Working At Heights Instructor Course

Working At Heights Instructor Course Learning Outcomes:

Candidates will learn the necessary skills and knowledge to instruct people in safe Working at Height practises and to qualify them to inspect and certify Personnel Harness & Lanyard Systems to a GA1 Standard (Report Working at Heights Instructor Courseof Thorough Examination).

  • Legislation in relation to Health & Safety, Working at Heights and Lifting Equipment Inspection and
    Certification
  • Working at Height Definition
  • Ladder Safety Awareness
  • Working Safely on Roofs
  • Working at Height from MEWPS
  • Mobile Access Towers Safety Awareness
  • Scaffolding Safety Awareness
  • Excavations in relation to Working at Height
  • Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint Systems
  • Risk Assessments for Working at Height
  • Suspension Trauma and Rescue Plans
  • Inspection, Auditing and Certification of Harness / Lanyard Systems to GA1 Standard.

Candidate Requirements: A good understanding of both oral and written English. We highly recommend Candidates have or complete a QQI Level 6 Training Qualification, especially if they intend delivering
instruction or training on a commercial basis.

Duration: This is a one day course for experienced trainers with an existing training qualification. A second assessment day is strongly recommended for inexperienced trainers.

Certification and Accreditation: On successful completion of this Working at Heights Instructor course Candidates will receive a Working at Height Instructor Certificate and Harness / Lanyard Inspectors Card.

Resource Material: Candidates who successfully complete all practical and theory assessments will be provided with all material required to deliver Working at Heights Instruction and perform Harness /
Lanyard Inspections to a GAI Standard. Material will include PowerPoint, Course Notes, Health & Safety Legislation in relation to Working at Heights and WAH Equipment Certification, Trainee Assessment Sheets,
Inspection Sheets and more.

Post Training Support: We will provide post training support and advice to any or all candidate who may require it. We encourage our participants to actively participate in Working at Height Training Courses that
we ourselves run, to help them gain confidence and experience in delivering their own Working at Height Training and Instruction.

Certification: 5 year Qualtec Certification

Refreshments: Tea, Coffee and Lunch is provided every day on all full day courses.

PHECC First Aid Instructor Course

PHECC First Aid Instructor CourseFirst Aid Instructor Course

First Aid Instructor Course aim:

The aim of this First Aid Instructor course is to provide you with the knowledge, skills and attitude to train others to be First Aid Responders.

First Aid Instructor Course Objectives:

At the end of this FAR Instructor course you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competence with the prepared clinical course content, critiqued by the course director
  • Demonstrate competence in the use of the teaching and the audio-visual material provided and technical skills in the use of the product.
  • Demonstrate presentation skills using the specific course product
  • Apply the Conditions and Principles of Adult learning
  • Demonstrate appropriate class management skills adopting adult learning techniques.
  • Demonstrate appropriate assessment skills using the PHECC material and processes.
  • Demonstrate good verbal and non-verbal communication skills to effectively articulate the required information in an engaging and stimulating way.
  • Demonstrate a mature level of interpersonal skills to develop a good faculty/student/instructor rapport.
  • Demonstrate enthusiasm, motivation, empathy and commitment when presenting the material.
  • Demonstrate effective time management skills to ensure delivery of the entire learning package within course time constraints.
  • Demonstrate appropriate health, safety and welfare throughout the course and risk assessments for scenario work.
  • Ensure currency with all PHECC documentation, standards and examination processes.
  • Demonstrate assessment and evaluation in accordance with the course specific requirements of PHECC.
  • Design a FAR Course

First Aid Instructor Course Content:

Day 1
  • Psychology of training
  • Principles of Adult learning, Role of the Trainer, K, S & A of a Trainer
  • Adult learning styles
  • Lunch
  • Class management & Challenging learners
  • Lesson Planning
  • Break
  • Teaching Media & Methods
  • Fear, Confidence
  • Communication skills
  • Building Rapport with learners
Day 2
  • Preparing for a course, Housekeeping, H&S
  • Presentations
  • Assessment
  • Break
  • FAR Course & Protocol
  • Assessment & certification of learners
  • FAR Documentation & Records

First Aid Instructor Course Certification:

In order to become certified as a PHECC FAR Instructor you must assist on two basic First Aid Responder courses before being finally assessed by Qualtec. Qualtec is a PHECC Recognised Institution.

Testimonials

Great group interaction on the FAR Instructor Course. Nicola McEvoy

Excellent (FAR Instructor) Course! Gary Wyse

Very good (FAR Instructor) Course. Jamie Bollard

All together excellent (FAR Instructor) Course. Margaret Dineen

Good practical (FAR Instructor) couse with good mixture of theory and practise. Paul Horsburgh

Super (FAR Instructor) Course. Caitlin Steel. ITW Sport

Great (FAR Instructor)Course. Very enjoyable and informative. Padraic Nee. Aer Arran

Excellent and dedicated instructor. Sharon Murphy

Overall a great (FAR Instructor) Course which gave me the knowledge and skills t present a FAR course with confidence.

The (FAR Instructor) course was concise and too the point. Eugene Nolan

Everything well covered. Michael Kavanagh

 

 

PHECC CFR Instructor Course

CFR Instructor Course

PHECC CFR Instructor Course Aim:

The aim of this PHECC CFR Instructor Course is to provide learners with the knowledge, skills and attitude to train others as Cardiac First Responders

Course Objectives:

On completion of this course learners will be able to:

  • Explain the role of PHECC
  • Explain the Chain of Survival
  • Demonstrate Adult and Child CPR
  • Demonstrate the correct use of an AED
  • Demonstrate Adult and Child Foreign Body Airway Obstruction
  • Explain Critical Incident Stress Management
  • Explain the steps required in dealing with a stroke and heart attack.
  • Demonstrate the recovery position.

 

CFR Instructor Course Content

  • Introduction to PHECC
  • Presentation Skills
  • Learning Environment
  • Lesson Planning
  • Training resources
  • Recovery Position
  • The Chain of Survival
  • Adult C.P.R./Foreign Body Obstruction (F.B.A.O).
  • Two person C.P.R.
  • A.E.D. Skill and 1 Shock Scenario
  • A.E.D. Multi Shock Skills Practice/ Skills Evaluation
  • Infant C.P.R. & F.B.A.O. Skills
  • Child C.P.R. & F.B.A.O. Skills
  • Heart Attack and Stroke
  • Legal & Ethical Issues
  • Administration Issues
  • Infection Control

Course duration:

2 days (Learners must first have successfully completed a basic PHECC CFR course before attending.

Location:

This CFR Instructor Course is delivered in the Springfield Hotel, Leixlip, Co.Dublin.

Certification:

On completion of the CFR Instructor course learners need to assist on two CFR Courses before being finally assessed by qualtec. Qualtec are a recognised PHECC Institution.

Progression:

On successful completion of this CFR Instructor course learners can then progress onto attending our PHECC FAR Instructor Course.

Testimonials:

Excellent course and relevant to all communities. Margaret Dinneen

Well done. Sharon Murphy

Really enjoyed the course. Very easy to learn with Sean as he made it interesting. Anne Marie McCarthy

Excellent course. Very informative. Padraic Nee Aer Arran

Really enjoyed it! Caitlin Steel

Good practical course with good trainer. Paul Horsburgh

A great two day course with plenty of information and role play. Sean is a very calm and straight forward teacher. Margaret Foley

Enjoyed the course. Thank you! Denise Lynam.

Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course

Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor CourseFire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course objectives: 

On completion of this Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course learners will be able to:

  • Explain what fire is
  • Explain Fire Safety legal requirements
  • Explain Employer responsibilities in relation to fire safety
  • Explain the Fire Triangle
  • Identify fire hazards
  • Explain fire prcedures
  • Compare and contrast the different types of Fire Extinguishers
  • Demonstrate the correct use of Fire Extinguishers
  • Outline the roles of a Fire Marshal/ Fire Warden

Course content:

  • Unit 1 What? Why?
  • Unit 2 Legislation
  • Unit 3 Fire Prevention
  • Unit 4 Fire Detection
  • Unit 4 Fire Emergency Procedures
  • Unit 5 Fire Extinguishment
  • Unit 6 Human Behaviour in relation to Fire
  • Unit 7 Roles & Responsibilities of  Fire Marshal/ Fire Warden

Entry requirements:

Those attending this Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course should have a good command of English both oral and written. Ideally they should have some training experience and have or intend to complete a Train the Trainer/ Instructor course such as QQI Level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation or QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor

Course duration: This course is one day in duration for experienced/certified trainers. Inexperienced/ unqualified trainers would be expected to attend a second assessment day.

Certification and Accreditation: On successful completion of this Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course candidates will receive a Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor certificate valid for five years.

Resource Material: Candidates who successfully complete this Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course will be provided with all material required to deliver Fire Safety and Fire Marshal training including PowerPoint, Course Notes, Health & Safety Legislation, videos, check sheets and other relevant guides.

Post Training Support: We will provide post training support and advice to any or all candidate who may require it.

Refreshments: Tea, Coffee is provided every day.

Course duration: This Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course is two days including the assessment day.

Testimonials:

Fire Safety Instructor – Mar 18
“The course was well presented and encouraged participants to engage.” Garrett Doyle, Rehabcare

Fire Safety Instructor – Feb 18
“Thanks Sean, for a good course.” Kenneth Scally, Pulse First Aid Training
“Very good course, well presented.” Mick Fahey, R.E.C. Safety Services Ltd.

Fire Safety Instructor – Oct 17
“well run, practical and focused course. It covered all the information needed to deliver the programme.” Margaret Kearns

Fire Safety Instructor – Aug 17
“Excellent course, well presented.” Mark Dodd, MarkDodd.ie

Fire Safety Instructor – July 17
“I was very happy with allthat we went through today. Thank you.” Fergal Graham, Galro
“A pleasure as always, excellent at what you do.” Jessica Coffey

Fire Safety Instructor – May 17
“Excellent course, I found the practical elements very enjoyable. Thanks Sean.” Fabian Kerley
“Better than expected. Great course as usual.” Niall Clancy, First Aid Aware
“The course was excellent! Thanks for everything!!” Malcolm Ward, The Wellstone Clinic
“I really enjoyed the course and will book more.” Dave Brady, DB Training Services
“Seans delivery was practical, pertinent and fun as always. He always makes training interesting.” Nick O’Donoghue

Fire Safety Instructor – Feb 17
“Really enjoyed it again.” Caitlin Steel

“Excellent course with hands on, practical approach that makes the training come alive! Very informative.” Kiera Casey, The Windmill Group
“Very well structured course with good interaction.” Mike Beynon

Very informative and engaging Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course. Megan Maguire

Very interesting Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course with very good opportunity for class involvement and practical lessons. Claire Hickey, OPW.

Well run practical and focused Fire Safety & Marshal Instructor Course covering all the information needed to deliver the programme. Margaret Kearns

Very happy with all that we went through. Thank you! Fergal Graham. Galro

A pleasure as always. Excellent at what you do! Jessica Coffey

Excellent course. Found practical elements very enjoyable. Thanks Sean! Fabian Kerly

Enjoyed it more than expected. Great course as usual. Niall Clancy

Excellent! Thanks for everything!! Malcolm Ward.

Really enjoyed it and will book on more courses. Dave Brady

Sean;s delivery is practical, pertinent and fun to learn as always. Always makes training interesting. Nick O’Donoghue

 

 

 

Abrasive Wheels Instructor Course

Abrasive Wheels Instructor CourseAbrasive Wheels Instructor Course aim:

The aim of this Abrasive Wheels Instructor course is to provide delegates with the knowledge & skills to deliver an Abrasive Wheels Training course.

Course Content:

  • Legislation related to abrasive wheels
  • Accidents involving abrasive wheels
  • Types of abrasive wheels
  • Manufacture of abrasive wheels
  • Information on abrasive wheels
  • Handling & Storage of abrasive wheels
  • Components of abrasive wheels
  • Dressing & trueing of abrasive wheels
  • Structuring an abrasive wheels training course
  • Delivering an abrasive wheels course
  • Assessing learners knowledge and skills

Entry requirements:

Those attending this Abrasive Wheels Instructor Course should have a good command of English both oral and written. Ideally they should have some training experience and have or intend to complete a Train the Trainer/ Instructor course such as QQI Level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation or QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor

Certification and Accreditation: On successful completion of this Abrasive Wheels Instructor Course candidates will receive a Qualtec certificate valid for five years.

Post Training Support: We will provide post training support and advice to any or all candidate who may require it.

Refreshments: Tea, Coffee is provided.

Course duration: This Abrasive Wheels Instructor Course is one day in duration.
Inexperienced/ unqualified trainers would be expected to attend a second assessment day.

Resources:

Delegates who successfully complete our Abrasive Wheels Instructor Course will be registered on our online resource centre which will have all resources required to deliver the abrasive wheels course. This includes PowerPoint slides, guides, sample certificate, links to videos and other online resources and test.

Testimonials:

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Mar 18
“Great course, great trainer.” Eoin Costello
“Very interesting and well presented. The content was interesting.” Amy Kelly, C & F Automotive
“I found everything was covered on the course.” Emmett Fitzsimmons, Clarke Electrical Engineering

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Jan 18
“Very well delivered and very enjoyable.” Terry Keane, Not just Granite
“A very good course and well presented.” Neil Rocks
“Good Interaction and good content.” Peter White, DSM Process Installations Ltd.
“I enjoyed the course. Very interesting and time flew!” Denise Lynam
“Excellent course, not too much detail nor too little. I would be confident to present the information immediately afterwards.” Aisling O’Dwyer, Pinnacle Building Contracts
“The course was really enjoyable, great presentations.” Robert Reid, SETD

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Sep 17
“All very good and to the point with no unnecessary padding, thanks.” Mark Williams

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – July 17
“I found the course very informative and fun. I would definitely look into more courses.” Niall McCarron, Mullan Lighting
“I enjoyed the practical applications in the course.” David Ryan
“Very happy with the course overall. Thank you.” Paul Egan

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – May 17
“The course was delivered in a comfortable and pleasant manner.” Eugene Nolan, Corrib Training
“The course was well presented and the information was clear, with a nice and friendly atmosphere.” Martin McNamara
“Enjoyable and interesting course. The tea and coffee was appreciated.” Nicola McEvoy

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Apr 17
“It was a very good course.” Liam Fogarty, Fogarty Safety
“Top class course.” Gary Wyse, Silverfern

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Mar 17
“I found the course very good and informative.” Chris Kilfeather
“Excellent instructing again. Enjoyed the course and the practical aspect was great.” Bernie O’Rourke, Active Safety Systems
“It was an excellent course with a great trainer.” Tim Wallace, Aer Arann
“Excellent course and brilliantly delivered by Sean.” Roy Mannion, OLDC Offaly
“I was really happy with the course, Thanks.” Paul Bradley
“Sean did a great job. It was well presented.” Liam Walsh, Walsh Health & Safety Training

Abrasive Wheels Instructor – Feb 17
“The course was very well presented and explained. Sean always keeps it straight forward and easy to understand. Thank you.” Gosia Pryblowska, Surecom NS

I found the course very informative & fun. I would definitely look at more courses. Niall McCarron

Enjoyed the practical applications in the course. David Ryan.

Very happy with the course overall. Thank you. Paul Egan

Thank you. Jessica Coffey

Course was delivered in a comfortable and pleasant manner. Eugene Nolan.

Course was very well presented. All information was clear. Nice friendly atmosphere and good facilities. Martin McNamara.

Enjoyable and interesting course. Nicola McEvoy.

 

QQI Level 6 Patient Handling Instructor Course

QQI Level 6 Patient Handling Instructor Course

Course aim:

The purpose of this Patient Handling Instructor course is to equip the learner with the knowledge, skills and competence to train others in Patient Handling/People Moving

Course objectives:

On completion of this Patient Handling Instructor Course learners will be able to:

  • Explain the patient handling risk assessment process
    Describe a range of controls to avoid and reduce the risk of injury associated with patient handling
    Apply the main principles of manual handling to a range of patient handling tasks
    Carry out a range of appropriate patient handling techniques to include transferring, supporting, gliding, sliding, rolling, sitting and standing
    Analyse the learner’s performance of patient handling techniques
    Develop patient handling training courses, to include lesson plans
    Give effective instruction in practical patient handling techniques

Content

Unit 1 Patient Handling Risk Assessment
Unit 2 Patient Handling Principles and Techniques
Unit 3 Planning and design of People Handling Training courses
Unit 4 Delivery of People Handling Training

Entry requirements

Participants must first complete the QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor course.

Why Qualtec?

Experience. We are delivering this course for the last 15 years and have trained over 1,000 learners. We were one of the first companies to be approved to deliver this course.

Satisfaction. We get great feedback on this course. Check out the testimonials below. People come away feeling competent and confident to deliver it. We provide a money back guarantee! If you are not satisfied after the first day we will refund the course fee!!!

Price. We are competitively priced. There may be cheaper out there. However we offer value for money. Tea and coffee are also included. We offer a 10% discount for payment in advance.

Competence. All of our trainers are fully qualified to deliver this course. Qualtec are a QQI Quality Assured Institution.

Resources. On completion of this course learners will be registered on our elearning center. In this they will have access to our PowerPoint presentation, guides, videos and useful links.

Testimonials:

2017

“Really enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course and I am confident to go out and train.” Linda Adriano

“I found all instructors very informative and helpful during the Patient Handling Instructor Course. Their feedback was very helpful and I feel I can improve the other courses I teach, from this one.” James Dooley

“I found the Patient Handling Instructor Course very informative and also gained a lot from working within the group. Thank you!” Lillian Redington

“Thoroughly enjoyable. The trainers are very knowledgeable” Maureen Hagin Meade, Irish Red Cross

“Well structured Patient Handling Instructor Course with plenty of time to practice the moving skills.” Joanna Murphy, Comfort Keepers

“Very enjoyable, Instructors demonstrated knowledge and experience. Would recommend it to others.” Douglas Lanning

“I really enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course, it was very informative and I feel confident that I will be able to correctly teach the people handling moves” Jennifer Myler, Comfort Keepers

“I feel well prepared and I enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course.” Catherine Tipple, Irish Homecare

“Very beneficial Patient Handling Instructor Course, practically orientated and engagement of the instructor far exceeded that of any other Patient Handling Instructor Course. Highly recommend this course.” Eileen Courtney

“Very beneficial and delighted to have completed it. Great feedback.” Siobhan Gray

“Great Patient Handling Instructor Course, Sean and Conor have a natural ability to make things simple and take the jargon out of teaching. Very enjoyable course.” Noel Marrey

“Overall an excellent Patient Handling Instructor Course where I have learned lots. Well done, great company with great instructors.” Cait Keaveny, Mark Dodd

“Excellent Patient Handling Instructor Course and people.” Paul Finn

“Overall an excellent Patient Handling Instructor Course, very beneficial.” Louise Keane

I really enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course, well done.” Carol McKenna, Stewarts Care LTD

“Very well delivered, really enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course. Good participation by everyone!” Bea Raquela

“Many thanks for an excellent Patient Handling Instructor Course – Fantastic all around!! Best course I attended in a while!” Anne Broderick, Home Instead Senior Care

“Enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course, learnt a lot and the practice was invaluable to reiterate the safe process. Many thanks.” Carolyn Whelan, Hermitage Medical Clinic

“Really enjoyed it and learnt a lot. Feel really confident and knowledgeable going back. Thank you.” Triona Hogan, Wygram Nursing Home

“Excellent feedback and encouragement given, enjoyed the Patient Handling Instructor Course and I am confident in my ability. Thanks so much.” Mary Carley, Wygram Nursing Home

“Would definitely recommend Sean.” Kathleen Kidney, St. Josephs Nursing Home

“I felt the instructors were brilliant in informing and delivering positive criticism. I felt at the end of the Patient Handling Instructor Course that I was fully trained and confident in myself.” Nancy Poynton, Care About You

“The course was excellent and carried out in a friendly and professional manner.” Derek Curley, AMEC Safety Training LTD

“Full hands on, lots of activity.” Michael Naughton

“Very good course.” Sebastian Charuvila Baby, St. Margarets Centra

“Thank  you Sean and Conor for an enjoyable 3 days and lots of skills learned.” Helena Morrisey

PHECC FAR Instructor Refresher/RPL Certification

PHECC FAR Instructor Re-certification/ RPL

In order for FAR Instructors to recertify with Qualtec they will need to provide evidence of their current certification as well as evidence of delivery of at least four FAR courses in the last two years.

Instructors will be allocated a topic from the new course and will be required to prepare and present that topic. This will include both the theory and skills element of the topic.

Their FAR skills will also be assessed on the assessment day.

Those wishing to refresh their CFR Instructor certification can request assessment on the assessment day. (IT is 200 euro for both).

Manual Handling Training Course

Manual Handling Training Course

Course aim:Manual Handling Training Course

The aim of this Manual Handling Training Course is to provide learners with the knowledge, skill and attitude to perform manual handling tasks safety. This is to ensure that the organisation is compliance with the HSA’s requirements.

 Course learning outcomes:

On completion of this Manual Handling Training Course you will be able to:

  • List the duty of the employers and employees in relation to manual handling
  • Explain the purpose composition and characteristics of the main parts of the spinal column and explain their relevance to manual handling
  • Identify hazards associated with manual handling tasks
  • List the equipment available to avoid or reduce the risks associated with manual handling tasks
  • Explain the importance of good nutrition fitness to manual handling
  • Perform manual handing tasks in accordance with the principles of safe manual handling.

Course Content:

  • Legislation
  • Anatomy
  • Biomechanics
  • Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  • Mechanical Equipment
  • Nutrition
  • Fitness & Flexibility
  • Principles of safe Manual Handling

Manual Handling Training Course Duration:

This manual handling course is delivered over 2-3 hours

Manual Handling Training Course Certification:

On successful completion of this Manual Handling Course learners will receive a Manual Handling certificate from Qualtec.

Manual Handling Training Course Location:

This manual handling course will be delivered at your premises.

Manual Handling Training Course cost:

The cost of this manual handling course is 300 euro for a session for up to 12 persons or 500 euro for two sessions delivered in the one day.

Why Qualtec?

Competence: Qualtec are a QQI Quality Assured Training Provider. All our trainers are have completed the QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor Course.

Testimonials:

Good Manual Handling course with some valuable information. Gary Trappe. Harvest Financial.

Sean’s delivery was excellent. Ann Rooney. CFE Dundrum

Great instructor! Sorcha Fitzpatrick. CFE Dundrum

Great, many achievements! Sr. Stella Milia. CFE Dundrum

Very informative manual handling course, great instructor. Not boring. CFE Dundrum

Thank you very much. We had so much fun today. We learnt alot. Eduardo Duldulad. CFE Dundrum

Thanks Sean. You were great! Roisin Healy. CFE Dundrum

Sean was a billiant instructor and I really enjoyed the manual handling course. I learned alot in such a short space of time. Lucy Duff. CFE Dundrum

 

 

 

Patient Handling Training Course

Patient Handling Training Course

Course aim:

The aim of this Patient Handling Training Course is to provide learners with the knowledge, skill and attitude to perform Patient Handling tasks safety.

This is to ensure that the organisation is compliance with the HSA’s Patient Handling Training Courserequirements.

 Course learning outcomes:

On completion of this Patient Handling Training Course you will be able to:

  • List the duty of the employers and employees in relation to manual handling
  • Explain the purpose composition and characteristics of the main parts of the spinal column and explain their relevance to manual handling
  • Identify hazards associated with manual handling tasks
  • List the equipment available to avoid or reduce the risks associated with manual handling tasks
  • Explain the importance of good nutrition fitness to manual handling
  • Perform manual handing tasks in accordance with the principles of safe manual handling.

Course Content:

  • Legislation
  • Anatomy
  • Biomechanics
  • Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  • Mechanical Equipment
  • Nutrition
  • Fitness & Flexibility
  • Principles of safe Manual Handling
  • Patient Handling moves: Sitting up, turning, standing, walking and sitting
  • Dealing with a falling and fallen patient
  • Use of hoist
  • Use of enablers such as banana boards & turntables

Patient Handling Training Course Duration:

This Patient Handling course is delivered over one day.

Patient Handling Training Course Certification:

On successful completion of this Patient Handling Course learners will receive a Manual Handling certificate from Qualtec.

Patient Handling Training Course Location:

This Patient Handling course will be delivered at your premises.

Patient Handling Training Course cost:

The cost of this Patient Handling course is 500 euro for a session for up to 12 persons.

Why Qualtec?

Competence: Qualtec are a QQI Quality Assured Training Provider. All our trainers are have completed the QQ QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor Course.

Testimonials:

Sean’s delivery was excellent. Ann Rooney. CFE Dundrum

Great instructor! Sorcha Fitzpatrick. CFE Dundrum

Great, many achievements! Sr. Stella Milia. CFE Dundrum

Very informative, great instructor. Not boring. CFE Dundrum

Thank you very much. We had so much fun today. We learnt alot. Eduardo Duldulad. CFE Dundrum

Thanks Sean. You were great! Roisin Healy. CFE Dundrum

Sean was a billiant instructor and I really enjoyed the course. I learned alot in such a short space of time. Lucy Duff. CFE Dundrum

Forklift Training Course

Course Aim:

To provide attendees with the skills to drive a forklift safely

Course objectives

To improve the forklift operating skill of attendees,
To ensure that attendees know how to operate a forklift safely
To ensure compliance with legal requirements for forklift driving

Course Content

Risks associated with forklift operations, the causes of forklift accidents and the reasons for operator training.
Legislation
The mechanics of a forklift
Handling forklift attachments
Forklift instruments and controls
Forklift safety devices
Forklift load capacity
Forklift safe operations
Forklift parking
Forklift emergency procedures
Inspection of a forklift
Forklift Operator assessment and testing

Number of attendees

3 persons/course