Training at Medstar

As well as providing specialist support services for adults with complex needs, we provide foundation and specialist training courses for our team and also for external delegates leading to the QCF Diploma in health and social care at various levels, particularly 2 and 3. QCF is the qualifications and credits framework created by the UK government in 2011. The QCF harmonises all vocational (work related) qualifications – see the government’s QCF explanatory video for more information.

Our current courses are shown on the right hand side of the screen. To book a place just email training@medstar-uk.com or call us on 020 8882 5222 with the course details that you are interested in.

Unless stated otherwise, our courses are delivered from our training facility at 204 Green Lanes, London N13 5UE where we impose a maximum limit of 18 delegates on a first booked basis.

Foundation courses:
These courses are for new joiners to the health and social care field, covering the Common Induction Standards below, developed in 2011 by the health and social care training authority Skills for Care. All our courses are focused on adult health and social care settings:

  • Role of the health and social care worker
  • Personal development
  • Communicate effectively
  • Equality and inclusion
  • Principles for implementing duty of care
  • Principles of safeguarding and protection
  • Person-centred support
  • Health and safety
  • Managing information

Specialist courses:
These are courses for people working in the health and social care field who wish to acquire specialist skills to support a specific client group. Our tutors are often recognised nationally as leaders in their field. Delegates are expected to have some practical experience, the more the better, and to have completed all the foundation courses above.

  • Supporting clients with autistic spectrum disorders
  • Supporting clients with Asperger’s syndrome
  • Supporting clients with learning disabilities or dementia
  • Supporting clients with challenging behaviours
  • Supporting clients with Prader Willi syndrome
  • Supporting clients with Down’s syndrome
  • Supporting clients with disabilities
  • Supported living
  • Infection control
  • Deprivation of liberty
  • Epilepsy management
  • Assessing risks (advanced)
  • Assessing clients’ needs and planning their care (advanced)

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