The concepts of loss and bereavement and how they affect people with learning disabilities can be anxiety-provoking subjects for support staff.  There is good evidence that people with a learning disability are particularly vulnerable to its effects.  We are therefore pleased to be offering a new one-day course to give staff more confidence to identify grief and unresolved loss, and the opportunity to discuss practical solutions to support people who are grieving.

This one-day workshop will cover the following concepts and exercises:

  • Terminology discussion
  • Different losses in the lives of people with Learning Disabilities
  • Learning from personal experiences of loss
  • Models of understanding the process of grief
  • Complicated grief
  • The importance of funerals
  • Specific complications in grieving for people with Learning Disabilities
  • Practical solutions to support people through grief

Costs:

  • £80 (ARC Member)
  • £95 (Non-member)

We are now taking expressions of interest: if you are interested in a workshop in your area please let us know, via the contact details below.

For more information about this, or any other workshops we offer, please get in touch:

  • contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
  • 01246 555043

 

ARC England are pleased to be working with Fluent Coaching to offer our members opportunities in a range of leadership coaching courses taking place in Broughton, North Lincolnshire.
We have negotiated a 15% discount for our Members on Fluent Coaching’s Professional Coaching Diploma courses.

Also available are the one-day courses The Coaching Fundamentals (£49 (+vat) per person) and The Coaching Leader (£99 (+vat) per person).

Details of all coaching courses can be found below and also on Fluent Coaching’s website.

Professional Coaching Diploma (15% discount available for ARC members)
An interactive Diploma course providing an in-depth study of Bright coaching and its theoretical foundations through discussion, group exercises, self-study and live coaching practice. Designed in line with The Association for Coaching Accreditation Scheme this course provides sufficient training hours for coaches wishing to pursue Professional or Master Coach Accreditation with the AC. Along with learning coaching skills the course also encourages self-reflection and personal development.

Course Content:

Coaching Skills
The 3 Positions of Coaching
The Coaching Relationship
Action Setting
The Coaching Motions
The foundations of Coaching
AC Coaching Code of Ethics and Good Practice
Beginnings & Endings
The Process of Change
Personal Development
Prerequisites: Participants must have previously completed the Coaching Fundamentals or Coaching Leader workshop.

Course Structure: 84 hours of classroom sessions, 70 hours self-study, 44 hours of live coaching practice, two written assignments (1500 words each) and supervision sessions.

Cost: £2500 (+VAT) per person (less 15% discount available for ARC members). This can be paid in full or as 12 monthly instalments.

Upcoming Dates: The next courses are being held on the following dates.

(9.30am to 4.30pm all days) venue to be confirmed

Starts Spring 2018

8th/9th Mar, 19th/20th Apr, 26th/27th Apr, 24th/25th May, 28th/29th June, 26th/27th July 2018

Starts Autumn 2018

25th/26th Oct, 22nd/23rd Nov, 13th/14th Dec 2018, 24th/25th Jan, 21st/22nd Feb, 28th/29th Mar 2019

For more information about the Professional Coaching Diploma visit their website or contact them direct on 07763 713134 or via info@fluentcoaching.com. Remember to mention that you have found this information through ARC England to receive your discount!

The Coaching Fundamentals
A one-day workshop that enables you to create more effective conversations with your staff or clients by giving you fundamental coaching knowledge, framework and techniques to enhance your current skills. The workshop is highly interactive with activities, discussions and coaching practice. As well as learning coaching skills the workshop also encourages some self-reflection and personal development.

Course Content

What is and isn’t coaching
How coaching works
The BRIGHT Coaching Framework
The 4 Levels of Listening
Asking Better Questions
Coaching Practice
Upcoming Dates

(9.30am to 3.30pm)

Monday 26 February 2018
Monday 21 May 2018
Wednesday 18 July 2018
Venue: Forest Pines Golf & Spa Hotel, Broughton, North Lincs, DN20 0AQ

Cost: £49 (+vat) per person.

For more information about the course visit their website.

The Coaching Leader
A one-day workshop for leaders in all fields of life who want to explore how fundamental coaching techniques and approaches can enhance their current leadership skills. The workshop is highly interactive with activities, discussions and coaching practice. You can join one of the courses that are running at various times throughout the year or book a full course exclusively for your leadership team. There are no prerequisites for the course.

Course Content
Understanding your leadership
What is and isn’t coaching
How do coaching and leadership fit
The BRIGHT Coaching Framework
The 4 Levels of Listening
Asking Better Questions
Coaching Practice
Upcoming Dates

(9am to 4.30pm)

Friday 4 May 2018
Friday 6 May 2018
Venue: Forest Pines Golf & Spa Hotel, Broughton, North Lincs, DN20 0AQ

Cost: £99 (+vat) per person

For more information about the course visit their website.

For any information regarding these courses please visit the Fluent Coaching website or contact them direct on 07763 713134 or via info@fluentcoaching.com

 

This workshop is for front line staff supporting people with learning disabilities. It will help them to understand the basic principles and practice of risk assessment. The workshops take a values led approach to positive risk management, underlining the importance of taking sensitively managed risk as a human rights issue and as a prime learning tool.

The workshop covers:

Positive risk taking
Attitudes to risk
Defining risk assessment
Social care standards and risk
Risk and the law
Duty of Care
Enabling positive risk taking
Partnerships in risk assessment
Risk control and risk management
Risk assessment models, processes and paperwork
Personal risk documents
The workshop concludes with a self assessment exercise, which learners are encouraged to share with their line manager, through supervision, in order to embed their learning in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop learners will:

Know the importance of risk taking in everyday life for individuals with disabilities
Understand the importance of positive, person-centred risk assessment
Know how legislation and policies are relevant to positive risk taking
Understand how to support individuals with disabilities in decisions about risk taking
Understand how to support individuals with disabilities to manage identified risks
For any further information or to discuss your need please don’t hesitate to get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
Did you know…?

This training course is also available on an in-house basis.  For the flat day rate of £625 (ARC Members) / £725 (Non-members), you can hire one of our knowledgeable trainers to deliver this training to up to fifteen members of your team.  To find out more about this option please contact us.

 

Self-Neglect and Self-harm and People with Learning Disabilities workshop

People with learning disabilities are more likely to self-harm and self-neglect than the general population. Since the Care Act 2014 awareness has grown of self neglect as a central safeguarding issue for social care services. It is being reported to ARC as a growing concern with members seeing rises in the number of people who self-harm, combined with staff lacking the confidence and skills to deal with the issue.

Our new Self-neglect and People with Learning Disabilities workshop is designed to raise awareness of self-neglect in those with a learning disability and how to intervene and support those at risk.  We are combining self-neglect with our already popular self-harm and People with Learning Disabilities workshop for this new workshop.

Self-Neglect and People with Learning Disabilities

This session offers a basic introduction to self-neglect for people who support those with learning disabilities.

Learners will study current research evidence and good practice issues. Through a combination of presentation, personal reflection, small group work, and role play, this workshop will cover mental capacity, challenging behavior, risk assessment and safeguarding. Skills development will focus on relationship building with clients who self neglect.

It is suitable for all front-line staff and managers who work with those who may be vulerable to self-neglect.

By the end of the workshop learners will:

Understand what self neglect is and its casuesIncreased knowledge of what self neglect is, and its causes.
be able to reflect on the issues for people with learning disabilities
have increased awareness of their own role and responsibilities
have an overview of tools available for addressing self neglect
have increased knowledge of successful interventions
have practiced successful intervention techniques

Self-harm and People with Learning Disabilities

This session was designed, drawing on the research project ‘Hidden Pain – Self-Harm and People with Learning Disabilities’ which was jointly conducted by Self injury Support (formerly Bristol Crisis Service for Women) and the Norah Fry Research Centre at the University of Bristol, and from interviews with people with learning disabilities who self-harm.

Through discussion, activities, role-play this session will aim to:

By the end of this session, learners will:

Understand what self-harm is
Understand the different types of self-harm/self injury
Understand the reasons for self-harm
Have developed appropriate responses to self-harm
Be able to effectively communicate with people who self-harm
Understand identification and prevention of self-harm
have developed methods of self-management
Understand a range of top tips

Costs

£80 (ARC Members)
£95 (Non-members)
This workshop is also available on an in-house basis.  Our trainer will come to your organisation and deliver this training to up to fifteen members of your team.

For more information about this option or to discuss your needs, please contact us.

For more details about this or any of the other workshops we offer, please get in touch:

contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
01246 555043
www.arcuk.org.uk/

 

This one-day workshop will look at how we can better support adults with learning disabilities in the area of sexuality and relationships.
Learning Outcomes
Through a range of discussion, case studies and activities, attendees will learn and understand about:

The policy framework
How we learn about relationships
How to support individuals in their personal relationships
The effect that personal belief, culture and preferences have on personal relationships
The conflicts that may occur in providing support with personal relationships
Basic knowledge of human sexuality
Basic knowledge of legal aspects and their impact on people with learning disabilities
How attitudes and values affect our ability to support service users
Other requirements: students should bring a copy of their organisation’s policy on sexuality and personal relationships.

Costs:
£80 (ARC England members)
£95 (Non-members)
To find out more about this workshop, or to express interest in a workshop in your area, please contact us:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Statistics show that people with learning disabilities are more susceptible to diabetes than the general population; women in particular being at a higher risk. Because of this, we have designed a one-day workshop to increase knowledge and understanding of this complex condition which can have lasting, and sometimes fatal, consequences.

By completing this workshop, your staff will be equipped to effectively encourage those they support to live a healthy lifestyle whilst managing their diabetes.

By the end of the workshop, attendees will:

Understand what diabetes is
Understand the signs and symptoms of diabetes
Have a sound knowledge of the variety of treatments available
Have an understanding of hypoglycaemia and hyperglycaemia, the signs and how to support someone in managing these
Be able to help those they support to live a healthy lifestyle
We are taking expressions of interest; if you are interested in a workshop in your area please let us know.

Costs:

£80 (ARC Member)
£95 (Non-member)
For more information about this, or any other workshops we offer, please get in touch:

contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
01246 555043

 

Train your Trainer to deliver our Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards training.
This popular one-day workshop, suitable for your existing competent trainers, will equip them to deliver high quality MCA and DoLS training to your staff. Through a series of activities, group discussions and comprehensive case studies, our highly knowledgeable trainer will take your staff through the MCA and DoLS materials whilst offering the additional information and advice needed to successfully deliver the course.

Our highly experienced trainer will cover:

Awareness of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
How the Act and Safeguards impact on people who have a learning disability and those supporting them
Recent developments and updates
Where to access further sources of advice and support
Discussion, debate and case studies
How to successfully and effectively deliver the training
Upon completion, attendees will be fully equipped to deliver our MCA and DoLS training to your staff.

Costs:
(including training resource pack and USB)

£260 (ARC Members)
£340 (Non-members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
*Please note, this workshop is only suitable for employees of social care providers.

MCA and DoLS – Are you and your team confident when it comes to Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards?
During the CQC ‘State of Care’ launch, it was revealed: “Safety is our biggest concern – factors include staffing levels, understanding and reporting safeguarding concerns and poor medicines management.”

Using discussion, debate and case studies the workshop will cover the following:
Increasing awareness of the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Understanding how the Act impacts people who have a learning disability and those supporting them
Understanding how the Safeguards impact on people who have a learning disability and those supporting them
Recent developments
Knowing where to access further sources of advice and support in relation to the Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
Discussion, debate and case studies
Feedback received:

“Great course, very enjoyable.  I’ve learnt a lot and will be able to disseminate to staff.”

“Very enjoyable, worthwhile and informative; the day went very quickly and I was engaged throughout.”

“This course will significantly inform my teaching with student nurses in the future.”

Costs:  (including a light buffet lunch)

£80 (ARC members)
£95 (Non-members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, we can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

This one-day course is aimed at people who are already competent trainers and would like to deliver our ‘Supporting Medication’ course to their staff to promote competency and consistency with medication management.
This Train the Trainer course takes your trainer through the ‘Supporting Medication’ course material giving them additional information and advice about how to deliver the course.

On completion of the course the trainer will be equipped to deliver the ‘Supporting Medication’ course to your staff which is written in line with the Knowledge Learning Outcomes of the QCF unit HSC 3047 ‘Support use of medication in social care setting’.

This workshop will cover the following:

The legislative framework for the use of medication in social care settings.
Roles and responsibilities in the use of medication in social care settings.
The common types of medication and their use.
Techniques for administering medication.
The process for receiving, storing and disposing of medication supplies safely.
How to promote the rights of the individual and support the use of medication.
How to record and report on use of medication.
Costs*:
(The workshop includes the resource pack, retailing at £52.50 (ARC Members) | £75 (Non Members))

£150 (ARC Members)
£190 (Non Members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, we can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Are your staff confident when carrying out workplace observations and assessments for the Care Certificate?

Following discussions with our members highlighting the difficulties of Care Certificate practical assessments, we have designed a one-day Care Certificate Assessment workshop.

The workshop is suitable for Registered Managers, Team Leaders and senior support staff who have responsibility of observing new staff to ensure their competence in the workplace in line with the Care Certificate standards.

Delivered by our highly experienced trainers, this workshop will equip your staff with the necessary tools to confidently carry out workplace observations and assessments.

This workshop complements ARC’s ‘Getting Started with the Care Certificate’ distance learning pack, available to buy now.

This one-day workshop covers:
The role of the ‘assessor’ and the assessment process
The 15 standards – which sections require observation
Planning observation and assessment in the workplace
Assessment methods and making assessment decisions
Giving effective feedback
Recording and standardisation
Costs:
£80 (ARC Members)
£95 (Non Members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Prevalence of epilepsy is estimated to lie between 15% and 30% among people with learning disabilities.
Seizures can be unpredictable and quick, effective treatment can be lifesaving. Beyond seizures, epilepsy can have a profound impact on the lives of sufferers, leaving them in need of emotional as well as practical support and often being reliant on additional medications.

This half-day training course aims to increase theoretical and practical knowledge to enable those attending to effectively manage epilepsy.

At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:

Define relevant terminology
Describe the main causes of epilepsy
Describe the main types epilepsy
List the common triggers of seizures
Consider the risks and benefits of common anti-epileptic drugs
Know what to do in the event of a seizure
Explain the importance of keeping accurate records
Identify ways to minimise risks associated with seizures
Appreciate the psychosocial effects of epilepsy on a person
Costs:

£40 (ARC Member)
£50 (Non-member)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire our highly knowledgable trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session. To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Mate Crime is what happens when people in vulnerable situations are abused or exploited by people they think of as friends. ARC’s ‘Safety Net’ project was the first in the UK to identify mate crime and spent three years raising awareness, developing resources and training a wide variety of professionals and people with learning disabilities.

These workshops are now available nationally and address:

What is mate crime?
Prevalence and typology
What makes some people so vulnerable?
Reporting issues
Responses to mate crime
Law and policy
Training is delivered by Rod Landman who has wide experience in delivering training on mate crime to people with learning disabilities. Workshops can also be delivered to mixed groups of staff and service users, or exclusively to staff working at all levels.Workshops will focus on a range of case studies and small group work leading to an organisational action plan. This will be developed within the context of the Care Act, the Mental Capacity Act and safeguarding.

Costs:

£80 (ARC Members)
£95 (Non Members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Effective leadership is crucial to success in every sector; this is especially true in adult social care. Good management practices encourage increased team performance, underpinning an effective, quality service. The CQC statistics show that providers who rate highly in ‘well-led’ tend to rate highly under the other key lines of enquiry as well as receiving higher overall ratings.

To help support your managers and leadership team we have developed a suite of Leadership and Management Development programme modules for you. These can be delivered in-house within your organisation by our Lead Management Development Associate. The modules, detailed below, can be chosen in any combination, creating truly bespoke sessions. By delivering within your own organisation, the sessions will be completely tailored to your needs and objectives. Up to fifteen people can attend each session, making these highly effective sessions great value for money too.

Select from these modules:

Recruitment and Selection Skills in Social Care

This module will help attendees to practice and develop the key skills required in shortlisting, interviewing and selecting the best candidate(s) to a job vacancy.

Designed for managers and supervisors responsible for recruitment in the workplace; the course content is designed to be flexible, addressing specific needs and interests of those attending via practical exercises and group work.

Effective Communication Skills in Social Care

This module will assist you in being able to address the range of communication requirements of the leadership role. Through practical exercises and discussion you will learn how to improve individual and team communication systems and effectively manage information. The group will identify and analyse common challenges to communication and look at implementing strategies to overcome them.

Leading a High Performing Team in Social Care

Through a series of discussion, activities and case studies, this module will help managers to understand the features of effective team performance, how to deal with common challenges and how to develop and implement a plan to ensure all team members meet joint objectives.

Delivering Quality Social Care Services

This module explores the key areas related to the delivery of quality social care services including the process of planning and achieving positive outcomes that underpin the personalisation agenda.  It aims to provide an opportunity to enhance knowledge, learning and discuss good practice initiatives in understanding the following:

To understand the principles and values that underpin outcomes based and person centred practice
Be able to lead practice that promotes social, emotional, cultural, spiritual and intellectual well-being
To understand the current legal and policy context in relation to quality issues and the key aspects of quality in Social Care
Be able to identify and apply strategies for evaluating and improving service provision
Be able to manage effective working partnerships with service users, carers and families to achieve positive outcome

Costs per day

(Plus trainer’s travel expenses).

£695 (ARC Members)
£725 (Non-ARC Members)
Each session is suitable for up to fifteen people and can be booked in any combination for a bespoke leadership and management development programme.

Get in touch

For further information about any of these modules or to discuss your individual requirements, please contact us:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk
For details of other workshops and training we have scheduled early 2017, see our Training Portfolio.

 

ARC England self-harm and learning disability workshop
People with learning disabilities are thought to self-harm at roughly double the rate of the general population. It is being reported to ARC as a growing concern with members seeing rises in the number of people who self-harm, combined with staff lacking the confidence and skills to deal with the issue.
To support our members, and others, ARC has designed a one-day workshop on self-harm, drawing on the research project ‘Hidden Pain – Self-Harm and People with Learning Disabilities’ which was jointly conducted by Self injury Support (formerly Bristol Crisis Service for Women) and the Norah Fry Research Centre at the University of Bristol, and from interviews with people with learning disabilities who self-harm.

The workshop is aimed at all staff and managers working with people who, or may, self-harm, (much self-harm is hidden), and covers:

• What is self-harm?
• Types of self-harm/self injury
• Reasons for self-harm
• Responses to self-harm
• Communication with people who self-harm
• Identification and prevention
• Self-management
• Top tips

Some feedback from the workshop delegates:

“Excellent training, very valuable to my role”

“Course delivery was good and good balance of levels of information shared/given.”

“Best trainer I have ever seen. Never felt more involved and comfortable”

“Very effective, made understanding of a difficult subject interesting”

Costs:

£80 ARC Members
£95 Non-members
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

Accredited Fire Safety Awareness Workshop
This half-day workshop aims to equip individuals with the skills and confidence to prevent and handle fires within the workplace, thus maintaining a safe environment for all. This HABC accredited workshop addresses your legal obligations, induction, refresher, vocational and management training needs, and meeting the requirements of the Care Certificate.

This half-day workshop will cover:

Overview of the relevant fire regulations
Fire Facts
Role of the Fire Warden
Fire prevention and containment
Fire drills and the safe evacuation of people from the workplace
Classes of fires
The safe operation of fire extinguishers
Costs:

£40 (ARC Members)
£50 (Non-members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

Food Safety Awareness Workshop
Social Care workers have a role in the nutritional wellbeing of people who need care and support through the delivery of direct care, catering or domestic duties. For CQC regulated providers, ensuring the appropriate food safety training is provided helps comply with their expectations around national standards for induction.
This half-day workshop will not only help providers to meet these needs but can also serve as a useful refresher, ensuring that staff are adequately trained at all times.

This half-day workshop covers:
Relevent legislation
Individuals’ responsibility for food safety
Personal hygiene
The importance of keeping the work areas clean and hygienic
How to keep food safe
Costs:

£30 (ARC members)
£40 (Non-members)
See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

The Emergency First Aid at Work course is compliant with the Health and Safety (First Aid) regulations, 1981. Following this course, attendees will be equipped with the basic life saving skills needed to manage emergency first aid situations and prevent them from becoming worse until professional help arrives.  Incorporating both theory and practical activities, this full-day workshop can be tailored to meet individual needs.

The intensive full-day workshop will include:
First Aid priorities
Managing incidents
Basic life support
Examination of a casualty
Unconsciousness
Control of bleeding
Burns and scalds
Regulations
First Aid kits
Recording and reporting
Certification is dependent on successful continuous assessment of the student, and final exam at the end of the day. Each qualification is valid for three years.*

Cost (including exam and certification):

£50 (ARC Members)
£60 (Non-members)
*Under the current guidelines it is strongly recommended that first aid trained staff attend a half-day update every twelve months. The Basic Life Support workshop fulfils this criterion.

See Training Courses for the list of workshops available to book now!
Did you know?

This workshop is available on an in-house basis?  You can hire one of our trainers to come into your organisation and train up to 15 people per session.  For the flat rate of £625 (ARC Members) or £725 (Non-Members) plus trainer’s expenses, you can deliver bespoke training at a time most convenient to you.  To discuss this option, please contact us.

Contact us:

For more information about this workshop or to discuss your requirements, please get in touch:

01246 555043
contact.us@arcuk.org.uk

 

Please contact us for more information or to discuss your training requirements

01246 555043 contact.us@arcuk.org.uk