What you will learn on this course
The responsibility of medications resides with everyone who is part of the care process. The Care Quality Commission has underlined the most important objectives to learn, distilled into an intensive training course
Once completed, you will have learned:
- The key legislations around medications and their use
- Key persons and responsibilities for staff in control of medications
- The main classifications of drugs and substances
- How the medications get into the patient
- How to spot changes or side effects
- Emergency treatment of drug errors
- Records keeping
All of our training courses are taught to a robust and versatile specification. To ensure our certificates are correctly accredited, we employ a thorough quality assurance process to every course.
The full qualification specification can be downloaded here
Personalise your training
Unique to Vital Workplace Training, each course has been adapted to include vital safety information for your workplace. As part of this, our training courses come with an optional add-on for your sector or pursuit. Why don’t you take a look and see how we can make your training, yours.
It is important to us that all workplaces get access to high quality and tailored training in a budget-friendly way. By constantly reviewing our pricing and tracking the industry changes, we can bring you the most competitive training prices without compromising the standards we have come to be known for.
- Single price per learner is £40
- For group pricing check out our pricing page
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