‘Back to basics’ infection prevention and control training ~ PLUS more learning available through SCILS!

Free ‘back to basics’ infection prevention and control training is being offered by South Warwickshire CCG and Warwickshire North CCG, with training sessions coming up in Nuneaton, Warwick and Coventry.

The free training for health and social care staff is taking place on:

  • 8th May at Heron House, Nuneaton from 9.30am – 1.30pm
  • 9th May at Westgate House, Warwick from 9.30am – 1.30pm
  • 5th June at Coventry City Council House from 9.30am – 1.30pm

For further details and to book a place contact your local CCG Infection Prevention Nurse: sharon.stuart@southwarwickshireccg.nhs.uk or lorna.wheeler@warwickshirenorthccg.nhs.uk.

You can download the Department for Health’s guidance for the ‘Prevention and control of infection in care homes’ here: Department of Health Prevention and Control of Infections in Care Homes and best practice on the ‘Management of blood and bodily fluid spillage’ from Health Protection Scotland here: Best Practice – Management of Blood and Bodily Fluid Spillage

Members of the ‘See, Hear, Act’ learning partnership in Warwickshire can also get access to learning materials and facilities on the www.scils.co.uk website.

Recent additions to the website include:

  • Infection Control Presentation
  • Respiratory Management
  • Mental Capacity / DOLs
  • Cultural Needs
  • Dementia – Three Levels
  • Experience Of Dementia
  • Supervision Skills
  • Appraisal Skills
  • Autism Training
  • Responsible Person
  • Crucial Conversations

Comments from people already using SCILS include:

“The SCILS website and news pages are an extremely useful resource. In particular I have been able to advise our home managers to use the training tools for dementia awareness to improve staff knowledge for the homes where dementia is prevalent, but not necessarily diagnosed/registered.”

“I find the variety of learning sessions available is very good and they cover a broad range of topics. I would highly recommend this website to anyone in the care industry.”

To join the ‘See, Hear, Act’ learning partnership email seehearactlearningpartnership@warwickshire.gov.uk.


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