East Cheshire NHS Trust's Learning and Development Team is a leading provider of clinical training. The team is passionate about patient care, supporting the local health and social care economy and nurturing and developing workforces, equipping organisations to meet the demands of an ever-changing NHS.
With over 25 years of NHS experience, all courses are developed and delivered by highly skilled subject matter experts. Creativity, innovation, technology and NHS and social care knowledge enable the development and delivery of bespoke courses that meet individual organisational requirements. This website provides you with the details of our unique clinical training portfolio.
For enquiries regarding additional course information and large bespoke booking please contact:
East Cheshire NHS Trust Professional Practice Team - email@example.com
Our training courses are subject to the following Terms and Conditions.
|In response to COVID-19, social distancing measures will be in place during classroom delivery and the appropriate PPE will be provided. In addition, some courses are being delivered virtually.
Basic Life Support is a course designed to meet the learning outcomes set within the Resuscitation Council UK (2015) guidelines for the management of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in both adults and paediatrics, which includes choking.
The course has been designed for all frontline healthcare professionals whose work brings them into contact with members of the public.
The course facilitates discussion surrounding situations that may become volatile and confrontational, resulting in violence and abuse from others. It follows a standard national syllabus for NHS staff, focusing on non-physical intervention techniques and managing and de-escalating potentially violent/aggressive incidents within the work environment.
By the end of the course healthcare professionals should have the knowledge of different methods for dealing with possible conflict situations and conservational de-escalation techniques.
This course develops your existing knowledge and clinical skills to enable you to identify and manage common ear problems in practice, which may reduce unnecessary referrals to secondary care.
This course is for NMC registered Nurses and also Health Care Assistants who wish to develop the skills and knowledge required to deliver safe and effective ear care. This course is also suitable for those who attended ear care training more than 3 years ago.
This course is designed for people to refresh the skills they have previously learned on the first aid at work course and renew their first aid certificate for another three years.
The course curriculum of this two-day training course reflects the National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum for Immunisation Training of Healthcare Support Workers (2015) which recommended that only Health Care Assistants (HCAs) who have achieved education and training to level three of the Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) or equivalent in England and Wales, with at least 2 years’ experience as an HCA should be considered for training in vaccine administration.
The course reflects the National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum for Immunisation Training for Registered Healthcare Practitioners (Public Health England, Revised February 2018) equating to 2 days of learning. The course is designed to support you to develop both the theoretical and practical knowledge and skills required of all immunisers.
This course reflects the National minimum standards and core curriculum for immunisation training for Healthcare Support Workers (Public Health England, 2015). Health Care Assistants attending this course must have previously successfully completed a two day Foundation Immunisation Training Course.
This course reflects the National minimum standards and core curriculum for immunisation training for Registered Healthcare Practitioners (Public Health England, 2018). Delegates attending this course must have previously successfully completed a Foundation Immunisation Training Course
This is a one day study day, accredited through the North West Simulation Education Network (NWSEN), developed for clinicians working in either the acute or community setting. The study day is aimed at Medical Staff, Registered Nurses, Matrons, Health Care Assistants and Allied Health Professionals who may support patients with mental and physical health problems.
This one day course is aimed at registered clinicians who have a role or responsibility in the preparation, packaging and movement of critically ill adults from Emergency Departments, Theatres, Intensive Care Units or Coronary Care. It is specifically aimed at NMC Registered Nurses, Operating Department Practitioners (ODPs), Paramedics, Trainee Anaesthetists and Doctors (CMT level).
This one day course has been developed for staff working in the acute setting. It is specifically aimed at all staff bands including Registered Nurses, Matrons, Nursing Associates, Health Care Assistants and Allied Health Professionals.
This course is for NMC Registered Nurses and Health Care Assistants working within Primary Care whose role involves the management of patients with Vitamin B12 deficiency and the safe administration of Vitamin B12 injections to adults
The course reflects the National Minimum Standards and Core Curriculum for Registered Healthcare Practitioners (Public Health England, Revised February 2018). Completion of the Immunisation foundation course or equivalent is a pre-course requirement