QQI Activities of Living Patient Care Module 5N3707

Area:
Nationwide Locations
Price: € 295
Duration: 4-6 weeks
Type:
Distance Learning

Course description

Chevron Training is now offering a certified Online QQI Level 5 Activities of Living Patient Care module. This online module, which will lead to Activities of Living Patient Care QQI Award (Component) Level 5 – further education and training will provide you with the knowledge, skills and competence to coordinate activities in a variety of healthcare settings. This module is aimed at learners who wish to fulfil the role of Activities Coordinator.

The QQI Level 5 Activities of Living Patient Care module is delivered by a subject matter expert who is vastly experienced in the healthcare domain and in the delivery of training courses in this subject area.

 

Course Objectives

The purpose of the QQI Level 5 Healthcare course is to equip you with the knowledge, skills and competence to provide holistic care for older people in a variety of care settings working under the direction and supervision of nursing and/or midwifery staff.

 

Assessment Structure

Project 40%

Skills Demonstration 60%

 

Course Syllabus

Discuss a range of work practices in the provision of individualised holistic care for clients to include knowledge of the factors influencing the activities of living

Analyse the activities of living to include the five main concepts of the model of living and the role of a healthcare assistant in utilising the activities of living

Summarise the principles of maintaining a safe and hygienic environment to include knowledge of infection, accident, fire and problems with sensory deprivation

Implement a range of tasks carried out when caring for a patient in a safe environment to include effective communication skills

Employ the skills of a healthcare assistant in providing care for patients to include an awareness of the importance of nutrition, elimination, fluid balance, weight reporting and correct technique for catheter bag use

Practise skills involved in pressure area care, personal hygiene, foot care, patient temperature, mobilisation and urinalysis

Demonstrate competence in a range of care techniques to include observations, manual and electronic counting, recording and reporting of pulse rate, breathing habit and blood pressure

Work independently and as part of a healthcare team to respond appropriately to the needs of a client in a care setting.


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