Moving and handling

Moving and handling of objects

Moving and Handling of Objects Theory and Practical

Course details
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Target audience Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description For staff working in a care environment/assessment role, who move objects, not clients, e.g office staff.   The course covers: 
  • Basic awareness of employer/employees requirements under health and safety legislation, and how this should be put into practice 
  • The practice of all elements of anatomy of the spine, how the body works and protecting your back when moving objects. 
Training objectives An overview of: 
  • Health and Safety legislation, our duties and those of our managers 
  • Basic awareness of the anatomy, the spine and safe lifting principles 
  • Practical element of the base lift - candidates won’t lift anything above 10kg 
  • Techniques to lift, lower, push, pull and sweeping/mopping. 
Learning outcomes Understand: 
  • Legislation relating to moving and handling of objects 
  • Principles of good posture when undertaking manual handling techniques 
  • How posture relates to lifting, lowering, pushing and pulling 
  • Muscular skeletal injuries that can occur from unsafe practices. 
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/24/286 Firwood House, Eastbourne 12 March 2024  14:00 - 15:00 
ASC/24/292 Firwood House, Eastbourne 22 April 2024 09:30 - 11:00
ASC/24/293 Firwood House, Eastbourne 10 June 2024 09:30 - 11:00 
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Moving and Handling Train the Trainer

Moving and Handling and Risk Assessment of People - Train the Trainer 4 day course

Course details
Adult Social Care Training
Target audience Moving and Handling Trainers who directly train staff in safe manual handling of people techniques, and complete moving and handling of people risk assessments. Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling
Course description Four day moving and handling and risk assessment (people not loads) Train the Trainer course.  Check dates for delivery method/venue. Day 1 - Theory, legislation, effective teaching, safe lifting principles, biomechanics, posture and seating. Day 2 - Equipment familiarisation and techniques  Day 3 - Risk assessment theory  and practical> Hoisting and slide sheets. Day 4 - Equipment and techniques, test and presentations.
Training objectives To provide knowledge, skills and confidence to train others in the moving and handling of people, and in conducting individual, balanced moving and handling risk assessments.  The course requires candidates to complete a risk assessment, deliver a presentation and pass a written test. 
Learning outcomes Knowledge of legislation and how it affects employer, employee and client.
Confidence using/training staff in manual handling equipment and explaining its use in the safer moving and handling of people.
Demonstrate practical skills in the moving and handling of adults in a care setting.
Undertake a risk assessment. 
Be able to risk assess unsafe practices and understand/be able to teach injury risks.  
Demonstrate skills and confidence to convey knowledge and skills to others. 
Additional information For the practical element participants attending should be fit, dressed appropriately and able to fully participate. Footwear should be flat/ low heel and closed in toes. No flipflops or open toe sandals .
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 4
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/24/287 Firwood House, Eastbourne (on all dates) 05 March 2024 (Day 1 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30
07 March 2024 (Day 2 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30
11 March 2024 (Day 3 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30
18 March 2024 (Day 4 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30
ASC/24/288 Firwood House, Eastbourne (on all dates)  07 May 2024 (Day 1 of 4) 09:30 - 15:30
10 May 2024 (Day 2 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30 
13 May 2024 (Day 3 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30 
17 May 2024 (Day 4 of 4)  09:30 - 15:30
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Moving and Handling and Risk Assessment of People Train the Trainer - Refresher

Course details
Adult Social Care Training
Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling
Course description The course is recommended 2 years after candidates have complete the 4 day Moving and Handling Train the Trainer course. This course will provide updated knowledge, skills and confidence to train others and in conducting individual, balanced Moving and Handling Risk Assessments.  The course allows candidates an opportunity to reflect on their training since attending the 4 day course. 
Training objectives The course aims to update candidates in: 
  • Changes to legislation affecting manual handling of people, anatomy of the spine and how to reduce the risk of spinal injury including Biomechanics principles 
  • Importance of individual client centred risk assessments, how to complete them and moving and handling plans 
  • Practical element will review a range of manoeuvres, techniques and equipment including assisted standing equipment, hoists, and slide sheets. 
Learning outcomes  * Update knowledge of legislation * Be confident in using and training staff in a wide range of equipment and techniques  *Be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of up-to-date practical skills in the moving and handling of adults in a care setting * Be able to undertake a moving and handling risk assessment.
Additional information
Maximum places 12
Closing date One week before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 4
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/24/289 Firwood House, Eastbourne 15 April 2024  09:30 - 15:30
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Completing Individual Risk Assessments for the Moving and Handling of Adults

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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description For staff who complete individual Moving and Handling risk assessments and plans for adults. The course does not cover generic moving and handling risk assessments of objects.  Staff should not have attended the ESCC 4 day Moving and Handling Train the Trainer, as that course covers Moving and Handling Risk Assessment. 
 
There will be some case scenarios to work through. 
Training objectives Provide knowledge and confidence to complete balanced, person-centred risk assessments, demonstrating clear reasoning of the risks and how and why decisions have been reached to reduce them.   Candidates will be able to detail risks/hazards, consider clients' human rights and evidence their reasoning. 
Learning outcomes
  • Increase knowledge of legislation affecting moving and handling 
  • Be able to complete a personalised, balanced, holistic and concise risk assessment 
  • Be able to complete a person centred concise manual handling plan.  
Additional information
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
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Moving and Handling of People

Moving and Handling of People Foundation Level Theory and Practical Combined

Course details
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Target audience
  • ESCC Directly Provided Services
  • Personal Assistants (Care)
  • Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector
  • Voluntary and Community Sector Staff
  • Informal Carers
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description This course provides delegates with both theory and practical knowledge of their legal responsibilities, safe techniques and equipment that they may need to use to move and assist a client. It does not cover clients who need hoisting or are cared for in bed.
Training objectives To provide care givers with:
  • safe moving techniques to protect themselves and the adult they are caring for
  • Practical demonstrations of how to use equipment safely and appropriately, including stand aids, handling belts, leg lifters etc
Learning outcomes
  • Basic knowledge of health and safety, and care legislation 
  • Knowledge of equipment for the ambulant client
  • Understand the anatomy of the spine and how to reduce the risk of back injury
  • Understand the importance of good sitting posture.
Additional information This course replaces the foundation part 1 via TEAMS and part 2 face to face and combines the 2 courses together. Due to the practical nature of the course, candidates must be fit, appropriately dressed and wear closed in shoes.
Maximum places 14
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/24/278 Firwood House, Eastbourne 16 February 2024 - COURSE CANCELLED 09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/279 Firwood House, Eastbourne 27 February 2024  09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/280 Firwood House, Eastbourne 08 March 2024 09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/280 Firwood House, Eastbourne 19 March 2024 09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/281 Firwood House, Eastbourne 22 March 2024 09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/283 Firwood House, Eastbourne 25 March 2024  09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/300 Firwood House, Eastbourne 02 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/301 Firwood House, Eastbourne 11 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/302 Firwood House, Eastbourne 25 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/303 Firwood House, Eastbourne 30 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/304 Firwood House, Eastbourne 14 May 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/305 Firwood House, Eastbourne 24 May 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/306 Firwood House, Eastbourne 03 June 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/307 Firwood House, Eastbourne 11 June 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/308 Firwood House, Eastbourne 20 June 2024 09:30 - 14:30
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Moving and Handling People with Restricted Mobility (Hoisting and Bed Care) Theory and Practical Combined

Course details
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Target audience
  • ESCC Directly Provided Services
  • Personal Assistants (Care)
  • Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector
  • Voluntary and Community Sector Staff
  • Informal Carers
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description The course will cover both theory and practical elements of:    Caring for and assisting clients with restricted mobility. We will refresh knowledge on Legislation, including LOLER requirements, risk assessments, sling selection,  safely fitting slings, best practice techniques when hoisting clients .  The use of stand aids, dressing aids.
Training objectives To provide care givers with:
  • Safe techniques to protect their backs and the adult they are caring for  
  • Knowledge of the additional challenges faced by those who are immobile and unable to reposition themselves
  • Knowledge of equipment and slide sheet techniques 
  • Understanding of the concepts of a balanced risk assessment approach. 
Learning outcomes
  • Understand the needs of clients with limited mobility  
  • Awareness of equipment that can be used to move clients 
  • Knowledge of slings and when to fit and use them 
  • Knowledge of unsafe practices and understand why and what injury may occur.
Additional information This course replaces the restricted mobility part 1 via TEAMS and part 2 face to face course and combines the 2 courses together. Due to the practical nature of the course, candidates must be fit, appropriately dressed and wear closed in shoes.
Maximum places 14
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/24/284 Firwood House, Eastbourne 26 February 2024 COURSE FULL 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/285 Firwood House, Eastbourne 14 March 2024  09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/294 Firwood House, Eastbourne 05 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/295 Firwood House, Eastbourne 19 April 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/296 Firwood House, Eastbourne 03 May 2024 09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/297 Firwood House, Eastbourne 31 May 2024  09:30 - 14:30
ASC/24/298 Firwood House, Eastbourne 06 June 2024 09:30 - 14:30 
ASC/24/299 Firwood House, Eastbourne 25 June 2024 09:30 - 14:30
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Moving and Handling for People with Dementia

Course details
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Target audience Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Occupational Therapists / Occupational Therapy Assistants / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description This course is aimed at those who care and provide moving and handling assistance for people with dementia, the specific challenges and issues that arise when helping someone with dementia to move and transfer, aiming to reduce anxiety and ensure maximum engagement function and safety for all.  
Training objectives Symptoms of dementia that affect mobility and movement 
* Differences between violence, aggression, anxiety and fear and factors influencing the above 
* Behaviour in dementia 
*Techniques and strategies, and interventions that can be utilised to reduce distress * Risk assessing for those with dementia and fluctuating ability. 
Learning outcomes Understand:  
* How dementia affects mobility and movement  *Why moving and handling and personal care tasks can lead to fear, anxiety and behavioural changes  *How we recognise behavioural triggers and have a clear strategy to accommodate the person's needs, making moving and handling interventions person centred. 
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/24/290 Firwood House, Eastbourne 09 April 2024 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/24/291 Firwood House, Eastbourne 28 June 2024  09:30 - 12:30 
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Posture and Seating: An Integral Component of Good Moving and Handling for Clients with Restricted Mobility

Course details
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Target audience Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Personal Assistants (Care) / PVI Adults (Private, Voluntary and Independent Care Sector) / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description This course is aimed at those assessing and caring for adults with limited mobility who struggle to re-adjust or move their position when seated.   It covers: 
  • Normal posture and how function relates to posture 
  • Anatomy of pelvis and spine 
  • Effects of immobility on the body, in relation to posture, tissue viability, circulation 
  • Awareness of postural issues and how to correct/support them 
  • Importance of ensuring clients sit in a functional postural position and are repositioned appropriately 
  • Appropriate hoisting techniques into a chair 
  • Ensuring the client's seat is the correct size suitable. 
Training objectives To understand the principles and merits of good seating posture, how to ensure someone is sitting in the best position and how to ensure adequate repositioning. 
Learning outcomes
  • Clients are seated in the most appropriate position 
  • Understand risk factors to posture, seating, tissue viability and their potential impact on an adult’s function and wellbeing 
  • Candidates can visually identify when someone’s posture is restricted and how to correct their posture. 
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/24/309 Firwood House, Eastbourne 09 April 2024 13:30 - 16:30
ASC/24/310 Firwood House, Eastbourne 10 June 2024 09:30 - 12:30 
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Moving and Handling for Occupational Therapists

Moving and Handling of People: Practical Session for OTs Part 2 (Hoisted Clients and Bed Care)

Course details
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Target audience ACM / OTs. Occupational Therapists who assess and prescribe equipment for clients with reduced function and are hoisted.
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description
  • The 3 hour course is a practical course of techniques and equipment to overcome functional limitations for clients. Focusing on clients who are hoisted, need repositioning advice and have limited function.
We will be practising:
  • Techniques to fit slings in chairs and the bed
  • Removing slings safely
  • Resolving hoisting scenarios
  • Moving and repositioning clients in bed
  • Turning insitu sheets
Training objectives This half day course will provide you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to prescribe equipment and resolve functional problems for their clients who have severely compromised function.
Learning outcomes By the end of this session, candidates will: Be familiar with a range of equipment and techniques. Be confident in  prescribing and demonstrating that equipment to clients and their carers.
Additional information
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 dates 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/24/317 Firwood House, Eastbourne 02 May 2024 13:30 - 16:30
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Moving and Handling of People: Practical Session for OTs (Weight-Bearing Clients)

Course details
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Target audience ACM / OTs. Occupational Therapists who assess and prescribe equipment for clients with reduced function.
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description
  • The 3 hour course is a practical course of techniques and equipment to overcome functional limitations for clients. Focusing on clients who have some weight-bearing ability.
  • We will be practising:
  • Sit to stand techniques
  • Assisting someone on the stairs
  • Assisting a client in and out of bed
  • Stand and turn aids
  • Stand aid.
Training objectives This half day course will provide you with the knowledge, skills and confidence to prescribe equipment and resolve functional problems for their clients.
Learning outcomes By the end of this session, candidates will: Be familiar with a range of equipment and techniques. Be confident in demonstrating that equipment to clients and their carers.
Additional information
Maximum places 12
Closing date 3 dates 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/24/316 Firwood House, Eastbourne 02 May 2024 09:30 - 12:30 
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Posture and Seating For Occupational Therapists

Course details
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Target audience ACM/DPS/Occupational Therapists/OTs with Adult Social Care and Housing
Subject Moving and Handling
Course description To provide Occupational Therapists with the knowledge to understand and identify normal posture and how it relates to function.
Training objectives To understand the implications of appropriate seating and repositioning to maximise function and minimise risk of injury and pressure sores. To be able to assess the position of the pelvis and the effect on the rest of a client's body position and function.
Learning outcomes Describe and understand normal posture. Identify intrinsic and extrinsic risk factors, supportive seating, tissue viability and their potential impact on an adult’s wellbeing. Identify risk factors that poor moving and handling can have on posture, seating and tissue viability. Demonstrate clinical reasoning for options considered.
Additional information
Maximum places 12
3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
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Moving and Handling for Occupational Therapy and Occupational Therapy Assistants - Theory Session

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Target audience ACM/DPS/Occupational Therapists / Occupational Therapy Assistants 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description The session is designed for OTs and OTAs to attend prior to their practical training, to cover all theory related information.  
Training objectives First 2 hours OT and OTAs to attend: 
  • Health and safety and care legislation, responsibilities, and the OT role within the framework
  • Anatomy and safe lifting principles
    • Seated posture and importance of repositioning clients 
    • Assist to stand techniques  
    • Turning aids 
Last 1 hour OTs only need attend. OTAs welcome if they wish: 
  • Stock slings and categories, (measuring)
    • Types of hoists, LOLER checks
    • Slide sheets 
    • Stand aids 
    • Insitu slide sheets 
Requirements for moving and handling plans and the use of recorded videos. 
Learning outcomes It is expected candidates will:
  • Be confident in their role within the remits of health and safety and care legislation 
  • Understand the importance of safe lifting principles 
  • Have a basic awareness of equipment and techniques and how these could address functional issues with their clients.
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/24/241 MS Teams 21 February 2024 09:30 - 12:30 
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Moving and Handling Practical Session for Occupational Therapists Part 2

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Target audience Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Occupational Therapists 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description Aimed at Adult Social Care staff who assess for and prescribe manual handling equipment.  Prescribers of moving and handling equipment should complete yearly training in the assessment for and use of equipment.  Prerequisite: Occupational Therapists must have attended the virtual theory training before attending Part 2. 
Training objectives To provide Occupational Therapists as prescribers of moving and handling equipment the knowledge to assess and provide appropriate equipment and techniques to ensure optimal manual handling practice for their clients and safe manual handling for carers. 
Learning outcomes
  • Be confident demonstrating and prescribing a range of equipment  
  • Understand importance of a comprehensive risk assessment, plan, and your role within this  
  • Complete and demonstrate safe sit to stand techniques 
  • Undertake techniques for moving and handling a client with restricted mobility  
  • Be familiar with single carer techniques that can be used with clients. 
Additional information
Maximum places 8
Closing date 3 days before course date
Cost £0
Number of sessions 1
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Moving and Handling Practical Session for Occupational Therapy Assistants Part 2

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Target audience Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Occupational Therapy Assistants 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description This course is aimed at Adult Social Care staff who assess for and prescribe manual handling equipment. 
Prerequisite: Occupational Therapy Assistants must have attended the virtual theory training before attending Part 2. 
Training objectives To provide Occupational Therapy Assistants with the knowledge to assess and provide appropriate equipment and techniques to ensure optimal manual handling practice for their clients. 
Learning outcomes
  • Be confident in demonstrating a range of equipment 
  • Complete and demonstrate safe sit to stand techniques  
  • Undertake techniques for assisting a client in and out of bed 
  • Be familiar with walking frames 
  • Understand the features and uses of a profiling bed. 
Additional information
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/24/242 Firwood House, Eastbourne 22 February 2024 09:30 - 12:30
ASC/24/313 Firwood House, Eastbourne 10 June 2024 13:30 - 16:30 
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Hoist and Sling Familiarisation for Occupational Therapists - Advanced Level

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Target audience Occupational Therapists. ESCC Assessment & Care Management / ESCC Directly Provided Services 
Subject Health and Safety 
Course description This half day course practical course is aimed at Occupational Therapists within Adult Social Care and Housing, who assess and work with adults who require hoisting.  This is a hands-on session, looking at all aspects required in assessing for and prescribing full lifting slings. It therefore covers the variety of stock slings, pros and cons of various slings and sizing, alternative slings and their potential application for clients.  The session allows candidates to practice a variety of techniques to use slide sheets to assist in fitting a sling correctly. 
Training objectives To provide practical experience for Occupational Therapists to aid them in completing Moving and Handling Sling Assessments and be familiar with the variety of styles and uses of slings. 
Learning outcomes By the end of this session, candidates will: 
  • Have a good working knowledge of a range of slings, feel confident measuring them and fitting them. 
  • Feel confident in demonstrating the use of slide sheets to carers.  
Additional information
Maximum places 9
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/24/314 Firwood House, Eastbourne 18 April 2024 09:30 - 12:30
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Completing Individual Risk Assessing for the Moving and Handling of Adults for Occupational Therapists

Course details
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Target audience Assessment & Care Management / Directly Provided Services (ESCC) / Occupational Therapists 
Subject Moving and Handling 
Course description This is an in-depth course for Occupational Therapists who complete individual risk assessments and plans for adult patients or carers.  It covers: legislation that impacts and frames the risk assessments, good practice in assessing risks, demonstrating a balanced approach, how to write a risk assessment and a concise plan.
Training objectives Provide risk assessors the knowledge and confidence to complete assessments that adhere to legislation requirements, consider clients’ human rights and evidence their reasoning, ensuring assessments are balanced, person centred, fit for purpose, optimise clients’ abilities and demonstrate reasoning of risks that have been identified and how decisions have been reached. 
Learning outcomes Candidates will:
  • Have increased knowledge of legislation
  • Be able to complete a personalised, balanced  holistic and concise risk assessment
  • Complete a concise and articulate Moving and handling plan
 
Additional information
Maximum places 14
Closing date 3 days before
Cost £0
Number of sessions one
Course dates, venue and times
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Course code Venue Course dates Time
ASC/24/315 Firwood House, Eastbourne 28 May 2024  09:30 - 16:00
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