Are you a care worker based in the West of England region? Do you want to learn more about the latest healthcare technologies and how you can use them in your practice? Then join the West of England AHSN’s RESTORE2 training sessions!
As a care worker based in the West of England, you have the opportunity to keep up-to-date with the latest healthcare technologies and incorporate them into your practice. The West of England AHSN are offering training sessions specifically tailored to your needs as a care worker, so that you can make the most of the technology available today.
These sessions will provide you with the knowledge and skills required to be able to use the new systems and technologies effectively. You will learn about the different types of technology available and how you can use them in your work. This could be anything from using digital tools for communication with patients to incorporating digital health records into your practice.
So if you are a care worker in the West of England region and want to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies and trends, then join these training sessions! For any questions regarding the training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and one of their training team will get back to you.
RESTORE2 Full – online workshop
It is essential to stay updated with the latest training and practice. That’s why it’s so important to attend the RESTORE2 Full online workshop.
This 1.5-hour course is designed for both non-registered and registered care staff and is a great way to refresh or upgrade your knowledge.
During the workshop, you’ll learn how to recognize soft signs, take physical observations, calculate a NEWS2 Score, use SBARD for structured communication at handover and escalation, and create awareness of the ReSPECT process. Sign up for the RESTORE2 Full online workshop and stay up-to-date with the best practices in care work.
RESTORE2 Mini – e learning
Are you a care worker looking to learn essential skills to support those in your care? The RESTORE2 Mini e-learning module is here to help!
Are you a care worker providing support to those in need? If so, you won’t want to miss out on the RESTORE2 Mini e-learning module – a free, online course that covers the “soft signs” of deterioration and structured communication. It’s particularly suitable for non-medical care settings including residential homes, supported living, and domiciliary care providers.
The e-learning module covers everything from recognising soft signs to using SBARD for structured communication at handover and escalation. It’s available to every carer throughout the UK, so don’t hesitate to get involved!
To register, simply head over to the Blue Stream Academy website and fill out the registration form. Once you’re signed up, they’ll provide you with log in details so you can get started on the course right away. If you have any problems accessing the e-learning, please contact us at email@example.com.
Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills as a care worker. Sign up for the RESTORE2 Mini e-learning module today!
Train the Trainer – online workshop
As a care worker, you know how important it is to provide quality care for those in your care. From providing physical and psychological comfort to ensuring medication is administered correctly, it can be difficult to stay on top of all aspects of care. That’s why it’s important that you are properly trained and understand the RESTORE2 system.
RESTORE2 is a system developed for healthcare professionals that helps to ensure that each patient receives the highest standards of care. The system can help you to recognize soft signs, measure physical observations, calculate NEWS2 scores, use SBARD for effective communication during handovers, and understand the basics of ReSPECT Level 1: Awareness. By taking part in the Train-The-Trainer session, you will learn how to apply the RESTORE2 system in order to offer the best possible care to your patients.
You will gain an understanding of how to recognize and respond to soft signs, such as facial expressions and body language, which can help you provide the right support to those in your care. You will also learn how to measure physical observations, such as temperature, pulse, respiration rate and blood pressure, helping you identify potential problems quickly and accurately. Additionally, you will learn how to calculate NEWS2 scores and use SBARD for structured communication when handing over patients from one shift to another. Finally, you will be introduced to ReSPECT Level 1: Awareness, giving you an understanding of how the system works and how it can help you provide the best possible care.
By taking part in the Train-The-Trainer session, you will be able to develop the skills and confidence needed to deliver RESTORE2 Full and Mini sessions. This knowledge and understanding of the system will ensure that your patients receive the highest standards of care and that you are confident in delivering the best possible care for them.