Clinical Update provides expert care training for Registered Nurses, Enrolled Nurses and Caregivers
Objectives of training:
- Foster safe clinical practice
- Supporting nurses to keep their knowledge current and relevant
- Inspire confidence in the work place
- Supporting people to meet their Statutory requirements
- Keeping nurses skill current for Practicing Certificate requirements
- Clinical Updates:
Assist in maintaining the skill levels of Registered and Enrolled nurses working in the private Aged Care industry with clinical knowledge industry related information. Read more >>
- In-House Education:
In-house care training for facilities to help them understand their roles as caregivers, people and clinical skills training. Read more >>
In-house training by Dementia Care Specialist Caroline Bartle
Dip SW, B.A Hons, M.B.A, Pg Dip Dementia Studies
Caroline Bartle is only here with us for a short while in Feb/March 2015.
This time she has decided to open up her sessions to include in-house training for a limited time to care services in New Zealand. Sessions she is offering...
- Introduction to Non-Medical Interventions in Dementia Care
- Dementia and the Environment
- Working with Challenge
- Dementia Awareness
- Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults from Abuse
- Person Centred Care and Dementia
- Dementia Care and Communication
- Intellectual Disabilities and Dementia
- Leadership in Dementia Care
- Nutrition and Dementia
These sessions can be run either as a 3 hour session or a 5 hour session. The 5 hour sessions will allow for more participation and practical planning around
3 hour session $750
5 hour session $1350
(extra charge for travel applies outside of Auckland)
Orientating a new Manager or Mentor an Existing Manager.
An independent consultant can assist in training a new person to a management position or improve the skill of an existing manager.
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"I just wanted to say thank you for the book 'The Art of Caregiving'. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and have started to read it again! I want to take your book to our first Staff Meeting 2009. I was very impressed with all that you wrote, and for people who love the work they do, caregiving, it is a marvellous resource." - Arlene Hutcheon
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