From Care Assistants to Cleaners, Gardeners, and Registered Managers, residential care training is essential within a residential care setting to assist the staff to provide the optimum short term and long term care. Whilst the needs of the residents may not be acute or medically challenging, the level of care required to nurture and look after the residents can be equally as demanding.
The assisted living facilities on site often provide a home from home environment and to deliver this experience requires patient and caring staff who are able to empathise with those for whom they care.
To gain an insight into how the residents may feel, we offer residential care training in many aspecs of care and we have singled out a few training courses that will be of great benefit to you and your colleagues and ultimately everyone who steps foot into your residential care facility.
From Parkinson’s & Alzheimers Awareness, Stroke Awareness, or Dementia Awareness to the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards, we are able to teach you the latest ways to engage with the residents and to ensure that you are up to date with the most recent policies and procedures. You may of course just require a refresher course on Infection Control Training or Food Hygiene, which we also deliver in your setting.
For more information on our training for residential care staff, feel free to give us a call on 029 2049 4969 and we’ll be happy to help you to make the right choices. Alternatively, you can write to us using the enquiry form below, or browse our comprehensive list of courses.
Specialised training course listing
This Dementia Advanced training course will help delegates recognise the signs of dementia. It will enable participants to understand the nature and the effect Dementia has on individuals and the most appropriate care for people living with this disease.
This Diabetes & Insulin Awareness induction and management training course caters for those working with or who are responsible for the welfare and wellbeing of people with diabetes, this includes healthcare professionals not specialising in diabetes.
This Dignity, Support & Choice training course is suitable for all levels of health care or trained staff working in all care environments. It promotes dignity, support and choice for all service users.
The skills and knowledge attained as a result of attendance include delivery of a person centred approach to care enabling service users to achieve and maintain the maximum level of independence, choice and control while promoting their needs and community participation.
This Mental Health Awareness training course is designed for healthcare professionals to understand the mental health spectrum, the impact and prevalence of mental health and dispels myths commonly associated with ill mental health in the workplace.
This Safeguarding Adults Training course is designed for anyone who has contact with the public and is a valuable training course for protecting those most susceptible to abuse. The course will raise awareness of different types of abuse and their signs, detail the correct reporting procedures and to prevent abuse wherever possible.
This Wound Management course is designed for nurses and health care assistants involved in caring for patients with chronic and acute wounds. As a result of this session each candidate will have greater appreciation of wound types and the appropriate techniques to manage them effectively.