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Rapid Induction Training Courses For Adult Care Home Workers

Adult Social Care Home Rapid Induction Training

Skills For Care Mandatory TrainingAs part of the Skills for Care regulations all new staff working in care homes, nursing homes and domiciliary or community social care are required to undertake a rapid induction training programme.

With AOne’s rapid induction Skills For Care training courses you can be secure in the knowledge that your workers are gaining all the skills they need in order to succeed in the adult care industry.

Units in the Course

  • Assisting and moving people
  • Basic life support
  • Fire safety
  • Food safety
  • Health and safety awareness
  • Infection prevention and control
  • Medication management
  • Safeguarding (specifically around isolation)

Benefits of the Course

This course equips the learner with the knowledge and behaviours that they need to excel in the Health and Social Care industry.  Some of the units can be delivered through online training, to allow candidates to complete them in their own time and pace.  Speak to one of our team members to find out more.

Assessment

The assessment will be through a portfolio of evidence completed while the learner is on the units listed above.

Progression Options

This induction programme will give learners a basic understanding of many areas in the Health and Social Care sector.  Upon completion, candidates may want to proceed to specialise in a specific area within the care sector, such as diabetes management, or mental health support.

Rapid Induction Training For Health & Social Care Providers

If you would like to enquire about our rapid induction training courses for adult care workers in care homes, nursing homes, domiciliary carers & community social care staff, please contact us via telephone or fill out the form below.

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