Our registered nurse educator delivers these sessions, which include 3 on-the-job competency assessments.
Palliative care may be needed when someone has a life-threatening or life-limiting illness, and/or they are approaching end of life through the normal ageing process.
Those needing a deeper understanding of dementia and practical strategies to promote positive interactions in supporting a person with dementia will find this course invaluable.
This course helps carers to better understand dysphagia and how to offer support.
We offer training in the correct choice and fitting of continence aids in this session.
This workshop provides the skills and knowledge needed to safely handle, prepare and store food in accordance with organisational policies and procedures.
Person centred care has many facets. This session provides an insight into the person centred care philosophy and gives practical strategies to implement the approach.
This session aims to increase understanding and respect for cultural differences, leading to better care for clients.
This workshop provides the skills and knowledge required to minimise the risk of falls, working in partnership with older people and their carers.
This 4 hour session is a blend of theory and practical tasks. It focuses on the risks associated with working in the direct care sectors and explains the strategies used to prevent injuries at work.
Employees within the health care and community services sectors need to work in accordance with infection control policies, procedures and industry standards. This course provides the skills and knowledge required.
Topics in this session focus on providing support services according to an established individualised plan. It is delivered as a blend of both theory and practical tasks.
This session covers topics associated with the rights of clients who receive a service.
This is a non-accredited workshop focusing on basic First Aid techniques for carers. For our nationally accredited Provide First Aid course, refer to the Accredited Short Courses section.
One of the most challenging times as an aged care worker is when you are supporting residents and their families through a period of loss and grief. The ability to handle situations like this with confidence and skill is essential.
With the rise in diabetes and the increasing complexity of managing the disease, health professionals need to keep abreast of the latest information, advances and technology. In this course, our registered nurse educator delivers current information on the management of clients with diabetes in both residential and home care settings.
This session raises awareness of common mental health issues.