Tracheostomy Training CoursePrivate Course
The course aims to ensure staff have sufficient knowledge to work with an individual with a tracheostomy safely and effectively. A vital course for any staff who come into contact with service users who have a tracheostomy.
Who Should Attend?
The course is aimed at all levels of employees who may wish to undertake tracheostomy care. It is also useful as an update or people who have carried out the skill of tracheostomy care previously and would like an update
Adhering to Tracheostomy guidelines, Ensuring the best care and treatment in accordance with current understanding and research, Types of tubes, Communication & swallowing, Risk assessment, Nursing considerations, Removal & changing of tube, Changing dressing, Suctioning, Resuscitation, Humidification, Emergencies, Applied practical workstation & simulated practical assessment, Ethical and legal responsibilities, Competency framework & theory test.
Available onsite or nationwide at any of over 50 centres, see below our open course availability. Alternatively, call 0844 335 8882.
The Tracheostomy course is accredited by the appropriate governing body and supported by certification and credit card sized ID cards produced by XYZ Training Group - the UK's largest dedicated Health and Safety training organisation.
This course will be delivered by a variety of teaching methods including: presentation; case studies; small group discussions & individual work.Please note: Competency is achieved in the workplace following the training using a On completion delegates will be able to demonstrate much improved awareness of tracheostomy, the causes, needs and requirements. They will understand the common reason for tracheostomy and the various types of tracheostomy. Staff will have a great understanding of the common complication in relation to tracheostomy and the corrrect course of action to follow. Staff will undertake a practical session on changing the dressing, suctioning the patient, inner cannula change and full tube change using our equipment and training mannequins. During the practical session delegates will have the opportunity to practise their day to day tasks working around the tracheostomy so they can work confidently without risk.
- Monday 8 AM - 5 PM
- Tuesday 8 AM - 5 PM
- Wednesday 8 AM - 5 PM
- Thursday 8 AM - 5 PM
- Friday 8 AM - 5 PM
- Saturday On Request
- Sunday On Request