Fire Safety Awareness – Video CPD
Are you a care manager or care professional looking improve awareness and standards of care within your care setting through training? Or are you new to the care sector and wanting to prepare yourself with a foundation of skills and knowledge required to provide excellent standards of care?
By investing in your workforce, the long term benefit can be increased motivation and job satisfaction, a reduction in sickness absence due to stress, less complaints from residents and their families, and greater staff retention. In addition, a skilled team of care professionals will take greater pride in their work, enhancing the experience of residents and making the job of management easier. Caring for Care provides the skill base and empowers those working within a care setting to take responsibility for bringing about true and lasting change.
Skills for Care has published statistics showing that less than half of workers in social care have the relevant basic qualification (NVQ level 2), 37% have no qualification at all and 30% have not even had basic induction training. Improving care for vulnerable older people requires as a first step a very substantial investment in the quality of staff.
We understand that improving standards within eldercare is a journey, and by choosing Caring for Care you are in safe hands. You will benefit from:
- Empowering, person centered training from a professionally qualified and practicing eldercare nurse
- Practical, mandatory training delivered with passion and designed to instill high standards and adherence to best practice at all times
- A safe, confidential and encouraging environment in which delegates will feel able to ask questions, develop and support one another on their learning journey
- Where possible the opportunity to see things from residents point of view to enhance learning and encourage reflective practice
Fire can be extremely dangerous wherever and whenever it occurs. We all need to understand how fire breaks out and know how to take steps to minimise the risk of this happening.
- What does a fire need to start?
- Managing fire safety
- Risk assessment
- Fire warning systems
- Firefighting equipment
- Signs and notices
- Daily checks
- Emergency plan
- Escape routes
- Fire prevention
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