Mandatory Training – Launceston
March 27 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
This study day is focused on core nursing practice and is designed to meet the basic mandatory training requirements expected by the healthcare industry. Topics covered and skills that will be assessed on the day are hand hygiene, aseptic non-touch technique, medication management, basic life support as well as fire and emergency awareness.
Who will this workshop benefit?
This is aimed at all enrolled, registered nurses and midwives involved in the care of patients across all settings of the healthcare industry. This day can also be attended by student nurses who are transitioning into clinical practice.
Full Day (Catered)– 6 CPD Hours
This study day is required to be a full day to enable completion of all basic mandatory training requirements with practical components. The morning program will focus on the 5 moments of hand hygiene along with a theory-based session on the concept of aseptic non-touch technique, followed by safe manual handling principles. The afternoon will include practical activities involving medication management and basic life support, followed by assessments of both. General fire and emergency awareness procedures will also be covered.