Manual Handling Training

Classroom: E-learn
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Hours
3 Hours | Self-Paced
Setting
E-learn
Tutor
No Tutor
Qualification
i

Qualifications (e.g. GCSE) are awarded by organisations that are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. Qualifications can be academic or vocational. If a course confers a qualification on completion we will state that qualification by its name. If a course does not confer a qualification, we mark that as Not Applicable or N/A.

N/A
Level
No experience needed
CPD
i

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. CPD supports the development of vocational skills through training. CPD is skills-based learning and does not confer a qualification. The CPD Certification Service is a recognised, independent accreditation service that approves courses so that they can offer a CPD Verified Certificate. Points are equivalent to the number of hours spent learning on a verified course. A CPD verified course allows you to carry those points to the total required by the regulatory body in your sector.

3
Type
i

'Regulated Qualification' means you will be studying towards a qualification. Whereas 'Skills Training' means you are supporting your career development to improve your ability in a specific area of work. Skills Training does not confer a qualification. However, some Skills Training is accredited by The CPD Certification Service.

Skills Training
Regulated by
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Only qualifications (e.g. GCSE) need to be regulated. Qualifications are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. If a course does not confer a qualification then it does not have a regulating body so we mark these as 'Not Applicable or N/A'. Note that CPD is not a qualification so does not have a regulatory body. The CPD Certification Service is not a qualification or exam regulatory body but an independent accreditation organisation.

N/A
Exam
Yes

Course Description

Manual Handling - Section 1

In this section we will:

- Set out the aims of the course

- Identify the qualifying units for manual handling training that contribute to a level 2 Health and Social Care Diploma

- Define Manual Handling

- Look at government statistics for injuries caused by incorrect manual handling

Manual Handling - Section 2

This section will cover the range of injuries that can arise from incorrect manual handling.

Manual Handling - Section 3

In this section we will:

- State the legal requirements relating to manual handling

- Study the process for assessing the risk of injury

Manual Handling - Section 4

In this section we will:

- Study the forces affecting the body when lifting or pushing and pulling - the biomechanics of manual handling

- Set out the best way to lift or push and pull using biomechanical principles

- Set out sensible lifting limits

- Discuss the points to consider when a team of people carry out manual handling activities

- Consider the environment around you when performing a manual handling operation

Manual Handling - Section 5

In this section we will:

- Consider the requirements for handling and moving people

- Consider the special handling needs of bariatric people

- Discuss ‘Agreed Ways of Working’, the Care Plan, Updating a Care Plan

- Discuss how to prevent and handle falls

Manual Handling - Section 6

In this section we will:

- Look at how ergonomic design can improve the efficiency of safe manual handling

- State the legal requirements for using equipment and lifting devices

- Consider good practise for controlling infection when manual handling

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Course Details

Hours
3 Hours | Self-Paced
Setting
E-learn
Tutor
No Tutor
Qualification
i

Qualifications (e.g. GCSE) are awarded by organisations that are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. Qualifications can be academic or vocational. If a course confers a qualification on completion we will state that qualification by its name. If a course does not confer a qualification, we mark that as Not Applicable or N/A.

N/A
Level
No experience needed
CPD
i

CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development. CPD supports the development of vocational skills through training. CPD is skills-based learning and does not confer a qualification. The CPD Certification Service is a recognised, independent accreditation service that approves courses so that they can offer a CPD Verified Certificate. Points are equivalent to the number of hours spent learning on a verified course. A CPD verified course allows you to carry those points to the total required by the regulatory body in your sector.

3
Type
i

'Regulated Qualification' means you will be studying towards a qualification. Whereas 'Skills Training' means you are supporting your career development to improve your ability in a specific area of work. Skills Training does not confer a qualification. However, some Skills Training is accredited by The CPD Certification Service.

Skills Training
Regulated by
i

Only qualifications (e.g. GCSE) need to be regulated. Qualifications are regulated by a Governmental department such as Ofqaul. If a course does not confer a qualification then it does not have a regulating body so we mark these as 'Not Applicable or N/A'. Note that CPD is not a qualification so does not have a regulatory body. The CPD Certification Service is not a qualification or exam regulatory body but an independent accreditation organisation.

N/A
Exam
Yes

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