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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Manual Handling & Patient Moving - HSA Recognised
    May 2016 18th June 2016 16th July 2016 20th August 2016 17th September 2016 15th October 2016 19th November 2016 10th December Class times 09 30 17 00 Course Fee 80 00 Who is this HSA Recognised course for This course is for anyone who is required to have such training for work or care related tasks It is suitable for those with no previous experience or those who require recertification General Aims The course is designed to develop the students knowledge and application of manual handling and patient lifting and enable them upon completion of the course to adopt best practice manual handling techniques while carrying out their duties Method of Delivery The course will utilise both theory and practical learning which will encourage student participation and feedback and ensure strong knowledge of practical skills Duration 1 Day Assessment There will be both a short theory and practical demonstration required in order to successfully complete the course and receive certification Certification A certificate of completion valid for 3 years is awarded by the Irish Ambulance Training Institute and is fully recognised by the HSA Health Safety Authority Cost 80 General Course Content Overview Describe the law and its application

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=manual-handling-patient-moving (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - FETAC/QQI Level 5 Modules
    5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us FETAC QQI Level 5 Modules The institute is now offering a range of programmes to support the continuing professional development of those employed as Health Care Assistants These programmes are also ideal for those who wish to pursue a career in a health care setting who require a formal qualification The courses are accredited at QQI Level 5 formerly FETAC and are the recognised standard for Health Care Assistants as set down and recommended by governing bodies For more information on the QQI awards structure please visit their website at www qqi ie For details on each individual course please click on the individual links below Care Skills 5N2770 02nd 09th 16th 23rd October 2015 Nursing Theory and Practice 5N4325 Safety Health at Work 5N1794 26th 27th September 3rd 4th October 2015 Care Support 5N0758 10th 11th 17th October 2015 Work Experience 5N1356 21st 22nd November 2015 Palliative Care Support 5N3769 Human Growth Development 5N1279 24th 25th 31st Oct 1st Nov 2015 Care of the Older Person 5N2706 03rd 4th 10th 11th October 2015 Infection Prevention Control 5N3734 7th 8th 14th 15th Nov 2015 Communications 5N0690 12th 13th 19th 20th

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=nursing_home_hospital (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Care Skills
    28th February 2016 Course Fee 200euro Who is this course for Carers currently employed in a healthcare setting Those planning a career in a healthcare setting who require a formal qualification General Aims Recognise the personal care needs of clients Respond effectively to clients individual needs with their involvement and use of choice Acquire practical skills in the area of client personal care Maintain a safe healthy and hygenic environment for clients Appreciate the models of care Be aware of nursing ethics and etiquette in care situations Communicate effectively in ways that are consistent with the carer s role Overview Unit 1 Understanding Client Care Unit 2 Using Equipment Unit 3 Assisting Skills Students will have the opportunity to complete a work placement in order to gain practical experience and to complete their learner records for the course Assessment Assessment will be split between a Skills Demonstration and theory based assignments Duration The course will be classroom based over four days and in addition supported by distance learning with nursing tutors Students will be required to carry out work experience and assignments in order to successfully complete the course and satisfy the assessment requirements Certification On successful completion of this

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=care-skills (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Nursing Theory and Practice
    200euro This course is designed for Carers currently employed in a healthcare setting Those planning a career in a healthcare setting who require a formal qualification Students hoping to access 3rd level nursing courses Learners who successfully complete this course will Outline the history and development of nursing Acquire a knowledge of the structure and function of the health care service in the Republic of Ireland Know the various disciplines and specialities within nursing Understand the nursing process Appreciate the models of care Be aware of nursing ethics and etiquette in care situations Communicate effectively in ways that are consistent with the carer s role Avoid occupational hazards The course covers the following The development of nursing as a profession The structures of the health care service in the Republic of Ireland The functions of each structure The effects of European Union directives on nursing Identifying the members of the primary secondary and tertiary health care teams The specialities within the health care profession The stages of the nursing process The Code of Practice for nurses Emphatic behaviour of the care worker The use of the senses in observation Commonly occurring infections causes transmission and prevention Nursing and medical terminology

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=introduction-to-nursing (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Safety & Health at Work
    QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Safety Health at Work FETAC QQI Level 5 course code 5N1794 Next Course October 30th 6th 13th 20th 1 to 6 each day 2015 March 5th 6th 12th 13th 2016 09 30 17 00 each day Cost 200euro This course is designed for Those who require a solid foundation in Occupational Health and Safety Those with a responsibility in their workplace for Health and Safety Learners who successfully complete this course will Understand the concepts of safety and health Recognise the factors that influence health safety and welfare Apply the principles and procedures of health and safety to the workplace Understand the importance of hazard identification and risk assessment Promote safe working practices and procedures Be familiar with core legislation in the area of safety health and welfare The course covers the following topics Legislation The Health and Safety Authority Hazard identification risk assessment and control measures Health and Safety management Accidents in the workplace Manual Handling Workplace Hazards Health Promotion Assessment Learners will be assessed through written assignments that demonstrate the students understanding and application of a range of specific learning outcomes and also a theory based

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=safety-health-at-work (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Care Support
    IITD Courses QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Care Support FETAC QQI Level 5 course code 5N0758 Next Dates 9th 10th 16th April 2016 This course is designed for Carers working with Older People Those planning a career in a healthcare setting who require a formal qualification Learners who successfully complete this course will Understand the responsibilities and entitlements of a care worker Recognise the need for continuing develpment in care worker drawing on personal reflection and experience Promote good practice and respect diversity in the care setting Understand the importance of working effectively as part of a team Communicate and deal with people in ways that are consistent with the role of a carer The course is broken down into 4 units Unit 1 Relating to the client Unit 2 Reflection and Development Unit 3 Working with others Unit 4 Working in Care Students will have the opportunity to complete a work placement in order to gain practical experience and to complete their learner records for the course Assessment Assessment will be split between students compiling a learner record while on work experience and an assignment to be carried out that is devised

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=care-support (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Work Experience
    Courses IITD Courses QQI Level 5 Modules formerly FETAC Driving Courses Useful Links Contact Us Work Experience FETAC QQI Level 5 course code 5N1356 Next Course Dates 21st 22nd November 2015 21st 22nd May 2016 Course fee 200euro Who is this course for Carers currently employed in a healthcare setting who require this training in order to fulfil requirements Those planning a career in a healthcare setting who require a formal qualification General Aims Develop critical awareness of the changing nature of work Set achievable goals for work experience Utilise learning opportunities presented in the work environment Apply work skills to consolidate learning in the vocational area Understand how work is planned and organised at different levels Overview Unit 1 Planning and Preparation Unit 2 Experience Unit 3 Review and Evaluation Assessment Assessment will be split between a skills demonstration and theory based assignments Duration Students will be required to carryout extensive work experience 120 hours minimum in order to successfully complete the course and satisfy the assessment requirements Certification On successful completion of this course the student will be awarded a QQI FETAC Level 5 Component Certificate in Work Experience 5N1356 Work experience is a compulsory module for the

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=work-experience (2015-10-30)
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  • Irish Ambulance Training Institute - Palliative Care
    5 course code 5N3769 Next Dates May 7th 8th 14th 15th 2016 This course is designed for Carers currently employed in a healthcare setting Those planning a career in a healthcare setting who require a formal qualification Learners who successfully complete this course will Provide holistic care for persons diagnosed with a life limiting illness and in the last day of a person s life and also for their families carers and significant others Communicate effectively with persons with a life limiting illness and in the last days of a person s life and also with their families carers and significant others Enhance the quality of life of the person with a life limiting illness Recognise and respect the uniqueness of each person s approach to death Work effectively as part of the healthcare team The course covers the following Unit 1 Working a Palliative Care Approach Unit 2 Communication Skills Unit 3 Death Dying Unit 4 Bereavement Care Students will have the opportunity to complete a work placement in order to gain practical experience and to complete their learner records for the course Delivery The course will be delivered through in class learning and practical work experience Assessment Assessment

    Original URL path: http://www.ambulancetraining.ie/index.php?page=palliative-care (2015-10-30)
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