Tissue Viability

4.6
5 opinions
  • very educational. and will use what i have learnt when caring for wounds
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  • It updated my existing knowledge. The trainer was obviously an expert in her field and as a trainer had an excellent delivery style.
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  • we all found the training very interesting and gained information that has improved our overall performance and understanding. we would recomend this training to all nursing home nurses and care staff.
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Short course

In Kettering

£ 45 + VAT

Description

  • Type

    Short course

  • Location

    Kettering

  • Duration

    1 Day

To deliver a working understanding of wound care management and tissue viability for healthcare professionals.
Suitable for: Registered General Nurses (RGN)/ Staff Nurses Healthcare Assistants (HCA) Nursing Homes Nurses Nursing Home Staff Agency Nursing Staff Acute Treatment Sector: District Nursing, General Practice

Facilities

Location

Start date

Kettering (Northamptonshire)
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NN16 0BL

Start date

On request

Start date

On request

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Opinions

4.6
excellent
  • very educational. and will use what i have learnt when caring for wounds
    |
  • It updated my existing knowledge. The trainer was obviously an expert in her field and as a trainer had an excellent delivery style.
    |
  • we all found the training very interesting and gained information that has improved our overall performance and understanding. we would recomend this training to all nursing home nurses and care staff.
    |
100%
4.6
excellent

Course rating

Recommended

Centre rating

Shirley Benson

5.0
22/09/2010
What I would highlight: very educational. and will use what i have learnt when caring for wounds
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Pauline Hunt

4.0
31/08/2010
What I would highlight: It updated my existing knowledge. The trainer was obviously an expert in her field and as a trainer had an excellent delivery style.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

andrea atkinson

5.0
15/07/2010
What I would highlight: we all found the training very interesting and gained information that has improved our overall performance and understanding. we would recomend this training to all nursing home nurses and care staff.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

Mary Millar

5.0
06/07/2010
What I would highlight: I found the course very useful a good reminder of a lot that I had forgotten and very pertinent to the area that I now work. All in all very informative and useful.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes

BARBARA HEMBLING

4.0
30/06/2010
What I would highlight: I was able to relate what i learnt to my work placement
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Reviews gathered by Emagister & iAgora

Course programme

GNCS are the only company in the UK to offer public Tissue Viability training.

Delegates will achieve a better understanding of the factors that affect wound healing rates. They will revisit the anatomy and physiology of the skin and will have a greater understanding f wound care products; how, why, when, where and what to use and when products are contraindicated. Delegates are advised to adhere to the local wound formulary (if there is one in place) and our tutors will explain generically what each category of dressing does and when it should or should not be used. The training course should enable the delegate to manage the majority of chronic and new minor wounds competently in order to promote healing rates.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is targeted at healthcare professionals who deal with wounds; regardless of the health care setting. It is also suitable for those who already have experience of dealing with chronic wound care (NVQ Levels II & III) and are seeking a more in-depth study of the subject.


THIS COURSE IS BASED IN BELFAST

Tissue Viability

£ 45 + VAT