Safer People Handling Level 3 – COMING SOON – REGISTER YOUR INTEREST
Safer People Handling Level 3
Friday 4th October 2019
- To deliver the knowledge of Safer People Handling procedures and techniques; including Manual Handling.
- Be aware of current legislation and any changes underpinning Safer People Handling procedures
- Have a knowledge of Safer People Handling procedures.
- Knowledge of safeguarding principles and issues
- Knowledge of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Spine.
- Demonstrate correct manual handling procedure.
- Correct Safer People Handling techniques
An overview of this course and what delegates will learn
- Safer People Handling Theory
- Legislation Changes
- The Law
- Anatomy and Physiology of the Spine Manual Handling
- Good Manual Handling Approach
- Manual Handling Dos
- Manual Handling Don’ts
- REBA Assessment Hoist Practical and Slings
- Service User Assessment
- Fitting a sling with resident in bed
- Fitting sling in bed using slide sheets
- Fitting a sling with Resident in chair/wheelchair
- Fitting sling in chair/ wheelchair with slide sheets
- Hoisting from bed to chair
- Hoisting from chair to bed
- Use of stand-aid hoist Bed Work
- Turning in bed
- Fitting and removing flat slide sheets
- Fitting and removing tubular sheets
- Sliding the supine resident up/down the bed
- Sitting a resident up from lying
- Sitting resident up and onto edge of bed
- Assisting resident to lie down from sitting on edge of bed Sitting, Standing, Walking
- Moving Resident forward in a chair
- Moving Resident back in a chair.
- Sitting to standing from chair
- Sitting to standing from edge of bed
- Standing to sitting on chair
- Standing to sitting on edge of bed
- Assisted walking
- The falling Resident
- Raising the fallen Resident
Meet the trainer, Thomas
Tom is a self-motivated, adaptable and enthusiastic professional, who has eight years of teaching experience within both the Education and Health and Social Care sector.
In Tom’s role as a Health and Social Care Trainer, he has planned, organised and implemented successful training and development strategies for a wide-ranging group of clients. These clients include all areas of the Health and Social Care industry; ranging from, mental health, nursing homes, hospitals and doctors surgeries.
Tom has also worked as an Operations Director, meeting with clients, regarding their requirements and expectations.
Tom has an in-depth and current knowledge of National and Industry specific standards and legislation, which has allowed him to plan, create and deliver bespoke, client orientated training.
Tom has recently worked as a consultant for a Nursing home, managing and raising standard within the home. This included, training new care staff, implementing new policies and procedures, and the general running of the home.
“Enjoyable and filled with useful information.”
“Tom was very engaging and made the topics interesting. He also added humour into the topics where appropriate.”
“The course was very well presented and Tom made it fun and easy to follow.”
“Tom was very good and knowledgeable. Answered all questions needed. Look forward to seeing Tom again.”