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Enrol in Qualtec for Patient Handling Instructor Course
Qualtec was established 28 years back and over the years, it has given training to more than 5000 people as trainers. There are about 10 certified courses offered by Qualtec. The courses include CFR, First Aid, Manual Handling, Patient Handling, PHECC FAR Instructor course, Abrasive Wheels and Fire Safety. When Qualtec started 28 years back, it started off modestly by offering the Manual Handling Instructor programme. However, after a few years, Qualtec also started to offer Patient Handling Instructor Course. Qualtec takes pride in having a team of some of well qualified and highly experienced tutors who have in-depth knowledge on the subject. The tutors are very patient and friendly. The content designed by Qualtec goes deep into the subject and provides you with immense knowledge. The company was founded in the year 1992 by Sean Kelleher. Within a very short time, he has managed to take the company to astronomical heights. Qualtec became one of the first companies in the year 2008 to get an approval from FETAC to offer the Level 6 Manual Handling, People Moving Instructor programmes. Qualtec also got an approval for delivering the Level 6 Training Delivery & Evaluation course.
The patient handling instructor course is one of the major courses offered by Qualtec. The aim to provide the course is to equip the learner with all the necessary skills, knowledge and competence to train others in People Moving or Patient Handling. After successfully completing the course, the learners will have the required skills to explain the patient handling risk assessment process clearly. The learner will now also be able to describe a range of controls to avoid and mitigate the risk of injury associated with patient handling. The learner will also be able to 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 and Give effective instruction in practical patient handling techniques. The course contains a total of 4 units. Unit 1 covers Patient Handling Risk Assessment and Unit 2 covers Patient Handling Principles and Techniques. While unit 3 covers Planning and design of People Handling Training courses, Unit 4 covers Delivery of People Handling Training. However, in order to get enrolled for this course, the participants must first complete the QQI Level 6 Manual Handling Instructor course.