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Online Duty of Care Training Course | Duty of Care – Elearning
Duty of care training is a very important topic that all health and social care workers should understand, below is some more information on what duty of care is and why it is important that learners understand it.
What is the duty of care?
"The duty of care is a legal obligation that is required by all health and social care staff to ensure the safety and well-being of patients and other individuals. All employers also have a duty of care obligation to their employees.”
Why is duty of care training important?
Duty of care is important for all health and social care workers, it is important that they understand how to appropriately support patients with care and respect, it is also important that these individuals know how to care for other colleagues if needed.
Who should take our duty of care training course?
Our online duty of care training course should be taken by all professionals working in health and social care settings, these include nurses, doctors, locum doctors, locum nurses, allied healthcare professionals (AHP’s), healthcare assistants and care home staff.
What is covered in our duty of care training course?
Our online duty of care training course is written to Skills for Health recommendations and includes the following topics:
- An introduction into the duty of care
- What is duty of care
- Duty of care in practice
- Raising concerns
- Supporting independence
- Supporting people to make decisions
- Mental capacity and decision making
- Comments and complaints
- Complaints handling process
- Incidents, errors and near misses
- Managing conflict in the workplace
- Handling challenging behaviour in the workplace
Why choose The Mandatory Training Group as your eLearning provider?
Are you responsible for organisational training and development or organisational statutory and mandatory compliance? You may want to find out more about how Learning Management System (LMS) may help your organisation. With the interactive LMS, managers and administrators can easily:
- set up a FREE blended learning environment;
- upload essential documents;
- upload individual and group learners;
- manage learners, including tracking progress
- review who has completed training
- download/print training reports for compliance audits
You can also browse our e-learning course catalogue to find out more about our statutory and mandatory training courses. Alternatively, contact our Support Team on 02476 100090 or via Email, stating your specific e-learning requirements.