Injections training for Healthcare Assistants Training

This comprehensive course will provide an understanding of the correct technique in the general administration of injections, and a brief overview of the emergency management of anaphylaxis. Following this training, delegates would need to be supervised administering injections in their workplace, until deemed competent by their supervisor.

Suitable for: Healthcare Assistants.

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AIM

To provide participants with an understanding of the correct technique in the administration of injections.

OBJECTIVES

  • Outline the anatomical features of the Circulatory, Muscular and Nervous systems.
  • Identify correct injection technique, positioning, holding and storage and cold chain.
  • Discuss patient consent and recording.
  • Demonstrate how to inject through the use of simulated devices.
  • Outline a brief overview of the management of anaphylaxis.

At the end of the course delegates should be able to:

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the related anatomical features of the circulatory, muscular and nervous systems.
  • Identify the current guidance and best practice in administering injections.
  • Outline the correct storage of injections (including cold chain), holding, consent and recording.
  • Outline a brief overview of the emergency management of anaphylaxis.
  • Demonstrate the administration of injections using a simulated device.
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24

Aug

Injections training for Healthcare Assistants

Belfast

£144.00

Monday, 24 August 2020

09:30 AM - 04:30 PM (1 day)

  • £144.00 incl. VAT

Mon 24 Aug 2020

09:30 AM - 04:30 PM (1 day)

This comprehensive course will provide an understanding of the correct technique in the general administration of injections, and a brief overview of the emergency management of anaphylaxis. Following this training, delegates would need to be supervised administering injections in their workplace, until deemed competent by their supervisor.

Cost

£144.00

Time

9.30am – 4.30pm

10.30am- 3.30pm (Dublin)

Accredited by

6 CPD Hours