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Mandatory & Statutory Training - 13 CPD Accredited Online Training Courses
Welcome to Octrac Consulting's online statutory and mandatory training package. These mandatory and statutory training courses provide the following benefits:
- Expert online mandatory training courses – One price gives you total compliance!
- Flexible cancellation for all our online mandatory training courses
Free access to The Healthcare Certificate Register so that candidates can access, store and share their certificates with up to 100 different participating locum and nursing recruitment agencies
- Big discounts on future mandatory healthcare training courses
Which statutory/mandatory training courses are available?
Octrac Consulting has developed this mandatory training package for nursing and care agencies, locum doctors, healthcare professionals and private organisations. This statutory and mandatory training course package covers the following core modules:
- Equality and Diversity
- Health and Safety at Work
- Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
- Information Governance (Includes GDPR, Data Security Awareness and Caldicott Principles)
- Fire Safety Awareness
- Infection Prevention and Control (Includes RIDDOR)
- Food Hygiene/Food Safety
- Manual Handling/Moving and Handling
- Basic Life Support including Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (Safeguarding Adults at Risk)
- Safeguarding Children
- Conflict Management/NHS Conflict Resolution
- Lone Working Awareness
Contact our Support Team if you require a tailored mandatory training package.
Mandatory & Statutory Training - 13 CPD Accredited Online Training Courses Octrac Consulting has developed this mandatory training package for nursing and care agencies, locum doctors, healthcare professionals and private organisations. This statutory and mandatory training course package covers the following core modules: Equality and DiversityHealth and Safety at WorkControl of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)Information Governance (Includes GDPR, Data Security Awareness and Caldicott Principles)Fire Safety AwarenessInfection Prevention and Control (Includes RIDDOR)Food Hygiene/Food SafetyManual Handling/Moving and HandlingBasic Life Support including Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults (Safeguarding Adults at Risk)Safeguarding ChildrenConflict Management/NHS Conflict ResolutionLone Working Awareness Which type of mandatory training do I need? NHS Trusts, locum agencies, nursing/care agencies and NHS purchasing organisations now insist on mandatory training that is aligned to the 'Skills for Health' Core Skills Training Framework (NOT All in One Day Mandatory Training). The Mandatory Training Group also provides mandatory and statutory training that is Skills for Health aligned. Please ask your locum agency or employer which type of mandatory training you should complete. Octrac Consulting will not be held responsible if you select the incorrect mandatory training course. How do I book for mandatory training? All our statutory and mandatory training courses can be booked online. Follow the online mandatory training booking instructions. Why train with Octrac Consulting? Octrac Consulting provides statutory and mandatory training that is aligned with the Skills for Health's UK Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF)All our online statutory and mandatory training courses are CPD accreditedOctrac Consulting is an accredited provider of health and social care training courses and qualifications (Ofqual approved qualifications)Our professional trainers and content developers have approved qualifications and relevant occupational experience in health and social care settingsOctrac Consulting also delivers proven traditional classroom mandatory training which provides healthcare professionals and social care workers with relevant practical involvement and assessments. Octrac Consulting is a National Skills Academy healthcare delivery partner. We are a leading provider of Skills for Health aligned mandatory and statutory training courses for NHS Trusts and private healthcare organisations across the UK. In addition to Skills for Health alignment, Octrac Consulting's courses are independently peer reviewed and accredited by the UK CPD Certification Service. Our Skills for Health aligned statutory and mandatory training package is CPD accredited and compliant with universally accepted continuing professional development requirements. Can these mandatory courses be used for NMC and GMC revalidation? Octrac Consulting's mandatory and statutory training courses can be used by doctors and nurses to meet their CPD requirements for revalidation with the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Octrac Consulting's mandatory training courses contribute to your individual Continual Professional Development (CPD) requirements. Any delegate attending Octrac Consulting's classroom mandatory training courses or E-learning courses can use the certificates as evidence of CPD hours. Which Training Courses are Mandatory in Health and Social Care? We receive a considerable number of calls from clients, wanting to purchase the list of 'Mandatory Courses' for Health and Social Care staff. Clearly, this topic is causing a fair amount of confusion in the sector and so we hope this article will clarify the issue. Firstly we need to make this very clear: “There is no single list, which applies universally to every care provider.” Training is defined as mandatory if it meets one or more of the following criteria:* It is a statutory requirement. ** All staff across the organisation require the training. ** It is a CQC or local authority requirement.* Please note the guidance provided here is written for care providers in England. Care providers in the rest of the UK should contact the equivalent bodies in your country. Mandatory training is the training you are expected to provide for your staff following statutory requirements such as the Health and Safety at Work Act, requirements of your local authority, and the requirements specified by the CQC. All care organisations have a legal responsibility to provide staff with Health & Safety awareness training, including Fire Safety. Moving and Handling training is also mandatory and if staff are involved with preparing food or assisting at meal times then Food Safety and Hygiene training will also be mandatory. The table below highlights the main subjects recognised as Mandatory. Health & Safety - Statutory requirement (Health & Safety at Work Act 1974)Fire Safety - Statutory requirement (Health & Safety at Work Act 1974) + Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005Equality, Diversity & Human Rights - Human Rights Act 1998 + Equality Act 2010Infection Prevention and Control - Health & Social Care Act 2008: Code of Practice on the Prevention and Control of Infection and Related Guidance (Dec 2010)Manual Handling/Moving and Handling - Manual Handling Operations Regulations, 1992 as amended + Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations, 1999Safeguarding Adults at Risk - Care Quality Commission (CQC)Safeguarding Children - Care Quality Commission (CQC) Optional/additional mandatory training modules include: Food Hygiene/Safety, Complaints Handling, Lone Working Awareness, COSHH, RIDDOR, Awareness of Mental Health, Dementia & Learning Disability, Mental Capacity (MCA) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DOLS), PMVA/MAPA (for those working in mental health settings) Documentation and Record Keeping among others depending on your clients' specific requirements or frameworks that you work with. There is a difference between the courses that would be considered mandatory for your organisation and the courses you will need to provide in order to be able to issue a Care Certificate. To receive a Care Certificate, your staff member will need to train in and achieve minimum pass marks in ALL the 15 standards. For experienced care staff, this will mean updating their knowledge and experience with the new terminology and practices as appropriate. Any new recruits, who have never worked in social care before, will need to be trained in all 15 standards before you can award them a Care Certificate. Mandatory & Statutory Training - 13 CPD Accredited Online Training Courses
Who is this course for?
Mandatory & Statutory Training - 13 CPD Accredited Online Training Courses
These online statutory and mandatory training courses are suitable for all health and social care workers including:
- Allied health professionals
- Healthcare assistants (HCAs)
- Care assistants
- Domiciliary care workers
Mandatory Training Courses for Health & Social Care
The Mandatory Training Group lists a wide range of mandatory training courses which are suitable for NHS workers such as nurses, doctors and dentists. These training courses are also beneficial to care staff working in the social care setting such as a CQC registered care home or domiciliary care agency.
We often get asked, “What is the difference between mandatory and statutory training?” - Mandatory training differs from statutory training as they are usually made compulsory by the organisation to ensure their employees are competent to reduce risks, follow guidelines and comply with their policies.
Statutory training is required by law or a statutory body such as the Care Quality Commission has instructed the organisation to carry the training to meet legislative requirements. Read our in-depth article for more details.
Organisations such as the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) are the regulators in the healthcare sector for doctors and nurses. The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has provided guidance on the differences between mandatory and statutory training. Mandatory training requirements may vary depending on the job role and specific responsibilities of the employee.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) can take regulatory action if health and social care providers do not meet the Regulation 18 requirements. It states that staff must receive support, training and personal development necessary for them to carry out their job role. Employees that have completed mandatory training course previously should undertake annual updates or refresher training to ensure they have the knowledge and understanding of changes in legislation and directives. Annual refresher training intervals will vary depending on the organisational requirements.
Skills for Health have created the Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) for healthcare employers which provides guidance, mapping tools and learning outcomes to improve quality, reduce costs, track progress, consistency and standardisation of training.
Mandatory training can be delivered to a group in a classroom environment such as a training centre by an experienced trainer which will cover both the theory and practical elements. Alternatively, you can purchase an online eLearning bundle which starts from around £19 per person, this would be suitable for individuals that need to learn the theory elements. You should always assess your employees including their training needs, learning styles and identify skills gaps which will help you choose the most suitable delivery method.
In most cases these courses provide an all in one solution, providing an overview of all the core essentials such as health and safety, safeguarding training, equality and diversity, moving & handling, fire safety and conflict resolution.
However, only those topics relating to your service provision included in the 15 Standards are MANDATORY for your organisation. Run a Training Needs Analysis to determine what these are, but if you are still not sure which training is required for your organisation, please contact Skills for Care and your local authority. They’ll be able to guide you through. More information is available from the CQC, Skills for Care and the HSE websites.
We also offer Mandatory Training bundles for Home Care and Care Home sectors which includes training for all these subjects at a discounted price. The courses considered mandatory for your organisation, will entirely depend on the care you provide and the person you support. There may also be additional requirements depending on your local authority.
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