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The Practice Nurse Level 3 course is designed to fast track your career in the medical industry and provide an introduction to general nursing practice. You will explore the day-to-day life of a practice nurse, including a detailed overview of the structure of the UK’s national health service (NHS).
This practice nurse training course covers fundamental topics such as health and safety in a clinical environment, common illnesses, emergency first aid, sample collection and general health care. Our expert instructor will guide you through case studies and practical exercises to help you gain valuable real-world experience.
On successful completion, you will have a comprehensive understanding of nursing codes of practice and will be equipped with the relevant skills and knowledge to explore a wide range of career opportunities within the medical industry.
Highlights of The Practice Nurse Level 3
- Fast track your career with a recognised qualification in Practice Nursing
- Understand the role and responsibilities of a practice nurse
- Learn about the structure of the UK’s national health service (NHS)
- Have a solid understanding of the nursing code of practice
- Expand your knowledge of cardiovascular, respiratory & sensory disorders
- Know how to provide emergency care and first aid
- Develop your understanding of health & safety regulations in a clinical setting
- Get specialist tips and advice on sample collection and vaccinations
We’ve taken this comprehensive Practice Nurse Level 3 Course and broken it down into 15 manageable module which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of this skills. It really is a sure pathway to success.
This course is designed with the following modules:
Module 01: Fundamentals of Practice Nursing
- Nursing as a Profession
- History of Nursing
- Practice Nursing Roles and Responsibilities
- Practice Nurse in the United Kingdom
Module 02: National Health Services
- History of the National Health Services
- Structure of NHS
- The NHS Plan
- Delivering Care
Module 03: Work in Socially Diverse Environment
- Ethnicity in the United Kingdom
- Manners with Staff and Officials
- Manners with Patients
- Beware of Racism
Module 04: Health and Wellness
- Definition of Health
- Variables Influencing Health and Health Beliefs and Practices
- Risk Factors
- What is Illness?
Module 05: General Healthcare for Nurses
- Psychosocial Aspects of Care
- Surgical Intervention
- Extended Care
- Substance Dependence or Abuse Rehabilitation
- Disaster Considerations
- Paediatric Considerations
Module 06: Nursing Physical Problems – Part 1
- Cardiovascular Problems
- Respiratory Problems
- Neurologic/Sensory Disorders
Module 07: Nursing Physical Problems – Part 2
- Metabolic Related Problems
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Diseases of Blood and Blood-Related Organs
- Orthopaedic Treatment
Module 08: Nursing Physical Problems – Part 3
- Renal and Urinary Problems
- Women’s Reproductive
- Infection Prevention and Control
- Nursing Role on Epidemics
Module 09: Emergency First Aids and Wounds
- Emergency Care and First Aid for Nurses
- Care of Emergency Patients
- Wound Classification
- Risk Factors for Surgical Wound Complications
- Process of Wound Healing
Module 10: Medical Information Collection
- Taking Patients’ Samples
- Equipment for Sample Collection
- Specimen Collection Tips for Practice Nurses
- Vaccination Tips for Nurses
Module 11: Health and Safety in Clinical Environment
- First aid at Work
- Hazardous Substances in the Workplace
- Hepatitis and AIDS
- Clinical Risk Management
Module 12: Security Concerns for Nurses
- Violence in Healthcare
- Digital Security
- Drills to Remain Prepared
- Coping with Aggression and Violence
Module 13: Management Related Duties of Nurses
- Managing Records
- Managing Reports
- Scheduling of Nursing Duty
- Time Management
Module 14: Regulatory Organisations in the United Kingdom
- Clinical Governance
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
- Health and Safety Executive
- Public Health England
- British Medical Association
- Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence
Module 15: Healthcare Laws and Regulations
- Legal Aspects
- Patients’ Rights
- Employment Rights
- Fire Precautions Act
- National Patient Safety Agency
How is the course assessed?
To successfully complete the course you must pass an automated, multiple-choice assessment. The assessment is delivered through our online learning platform. You will receive the results of your assessment immediately upon completion.
Will I receive a certificate of completion?
Upon successful completion you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised professional qualification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hardcopy Certificate for £15.
Who is this course for?
This course is for aspiring nurse practitioners and newcomers to the field who wish to gain the relevant skills and knowledge to accelerate their career. It is ideal for learners who have successfully completed the level 2 course.
A recognised qualification in practice nursing will help learners to fast track their career in the medical industry. On successful completion, students will have the desired clinical skills and practical knowledge to take their first steps towards a successful career as a certified practice nurse.
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