Remote - virtual learning for extended clinical and healthcare skills

 

Following a spike in demand for “extended clinical and healthcare skills” training during the COVID-19 pandemic we have designed a remote - virtual learning option

In an effort to support acute hospitals during this pandemic, our customers have reported a need to upskill their workforce in extended skills, such as:

  • Blood glucose monitoring,
  • Insulin Administration,
  • Administration of Medication or Feed via a PEG Tube (Gastrostomy Tube),
  • Buccal Midazolam Administration,
  • Nasogastric Tube Insertion

However, care providers are rightly so reluctant to have traditional classroom training therefore, we have designed an alternative that still has all the benefits of face-to-face learning but is delivered remotely

In line with the latest CQC guidelines (1st April 2020), we can upskill your workforce to provide extended clinical and healthcare skills via remote - virtual learning

Our remote - virtual learning option provides many benefits of interactive and effective learning, including:

- Delegates can access our virtual learning from any internet enabled device.  From experience we have found mobile phones and tablets to be the best devices as they enable their camera and microphone for full functionality

- Nurse tutor and the course delegates have face-to-face contact remotely utilising our virtual classroom

- Everybody can communicate either by voice or text

- Course delegates still participate in many of the training activities via our virtual classroom

- Everybody is able to ask questions and receive instant answers 

- Set up is easy.  We share a link prior to the course.  At the course start time, delegates click on the link and they will then have full access to our virtual classroom.  No need to install additional software, everything is done via a webpage

- As well as teaching and learning, our remote virtual training solution also offers electronic assessment, so delegates are assessed following their period of learning.  This ensures the delegates have achieved the course requirements

 

Please get in touch to discuss your current training needs 

 

*CQC Guidelines available at: https://www.cqc.org.uk/guidance-providers/adult-social-care/delegating-medicines-administration*