For Registered Nurses and Nursing Assistants
All Clinical Midwives, consultant Obstetricians, Obstetric Trainee’s, Maternity Support workers, Maternity assistants, Housekeepers and Clerical staff
All qualified registered nurses who have completed preceptorship and IV additives course and will be required to administer IV opiates regularly in their current role
For all trained newly qualified nursing staff
For staff that have been recognised as our most influential leaders.
For staff wanting to develop and maintain throughout their career
All trained nursing staff who work predominantly on surgical wards/theatres
The Venepuncture and Cannulation course is designed for healthcare professionals who would be expected to apply the skills taught as part of their clinical duties
CHAPS is suitable for all clinical staff, it focuses on understanding the role human factors play in our clinical work
This course is designed to help develop the knowledge and skills neccessary, to manage the deteriorating child in an acute medical emergency. Learners will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience in a wide range of clinical techniques and practice those skills through simualtion.
Designed for clinical staffs’ that has been identified on an ILS course as instructor potential
Designed for clinical staff employed within the Trust, who may be expected to treat a patient in Cardiac Arrest. This course aims to expand existing knowledge to improve both technique and confidence in managing life threatening emergencies.
Only for Candidates who have been recommended to teach following completion of their ALS / APLS course
Medical Staff of SHO grade and above that deal with the trauma patient
Available to senior health care professionals, working in a Paediatric setting or as members of the Paediatric Cardiac arrest team
Available to registered health care professionals, working in either a critical care setting or as members of the Cardiac arrest team
The course is designed for all trained nurses, junior medical staff and allied health professionals who in their day to day work look after acutely ill patients
For all staff
All staff working predominantly with children, young people, and parents
All staff with leadership responsibilities
All staff that have diabetes patients within the working area
All Clinical Midwives, consultant Obstetricians, Obstetric Trainee’s HCA/MSW relevant part of the course only
All Clinical Midwives, consultant Obstetricians, Obstetric Trainee’s
Any member of staff who through the nature of their job role could encounter the Hazards brought about by Ionising Radiation – X-Rays
All those Staff who are involved with referring patients for or undertaking / overseeing Radiological Investigations involving Ionising Radiation – X-Rays
NMC registrants with a mentor qualification who are active stage 2 mentors and wish to progress to sign –off mentor status. The sign-off mentor is responsible for signing –off the student as being fit for practice for entry to the NMC register
Registered Practitioners who have a responsibility to support student learning within the clinical environment. The mentor update is an annual mandatory NMC requirement for all registered nurses and midwives who are mentors/practice teachers
For RGN, CSW, NVQ level 3, with managers support and opportunity to use skill on a regular basis
All trained allied healthcare professionals who manage and care for a tracheostomy
All COCH staff groups (clinical or non-clinical) and students on placement at the Countess of Chester Hospital, registered with the EdTC Library
This course is for Staff Nurses working in AMU, ICU, A&E, and Ward 43.
Mainly aimed at fund signatories, but also suitable for anyone who is involved or would like to become involved with the charitable funds
For all trained staff
For all new staff employed by the hospital on a permanent or temporary basis
For all new HCSW on joining the Trust
This is for all registered nurses new to the Trust.
All Non-Clinical Staff
For all medical staff
For clinical staff with direct patient contact
This course is an update session for Link Trainers. Learners should be up to date with their Manual Handling Mandatory Update Training before undertaking this update course.
Non-patient handling staff that are interested in manual handling and have completed their non-clinical mandatory training. Learners must be nominated by their managers. Learners must know what the role of Link Trainer involves and want to be the Manual Handling Link Trainer for their area.
Patient handling staff that are interested in manual handling and have completed their clinical mandatory training. Learners must be nominated by their managers. Learners must know what the Role of Link Trainer involves and want to be the Manual Handling Link Trainer for their area.
Any staff that move and handle objects & people as part of their job role. This course is delivered as part of the Trust’s Midwifery Mandatory Training Refresher Programme.
Nominated Fire Wardens. All staff are eligible subject to manager’s approval/nomination
Designed for all staff employed by the Trust, both clinical and non-clinical
This course is for all frontline staff as noted in Level 1 however is offered to all members of staff who would like to increase their awareness in violent situations