Diabetes Awareness Training

Who is the course for?

Individuals who are involved in diabetes management, Care workers, Care home managers. Healthcare professionals without specialist knowledge i.e. practice nurses as part of their continuous professional development (CPD). Healthcare assistants and also people who work with people with diabetes.

Objectives

Students will be able to:

  • Define diabetes and understand the different types
  • Understand the basic principles of managing the care of a person with diabetes
  • Recognise the symptoms and treat accordingly
  • Understand how complications and lifestyle choices can affect a person with diabetes

COURSE CONTENT

  • What is diabetes
  • Background & Statistics
  • Insulin & Glucose
  • Causes & Prevention
  • Types of Diabetes
  • Blood Sugar & HBA1C
  • Hypoglycaemia vs. Hyperglycaemia
  • Symptoms & Treatment
  • Injecting insulin

Course benefits

This face to face 4 hour compact course not only updates and refreshes the student's skills but encourages them to interact with a range of other health sector workers discussing previously faced scenarios, expand their learning to explore best practice and relate the theory taught to their own working environment.

Testimonials

Very good training. Enjoyed every minute, very interactive group - Shirley Chiloane

Really enjoyed. Very knowledgeable trainer. Time went very quickly. Lots of new info. - Laura Chester

This activity has been accredited by The CPD Standards office and equates to 3 hours of CPD

£65+VAT

Course Time 9:30am - 1:00pm (3½ hours)

London (Hammersmith) Training Centre

Tue 10th Oct 2017 7 places Book Now
Tue 31st Oct 2017 15 places Book Now
Tue 7th Nov 2017 15 places Book Now
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Diabetes Awareness Training Held at Your Place of Work

Date Your choice
Duration 3 Hours
Fee £695+VAT (20 delegates max)
As little as £35 per delegate

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