Training, Health & Wellness Roadshow 2018 + Virtual Dementia Experience

Event 2018

Super excited to announce our Training, Health & Wellness Roadshow for Healthcare Assistants, Nurses & Allied Health Professionals. Upskill, get a free health check, sample free food, try out the latest products & free prizes .. join us for a Positive, Inspiring and Energising day!!

Update..Virtual Dementia Experience..Scary, Intimidating, Confusing & a feeling of vulnerability - the Virtual Dementia Tour is a 'must have' training for every care professional who want to understand dementia by walking in the shoes of a person with the disease.- Debrief & Cert. Limited places, pre-book essential. €85 - info@iaha.ie or call 089 9667041

Early Warning Score & SEPSIS Training for HCAs – Killarney 4th Aug 2018

SEPSIS

 

National Early Warning Score & SEPSIS Training for HCAs

Duration: 3.5hrs

Location: Killarney

Provider: Irish Association of Healthcare Assistants

IAHA Members Price: €35.00

Non Members Price:   €45.00  (Discounts on multiple bookings -contact us))

 

Candidates:   Candidates for this course are expected to have a QQI Level 5 Healthcare Qualification & be working in a health care setting.

The aim of this training is to facilitate the HCA to develop and update his/her knowledge of measuring & recording  a patient’s vital signs, with a focus on recording the findings in the National Early Warning Score Adult Patient Observation Chart, calculating a total EWS, and communicating the findings to the Registered Nurse (RN).

Course Objectives and Learning Outcomes:

Participants will be able to :

Identify safe and effective practice in measuring and recording patients’ vital signs in the NEWS Adult Patient Observation

Chart and communicating the total EWS and vital signs to the RN in accordance with local policy to include:

    • Respiration;
    • Inspired Oxygen (FiO2);
    • SaO2;
    • Blood Pressure;
    • Pulse;
    • Level of consciousness –utilising AVPU tool;
    • Temperature;
    • Calculating a total EWS & Communicating findings to the delegating RN

IAHA Member €35

Non Member €45

All our Trainers are experts in the field of Healthcare, Safety and Emergency Care and are recognised by the Irish Heart Foundation, Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, Health & Safety Authority, and other national and international organisations.

We bring realistic training, relating real life events into the class room. 

Vital Sign Training with Blood Glucose Checking & Oxygen Therapy -EWS & SEPSIS for HCAs

Vital Sign

Vital Sign Training with Blood Glucose, Oxygen Therapy & EWS & SEPSIS for HCAs - 26th Oct 2018

Duration: 1 Day

Location: Dublin

Provider: Irish Association of Healthcare Assistants

IAHA Members Price: €65.00

Non Members Price:   €85.00 (Discounts available for multiple bookings- contact us)

 Candidates: Candidates for this course are expected to have a QQI Level 5 Healthcare Qualification, CPR/AED & be working in a health care setting.

This course is aimed at health care workers who are required to record and report clinical observations and carry out blood glucose checking in their place of work.

By the end of this course candidates will be able to:-

  • Understand & state normal parameters for pulse, blood pressure, temperature, respiration and oxygen saturation
  • Take a manual and automatic blood pressure
  • Take and record temperature, respirations and radial pulse, and oxygen saturations
  • Explain how to assess level of consciousness using AVPU
  • Take a blood glucose reading
    • Benefits of Oxygen Therapy
    • The Dangers of Hypoxia
    • Patient Assessment
    • Adult & Child Oxygen Administration
    • Treating Respiratory Failure
    • Orapharyngeal Airways
    • Continuous Patient Monitoring
    • Safety in the Presence of Oxygen
    • Use of hand held suction units
    • Flow Rates and Gauges
    • Storage of Oxygen Cylinders
    • EWS & SEPSIS

For more info please Email: info@iaha.ie or Call 089 9667041

All our Trainers are experts in the field of Healthcare, Safety and Emergency Care and are recognised by the Irish Heart Foundation, Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, Health & Safety Authority, and other national and international organisations.

We bring realistic training, relating real life events into the classroom. 

HSE Dementia Education Programme – Free Training

Dementia awareness training for health and social care workers (including both the public and private sectors)  – The expansion of the current HSE National dementia awareness programme.

The 2 day (11 modules) educational dementia programme aims to provide participants with the knowledge skills and attitudes required to deliver high quality, person-centred care to the person with dementia and their carers. This programme will equip attendees with essential skills to engage and communicate appropriately with people with dementia

Level 3: Dementia awareness training for health and social care workers

Free Online Course – Talking About Cancer

1 in 2 people will develop cancer in their lifetime. Want to feel more confident talking about prevention and spotting cancer early? Our free online course Talking About Cancer has proved to be a huge success in building health professionals’ confidence and “know-how” to explore patients’ cancer awareness, attitudes and barriers and help them feel able to take positive action for their health. Join over 4000 people worldwide and gain practical skills and resources for having conversations that could help save lives.

Talking About Cancer is led by our expert trainers Gwen Kaplan and Gill Kilgour, drawing on their years of experience as nurses. You’ll learn through quizzes, articles, interactive discussion and video scenarios demonstrating conversational dos and don’ts.

http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/health-professional/prevention-and-awareness/talk-cancer/talking-about-cancer-online-course

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Free online training via HSEland

Free online training via HSEland

HSeLanD contains over 130 online learning programmes, resources, assessment & planning tools to support you in your current job role and with your personal and professional development.

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Sepsis Six Saves Lives

A short video highlighting the importance of early recognition and effective communication. This supports reliable delivery of the Sepsis Six within the first hour for patients who trigger the Early Warning Score.