rehabilitation (JCR)

JCR Reablement Healthcare Procedures Workshop

Course details
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Target audience JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams 
Subject Healthcare
Course description Practical workshop for JCR Support Workers new to role who have completed initial induction and started lone working in the community.  It covers information required to be able to support clients and recognise when medical interventions may be required. 
Training objectives Session 1 Pressure Ulcer Prevention 
  • Understand pressure ulcers and pressure damage risks
  • Take action to reduce risk of pressure damage in home environment
  • Identify early signs of pressure damage
  • Report concerns to appropriate person.
Session 2 Catheter Care and Urinary Sheaths 
  • Understand catheters and how they work
  • Understand why people need catheters; become familiar with types
  • Identify/know how to address problems associated with catheters
  • Know how to apply and remove a conveen.
Session 3 VTE and Anti-Embolism Stockings 
  • Understand what VTE is and risks
  • Recognise when medical intervention is required
  • Support clients with anti-embolism stockings.
Session 4 Stoma Care 
  • Understand stomas, how they work and support provided by stoma nurses
  • Understand care routine 
  • Identify main problems associated and who to contact.
Learning outcomes
  • Provide appropriate care and support, recognising when medical professional is required
  • Ready to continue in completing personal reablement and REAP competency training pathway.
Additional information This venue has a current Covid19 risk assessment. Any delegates showing Covid19 symptoms must not attend the training venue. 
Maximum places 6
Closing date One week before course date.
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/179 Firwood House, FIRS 06 January 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/180 Firwood House, FIRS 03 February 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/181 Firwood House, FIRS 03 March 2023 (COURSE CANCELLED) 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/182 Firwood House, FIRS 31 March 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/183 Firwood House, FIRS 28 April 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/184 Firwood House, FIRS 26 May 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/185 Firwood House, FIRS 23 June 2023 10:30 - 16:30
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JCR Reablement Physio Day

Course details
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Target audience ESCC JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams 
Subject Healthcare
Course description Workshop for new JCR Support Workers who have completed induction and started lone working in the community.  It covers information required to support clients and recognise when clinical interventions may be required, in the following areas:  • Gait Education 
• Support with Exercises 
• Stairs 
• Equipment and alteration of equipment. 
Training objectives •Recognise walking gait patterns 
• Support clients to safely use stairs 
• Support clients to safely complete exercises and recognise when client has reached threshold for activity 
• Recognise commonly prescribed equipment, how it can be safely used and what faults can occur. 
Learning outcomes Delegates will be: 
  • Able to provide appropriate care and support, recognising when medical professional may be required
  • Ready to continue their personal reablement and REAP competency training pathway and subsequent face to face sessions.
Additional information This venue has a current Covid19 risk assessment. Any delegates showing Covid19 symptoms must not attend. 
Maximum places 10
Closing date 3 days before course date.
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/22/858 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  16 December 2022 COURSE FULL 10:30 - 16:30 
ASC/23/194 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  20 January 2023 10:30 - 16:30 
ASC/23/355 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne 10 March 2023  10:30 - 16:30 
ASC/23/356 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  28 April 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/357 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  12 May 2023 10:30 - 16:30
ASC/23/358 Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  23 June 2023  10:30 - 16:30 
ASC/23/359  Firwood House - FIRS, Eastbourne  07 July 2023  10:30 - 16:30 
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JCR Reablement Practical Scenarios

Course details
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Target audience ESCC JCR - Joint Community Rehabilitation Teams 
Subject Healthcare
Course description Workshop for new JCR Support Workers who have completed induction and started lone working in the community.  Start times will be staggered. You will be notified after your place is confirmed.  Delegates must attend JCR Reablement Healthcare Procedures and JCR Physio Training before attending this workshop. 
Training objectives Provides supported scenarios to evaluate knowledge and skills learnt in previous workshops. 
Learning outcomes Delegates will be: 
  • Able to provide appropriate care and support, recognising when medical professional may be required
  • Ready to continue their personal reablement and REAP competency training pathway and subsequent face to face sessions. 
Additional information This venue has a current Covid19 risk assessment. Any delegates showing Covid19 symptoms must not attend. 
Maximum places 8
Closing date One week before course date. 
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/23/186 Firwood House, FIRS 27 January 2023 COURSE FULL Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/187 Firwood House, FIRS 24 February 2023 COURSE FULL Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/188 Firwood House, FIRS 24 March 2023 Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/189 Firwood House, FIRS 21 April 2023 Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/190 Firwood House, FIRS 19 May 2023 Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/191 Firwood House, FIRS 16 June 2023 Trainer will contact you with a time
ASC/23/192 Firwood House, FIRS 14 July 2023 Trainer will contact you with a time
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