Our trainers carry a number of accreditations and quality marks, including OFQUAL, City and Guilds and also a Skills for Care Endorsement. They can deliver all mandatory training courses in a classroom type atmosphere. The training is designed to be dynamic and engaging to maintain full motivation of the learners. The training utilizes a full VARK model of engagement to insure the learning styles of everyone are met. Activities are paramount for the course and the use of real life scenarios to aid important decision-making criteria are embedded. This is to make sure that the learners can apply the learning in their workplace. Ongoing assessment as well as tests are used to measure the learning.
More information on mandatory training can be provided by our team, however I have included a list below for all courses available.
|Moving and Handling Practical||This is a practical course where all learners are expected to take part to ensure that all of the theory can be put into practice. This course is suitable for all workers within the health and social care sector. It is mapped to the skills for care common inductions standards and is in line with the national occupational standards for skills in health and social care. We would strongly recommend this course as a must, following delivery of the theory element.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Moving and Handling Theory||This is a theory course and is designed for anyone who in the course of their work could be called upon to move a load from one area to another using bodily force. It will provide the learner with the knowledge and skills required to carry out moving and handling of a load and be able to apply the principles in practice within their workplace. When referring to “load” the principles of the course cover inanimate objects. We would wholly recommend that this course is delivered in conjunction with the Moving & Handling Practical course. All personnel working within a Health or Social Care setting should have a sound knowledge of moving and handling.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Activities||Develop activities that are person centred and assist with enrichment of individuals.
|Anaphylaxis||Define anaphylaxis: describe the body’s reaction and explain the common triggers, demonstrate the first aid treatment of someone suffering and explain the medication used for safe treatment||3 hours||Min 3-18|
|Autism Awareness||To give you an insight into the Autistic Spectrum Disorder, the symptoms, diagnosis and potential interventions to assist the sufferer of Autism in leading their life.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Bipolar Disorder||To enable learners to have a basic knowledge of Bipolar Disorder and how can it effect individuals.
||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Care Certificate||In April the new Care Certificate which has been developed to meet the requirements of the Cavendish Review will be launched. Bringing the requirement for staff to have been deemed competent against the 15 standards within the certificate, Fairway Training’s Care Certificate course covers the knowledge requirements for the 15 standards within the Care Certificate.||5 days||Min 3-18|
|COSHH||To give an overview to control of substances hazardous to health to ensure that at all times you have the knowledge and understanding to be able to work to best practice.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Dignity in Care||Develop knowledge and understanding to be able to promote and advocate a dignity and respect based delivery of care.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|End of Life Care||To ensure you have a clear understanding and awareness of the process of dying and to how ensure that the client’s symptoms are relieved.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Continence||To inform the carer how the management of incontinence, both urinary and faecal, and the promotion of continence differ. To ensure the learner has the basic knowledge to apply the principles of catheter care and to inform the learner about the principles of stoma care.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Basic First Aid Appointed Person||Suitable for people 18 years and over, this course is designed for staff who work in lower risk environments, have a small number of staff, or where HSE guidelines indicate a first aider is not necessary.||3 hours||Min 3-18|
|Emergency First Aid at Work||If your risk assessment indicates that first aid training covering emergency protocols only, is sufficient for your workplace, this one-day course will help you meet your regulatory requirements. This course is designed for people who want to receive training in emergency first aid and is especially suited for nominated first aiders in smaller, low risk working environments.||1 Day||Min 3-18|
|First Aid at Work Refresher||This three-hour refresher course provides first aiders with an opportunity to practise and update their skills as a qualified first aider, at any time while their first aid certificate is valid. The HSE strongly recommends that you attend a refresher session once every year during this three year period. This course is for people holding a current First aid at work or Emergency first aid at work certificate.||3 Hours||Min 3-18|
|Fire Marshall||Explain the typical role of a fire warden/marshal in relation to workplace safety. Identify and use a range of portable fire extinguishers. Recognise the way people behave in a fire situation.
Explains the key fire safety duties under the law, be competent in your duties during an evacuation, recognise the need for fire evacuations drills. Describe how to prevent fire & limit its impact and to understand the principles of a risk assessment.
|Full day||Min 3-18|
|First Aid-Basic Life Support||To enable learners to understand the basics of first aid including CPR, secondary survey, recovery position and choking.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Paediatric First Aid||This two-day paediatric first aid course focuses on emergency scenarios that face those looking after young children and infants, including day nurseries, private nursery schools, pre-schools, before and after school clubs for children in the early years age group, childminders and carers of children at home. The paediatric first aid course meets the Ofsted Early Years and Childcare Register requirements. This course is for people working with young children and those working towards an Early Years educator qualification.||2 Days||Min 3-18|
|Equality and Diversity||The aim of this training is to ensure care staff gain an awareness of equality, diversity and care values, and how anti-discriminatory practice underpins individual care.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Food Hygiene||Providing an overview of food hygiene alongside necessary information to help avoid food borne illness in your establishment.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Epilepsy||Basic understanding of epilepsy and the management of it, common triggers, identifying signs and symptoms and precautions when dealing with epilepsy.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Epilepsy Buccal Midazolam||Basic understanding of epilepsy and when emergency treatment is required including the use of buccal midazolam.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Parkinson’s Awareness||To give you an insight into Parkinson’s disorder we will consider ; the possible causing of Parkinson’s, discuss its effects, look at ways in which we can support the person that has Parkinson’s and consider possible treatment options.||Half day||Min 3-8|
|Risk Assessment||This is a theory course and is designed to raise awareness of individuals as to the need for risk assessments in the work place. The course requires candidate participation and everyone who attends will have to demonstrate that they can complete a number of risk assessments in their work place. The course is interactive and participatory, ensuring safer working environments for all.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Safeguarding Adults||This is a theory course and is designed for all care staff that work in the Health and Social Care sector including residential, respite and domiciliary. It will be invaluable for carers, supervisors, trainers and managers working with older people, vulnerable adults and service users living in their own home. It is also suitable for care staff, residential or domiciliary care workers undertaking the Skills for Care Common Induction Standards or RQF Mandatory Units.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Safeguarding Children||This safeguarding children course is designed to give everyone who works, or has contact with children, young people and/or their families an introduction to safeguarding and to raise awareness in the areas of dealing with a situation when a child discloses abuse. It also covers reliable methods of keeping accurate records.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Principles in Care||Give the learners an insight into the basics of care, including the core values, confidentiality, Maslow’s hierarchy of Care and the need for person centred approach to care planning.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Stroke Awareness||Giving the learner an oversight into the condition of stroke, the importance of a speedy intervention, the impact this has the sufferer and things that can be put in place to improve life after.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Syringe Drives||To understand why syringe drivers are used in palliative care, the discuss problems which could arise and to gain knowledge in drugs most commonly used in syringe drivers. ->||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Infection Control||This is a theory course that aims to provide the delegate with the knowledge and skills required to control and prevent the transmission of infection and contamination in a care environment and designed for anyone who works within a healthcare setting. This course is in line with the standards of Health and Social Care 2010. All personnel working within a healthcare setting should have a sound knowledge of Infection Control. Preventing and controlling infections is of significant importance in a health and social care environment. Infection Control is clearly highlighted within the essential standards making this course an absolute must for all levels of care staff.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Lone Worker||The knowledge of the hazards associated with lone working including de-escalation techniques, road rage and the policies and procedures that operate.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Moving and Handling Supervisors||Demonstrate a sound knowledge of relevant legislation that affects you, identify your vulnerability to injury when undertaking manual handling tasks, explain the workings of the spine and how to reduce that ricks of spinal injury, demonstrate the principles of biomechanics, demonstrate knowledge of ergonomics and demonstrate the process of risk assessment.||2 days|
|Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards||Is to provide an overview of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards and the implications they have for the service user and service providers.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Medication||The Care Quality Commission has recommended that all personnel working within the Health and Social Care profession, that could be called upon to administer medication, should have a sound knowledge about the process of administering medication. This course is suitable for all workers within the Health and Social Care sector. It is mapped to The Skills for Care Common Inductions Standards and is in line with The National Occupational Standards for Skills in Health and Social Care.||Half day||Min 3-18|
|Level 3 Award in Teacher Training (formerly PTLLS)||The Level 3 Award in Education and Training is an introduction to teaching that will give an insight into the roles, responsibilities and relationships in education and training, how to plan and deliver inclusive teaching sessions and how to assess and give constructive feedback.||5 days|
|Diploma in Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector||The Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector qualifies you for Qualified Teacher, Learning & Skills (QTLS) status. You can qualify for Qualified Teacher, Learning and Skills (QTLS) status, but if you already have QTLS status you can do a shorter subsidiary diploma to become a qualified specialist teacher. The Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector (DTLLS) is for anyone working as or planning to become a full teacher in further, adult or continuing education. You should have Level 3 skills in the subject you intend to teach, though a qualification is optional. You'll need access to 150 hours of teaching practice in a recognised lifelong learning location to earn a diploma, and 75 hours for the subsidiary diploma.||5 Days|