Train Healthcare is Providing Mental Health Support Worker Training

Apr 15, 2020 Mark

Press Release ( - Brentford, United Kingdom - Apr 15, 2020 - Train Healthcare is commissioned to deliver vocational courses and qualifications to Private, GP Surgeries, NHS Trusts, independent Hospitals, universities, local authority residential and community settings, charities, nurseries. The firm’s e-learning courses have been assessed for the best quality of course content and aligned to the Skills for Health standards for the Care Certificate and against the set standards of the Core Skills Framework. CPD approves their courses and the relevant CPD Points allocated, which is excellent for students looking to pursue continuing professional development for pending NMC revalidation and GMC requirements. The institution’s speciality course is their PMVA Course which is taught by GSA Tutors.

“We are offering Basic Life Support training online. BLS course trains students on quickly and efficiently identifying a broad range of cardiac emergencies. It is both theory-based and practical and educates on the safe operation of an automatic external defibrillator, performing effective CPR, and performing recovery actions on unconscious victims,” Commented the company spokesperson. “It also offers a functional assessment of skills gained and is on par with the UK Core Skills and Training Framework guidelines. While this online course is recommended for agency nurses, it can be chosen by any individual as well.”

Refresher training can be delivered in the workplace as a bespoke course if the workplace has a suitable area for the training to be conducted. This online course covers a broad range of topics relating to awareness of mental health hence potential students can get mental health support worker training, dementia & learning disability within the healthcare industry niche, such as types of dementia and barriers to disability can rely on Train Healthcare. The course will take roughly one hour to complete, and at the end of the training, there are some multiple-choice questions based on the course content, which must be answered correctly to pass the course.

“We offer online and face to face training to social and health care sectors including private individuals, independent hospitals, universities, and much more,” Said the company spokesperson. “Our courses are ideal for people looking to continue with their professional development to meet the GMC and NMC revalidation requirements. We also have a speciality course in the prevention and management of violence and aggression that is taught by tutors from the General Services Association.”

Train Healthcare has also known for its Safeguarding adults training online. The course will take the utmost two hours to complete, and at the end of the online training, there are few multiple-choice questions based on the course content. The questions must be answered correctly for the student to pass the course. On completion of the course, the students will be able to understand their role and responsibility as part of Multi-Agency Policy and Procedures, among other learning outcomes.


About Train Healthcare

Train Healthcare offers essential training to healthcare providers across the UK. They offer the perfect choice for clients looking to get MVA training online that is in line with the core skill training framework. The course qualifications ensure that participants and organizations are compliant with current legislation and best practice guidance.

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