27th December 2014
As the UK population continues to age we have seen over the past decade a number of specialist procedures and clinical skills that where once confined to hospitals and nurses being practiced widely within the community, in care homes and other domiciliary care settings by care workers and support staff; tracheostomy care, venepuncture and catheterisation is examples of such clinical skills.
With these increasing demands on care providers and support staff comes a growing need for specialist clinical skill training to ensure that extended clinical skills like tracheostomy care, venepuncture and catheterisation are competently and safely undertaken by trained care workers and support staff.
Our clinical skill training (tracheostomy care, venepuncture and catheterisation) qualifications help fulfil that need by giving formal recognition of the support staff’s knowledge of the relevant clinical skill theory, and the practical and professional requirements required to carry out these extended clinical skills procedures.
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