E-Learning Courses

Top Quality E-Learning

Our trusted team of pharmacists have developed a range of  high quality interactive e-learning, offering you convenient, engaging training solutions.

Interactive Competency Assessment

Interactive Competency Assessment - £24.00

  • Certification: Assessing Competency with Medicines 2023 - 1 year

These three activities are to test your understanding & knowledge of medicines administration and to assess your observation skills when safely managing medicines in your workplace.
Please note: This course is only suitable for desktop/laptop and tablet.

Safe Administration of Medication - Care Homes

Safe Administration of Medication - Care Homes - £45.00

  • Level: 1
  • Certification: Safe Administration of Medication - 2 years

This Foundation Course is intended to support you in your role caring for vulnerable people in a Care Home. It will help you understand the regulations and best practices on how to safely handle, administer, record, store, and dispose of medicines.

Please note: This course does not give you automatic authority to administer medicines. You must first be assessed as competent by your organisation, and follow their policies and guidelines.

The course has the following aims/outcomes & mapping details:
 
Course Aims – The course covers essential areas such as:

• Laws, legislation & medicines,

• Roles & responsibilities of staff,

• Medicine types, routes and how they work,

• Safe administration & management of medicines,

• Record keeping,

• Recognising & dealing with problems.
 
Learning Outcomes – Following successful course completion, learners will be able to:

• Define different medicine categories,

• Describe prescription & labelling requirements,

• Understand the importance of dosage directions,

• List common medicine types & their uses

• Know support levels, role, rights, and responsibilities with medication

• Explain different administration routes

• Safely select, administer, store & dispose of medicines,

• Maintain accurate records,

• Recognise some side-effects & what action to take

• Describe protocols for homely remedies & “when required” medicines.
 
Mapping – The topics covered in this course relate to information in the following official guidance and regulations:

• Health & Social Care Act (Regulated activities) 2014

• The Care Certificate – standard 13.5 includes “Understand Medication & Healthcare Tasks”

• CQC – Key Line of Enquiry S4 (proper and safe use of medicines)

• NICE – Management of Medicines in Care Homes, SC1 (March 2014)

• Qualifications & Credit Framework Unit HSC 3047 – “Support the use of medication in care settings”

Safe Administration of Medication - Children's Homes

Safe Administration of Medication - Children's Homes - £45.00

  • Certification: Safe Administration of Medication Foundation - 2 years

This course is intended to support you in your role caring for vulnerable children. It will help you understand the regulations and best practices on how to safely handle, administer, record, store, and dispose of medicines.

Please note: This course does not give you automatic authority to administer medicines. You must first be assessed as competent by your organisation, and follow their policies and guidelines.

The course has the following aims/outcomes & mapping details:
 
Course Aims – The course covers essential areas such as:

• Laws, legislation & medicines,

• Roles & responsibilities of staff,

• Medicine types, routes and how they work,

• Safe administration & management of medicines,

• Record keeping,

• Recognising & dealing with problems.
 
Learning Outcomes – Following successful course completion, learners will be able to:

• Define different medicine categories,

• Describe prescription & labelling requirements,

• Understand the importance of dosage directions,

• List common medicine types & their uses

• Know support levels, role, rights, and responsibilities with medication

• Explain different administration routes

• Safely select, administer, store & dispose of medicines,

• Maintain accurate records,

• Recognise some side-effects & what action to take

• Describe protocols for homely remedies & “when required” medicines.
 
Mapping – The topics covered in this course relate to information in the following official guidance and regulations:

• Health & Social Care Act (Regulated activities) 2014

• The Care Certificate – standard 13.5 includes “Understand Medication & Healthcare Tasks”

• CQC – Key Line of Enquiry S4 (proper and safe use of medicines)

• NICE – Management of Medicines in Care Homes, SC1 (March 2014)

• Qualifications & Credit Framework Unit HSC 3047 – “Support the use of medication in care settings”

Safe Administration of Medication - Community

Safe Administration of Medication - Community - £45.00

  • Level: 1
  • Certification: Safe Administration of Medication Foundation - 2 years

This Foundation Course is intended to support you in your role caring for vulnerable people in the community. It will help you understand the regulations and best practices on how to safely handle, administer, record, store, and dispose of medicines.

Please note:
This course does not give you automatic authority to administer medicines. You must first be assessed as competent by your organisation, and follow their policies and guidelines.

The course has the following aims/outcomes & mapping details:
 
Course Aims – The course covers essential areas such as:

• Laws, legislation & medicines,

• Roles & responsibilities of staff,

• Medicine types, routes and how they work,

• Safe administration & management of medicines,

• Record keeping,
• Recognising & dealing with problems.
 
Learning Outcomes – Following successful course completion, learners will be able to:

• Define different medicine categories,

• Describe prescription & labelling requirements,

• Understand the importance of dosage directions,

• List common medicine types & their uses,

• Know support levels, role, rights, and responsibilities with medication,

• Explain different administration routes
,
• Safely select, administer, store & dispose of medicines,

• Maintain accurate records,

• Recognise some side-effects & what action to take

• Describe protocols for homely remedies & “when required” medicines.
 
Mapping – The topics covered in this course relate to information in the following official guidance and regulations:

• Health & Social Care Act (Regulated activities) 2014

• The Care Certificate – standard 13.5 includes “Understand Medication & Healthcare Tasks”

• CQC – Key Line of Enquiry S4 (proper and safe use of medicines)

• NICE – Managing medicines for adults receiving social care in the Community,
NG67 (March 2017)

• Qualifications & Credit Framework Unit HSC 3047 – “Support the use of medication in care settings”

Taster Course

Taster Course - £0.00

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Have a free sample of our medication course – try before you buy!

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