Personal and Pressure Care Training
3 hours - £30pp
Welcome to Helping Hands' Personal and Pressure Care training course which upon completion will enable participants to effectively care for people that need personal care. As well as understanding the the importance of dignity and personal hygiene, and knowing how to prevent pressure sores.
Personal and Pressure Care Training Course Overview
Unit I: Introduction
Unit II: The role of a carer when toileting a service user
Unit II: Incontinence and its control
Unit IV: The importance of personal hygiene procedures
Unit V: Dignity
Unit VI: Pressure sores and how they can be avoided
Unit VII: Policies and procedures
Unit VIII: Conclusion
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you need any prior training/qualifications to do this course?
No, participants do not need any prior training or qualifications to attend this course. Helping Hands’ training courses are designed to pass on skills and knowledge to complete novices as well as experienced professionals, all participants will benefit from this course regardless of experience or existing skills/knowledge.
Do you offer this course online?
Yes, a similar version of this course can be accessed via virtual workshop. Helping Hands trainers can deliver this training course over a video conferencing platform such as Zoom where they will share their screen, lead discussions with participants and deliver the learning outcomes over the internet. If you would like to access this course via virtual workshop please get in touch.
Do you need to be physically fit to do this course?
There are no physical aspects to the learning of this course. Therefore, this course is accessible to people of all levels of health and fitness, to be able to pass this course participants need to demonstrate an understanding of the course material and be willing to learn and engage with the course – there are no physical requirements to this.
Do you gain a qualification from this course?
This course is certified by Trainer Courses and participants of this course are deemed to hold a nationally recognised award at Level 2 which will allow them to care for clients who need personal care and may be at risk of developing pressure sores.