Care Champion Training Courses

Course Duration:

Half day / Full day

Information:

This year, we have introduced a wide variety of care champion courses which have so far gone down really well with our care customers and have proved really popular with the staff members who have attended.

In many settings, the mix of knowledge and skills needed to provide care is very broad and the expectations that one person can ‘know everything’ is proving hard to achieve. Therefore giving individual staff members the responsibility of specialist skills then spreads the growth of knowledge across the team instead. CQC have been praising the role of the ‘Champion’ within care settings and those achieving ‘Outstanding’ ratings are likely to have adopted care champions already within their setting.

Peer support is a very important way for individuals to develop and learn at work, and so giving staff the motivation to share best practice can dramatically change attitudes and practice in the workplace.

Examples of positive improvements include:

  • Medication champion now responsible for informing staff of updates and runs a monthly ‘drop-in’ session for staff with questions or concerns, ultimately reducing some errors and confusion about medications

  • Dignity champion now responsible for challenging dignity and respect issues in the workplace, and emphasising the importance of dignity for the people that they care for to improve the attitudes of other staff

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Current Champion Course topics:

  • Infection Prevention and Control

  • Medications

  • Dementia

  • Nutrition and Hydration

  • Dignity and Respect

  • Safeguarding Adults

  • End of Life

  • Health and Safety

  • Equality and Diversity

Please contact us if you would like a course developed around a different topic not already mentioned above.

Who should attend

Any staff member who wants to take on additional responsibilities and who wants to gain the awareness and skills to be the ‘go to’ person on a specific topic in their workplace. The willing champion must be highly motivated, dedicated and passionate about their job role, and the topic they wish to become a champion in, and someone who wants to continually develop in their role.

A Champion should be willing to:

  • Challenge incorrect or disrespectful behaviour

  • Act as a role model

  • Speak up to make changes

  • Influence and inform colleagues

  • Listen to, understand and incorporate the views of the people who use their services


Certification

Upon completion of the course(s), attendees will receive a certificate of attendance.


what-our-customers-say
One of the best training sessions I have been on. Very useful for my job role
— S.F @ The White House Care Home. Attended Dementia Champions 04/05/18
Very informative, lot’s of detail. Easy going and definitely helpful
— K.S @ Meadow Grange Care Home. Attended Infection Control Champions 23/05/18
An eye opener, very informative and interesting. Some good ideas to take back to the care home.
— T.H @ Darnall Grange Care Home. Attended Nutrition & Hydration Champions 14/05/18

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