Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Care Home


Care Home Health and Safety

Care Home Health and Safety

Health and Safety is a key training area. This programme explains health and safety procedures relating to all aspects of the topic within the care home, not only service users but also staff, contractors and visitors, making your care home a...Show More
Death, Dying and Bereavement

Death, Dying and Bereavement

*Warning - contains brief scenes from a funeral parlour with a body being prepared.* This programme helps to prepare care workers for dealing with the emotional and practical issues surrounding death, dying and bereavement. There are many...Show More
Effective Communication 1

Effective Communication 1

One of the most crucial elements of the care workers role is their ability to communicate effectively with service users and each other. This course focuses on verbal, nonverbal and behavioural communication. It looks at how we communicate, what...Show More
Effective Communication 2

Effective Communication 2

This course considers the different forms of written communication and how care workers can improve their skills in this area. It also explains clearly, the role and responsibilities of managers and care workers in undertaking written communication.
Emergency First Aid in the Care Home

Emergency First Aid in the Care Home

Every workplace must make provisions for emergency first aid and this video explains the basic procedures involved in the most common emergency first aid situations. All basic first aid procedures are examined, including what to do if you come...Show More
Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

Emergency First Aid in the Workplace

Wherever your staff may work there is always the chance that they will need to deal with accidents and emergencies. Knowing how to react to these incidents and perform first aid effectively can mean the difference between life and death.
Fire Safety 1: Hazards and Prevention

Fire Safety 1: Hazards and Prevention

This programme will teach care workers how to identify potential hazards and prevent the outbreak of fires. Covering areas such as the legal framework surrounding fire and how fires start, this title goes on to explain how to reduce the risk of...Show More
Fire Safety 2: Drills and Evacuation

Fire Safety 2: Drills and Evacuation

Ensuring that your workers are fully aware of what must be done in a fire is vital to providing a safe environment for service users. Building on the lessons learned in Fire Safety 1: Hazards and Prevention, this title will teach care workers...Show More
Fire Safety 3: Risk Assessment

Fire Safety 3: Risk Assessment

This programme will help registered owners, managers and their staff understand the process of creating a fire risk assessment for their care home. The resource covers areas such as identifying and reducing hazards; protecting staff, residents...Show More
Fire Safety: Drills and Evacuation

Fire Safety: Drills and Evacuation

Ensuring that your care home staff are fully aware of what must be done in a fire is vital to providing a safe environment. Building on the lessons learned in 'Fire Safety: Hazards and Prevention' this title will teach care workers what to do if...Show More
Fire Safety: Hazards and Prevention

Fire Safety: Hazards and Prevention

This care home based title will teach care workers how to identify potential hazards and prevent the outbreak of fires. Covering areas such as the legal framework surrounding fire and how fires start, this title goes on to explain how to reduce...Show More
Food Safety and Hygiene in the Care Home

Food Safety and Hygiene in the Care Home

Every year in the UK there are over 90,000 confirmed incidents of bacterial food poisoning; therefore, it is imperative that food safety and hygiene procedures are strictly adhered to. This is particularly important in the social care environment...Show More
Infection Prevention and Control in the Care Home

Infection Prevention and Control in the Care Home

Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) is a key element identified by Skills for Care and is vital to the well-being of people that we support and care for. Good IPC is essential for service users, staff and managers as well as your business as a...Show More
Managing Challenging Behaviour

Managing Challenging Behaviour

Care home residents can become difficult or aggressive and it is important that care workers understand how to manage this type of behaviour. The excellent program examines how care staff can work with service users who may be aggressive or...Show More
Managing Distressed Behaviour

Managing Distressed Behaviour

The aim of this video is to consider how care staff can work with individuals who may be aggressive or violent and how to manage distressed behaviour. It will examine the following areas: What is distressed behaviour? Who can present distressed...Show More
Medication in the Care Home

Medication in the Care Home

This title covers the key elements staff should be aware of when dealing with medication. Mapped to Care Certificate Standard 13, QCF learning points and SCIF Standards, this will prove to be an invaluable training resource.
Moving and Handling: Assessments

Moving and Handling: Assessments

Making proper assessments is an essential part of safe moving and handling practices. This title explains how to conduct several types of assessment and how to be sure that the service user is both protected and encouraged to remain mobile. This...Show More
Moving and Handling: Practical

Moving and Handling: Practical

Focusing on the care home setting, this title will show your staff how to use equipment safely and assist service users in their daily lives. Built around the principles of safe manual handling this title will teach care workers the importance of...Show More
Moving and Handling: Theory

Moving and Handling: Theory

This programme will provide a theoretical background to moving and handling to ensure that care workers understand the reasons, both practical and legal, behind safe moving principles. It is filmed in a real working care home and includes...Show More
Needs of the Service User

Needs of the Service User

This title looks at the needs of the service user in a care environment and the care which needs to be provided by an establishment and its staff. A better understanding of the needs of service users will improve the care skills of carers as well...Show More
Nutrition and Well-Being

Nutrition and Well-Being

This title is aimed at care workers and kitchen assistants and examines what constitutes a healthy diet for the older person. Filmed in a real working care home, this is an invaluable resource in ensuring that elderly service users are provided...Show More
Pressure Ulcer Prevention

Pressure Ulcer Prevention

Pressure ulcers are potentially avoidable if carers have the correct understanding about their causes and how they can be prevented. This title aims to improve pressure ulcer prevention awareness for carers who work in all social care and...Show More
Principles of Person Centred Care Part 1

Principles of Person Centred Care Part 1

This two part title introduces carers to the values that underpin person-centred care and assists them to develop their understanding of how principles of care should be reflected in their day-to-day practices. Part one explores the values of...Show More
Principles of Person Centred Care: Part 2

Principles of Person Centred Care: Part 2

This two part title introduces carers to the values that underpin person-centred care and assists them to develop their understanding of how principles of care should be reflected in their day-to-day practices. Part two goes on to look at the...Show More
Risk Assessment for Health and Safety in the Care Home

Risk Assessment for Health and Safety in the Care Home

Risk assessments are a legal requirement under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations. This programme will show managers and staff how to carry out effective health and safety risk assessments, in the care home. Learn how to...Show More