The care quality commission identified medication as one of the vulnerable areas to mistakes. Everyone involved in health and social care must complete this training
The live classroom setting is better for this intensive course of 3 hours delivered over a minimum of 1 day. Best combined in a healthcare experience day or the care certificate training suite
For compliance, this training course features an accredited certificate with all learning outcomes listed. Can be offered as regulated
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
We teach all of our courses to the same high standards, regardless of which course we’re teaching in which working environment.
Here at Vital Workplace Training, we provide personalised training sessions for our attendees which will only cover the relevant parts of course material.
Our medication administration training session will be applied specifically to your working environment to teach you techniques that are tailored towards the health and social care sector.
What’s important to us here at Vital Workplace Training is teaching as many workforces as we can. In order to do this, we constantly look for ways to make our courses better while keeping our prices as low as possible. Take a look at our pricing below.
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