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  • Kind & Caring
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Mandatory Training

Admin and Clerical Bank Staff - Mandatory Training


Mandatory Training Topics


Renewal Periods


e-Learning Link

Conflict Resolution Training

3 yearly

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Dementia Level 1

3 yearly

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Equality & Diversity

3 yearly

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Fire Safety - Non Clinical Staff

Annual

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Hand Hygiene Assessment

Yearly

Practical session (see information below)

Health and Safety Awareness

3 yearly

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Infection Prevention Level 1 

Annual

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Information Governance

Annual

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Moving and Handling - Inanimate Objects

3 yearly 

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Mental Health Awareness Level 1

Annual

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Prevent Awareness

3 yearly

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Risk Awareness

2 yearly

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Safeguarding Adults Level 1

3 yearly

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Safeguarding Children Level 1

3 yearly

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Speak Up Core Training

2 yearly

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Hand Hygiene

WHY? Hands are the main pathways of germ transmission during health care

WHO? Hand hygiene is therefore the most important measure to avoid the transmission of harmful germs and prevent health care-associated infections

HOW? Every member of staff must complete a face to face hand hygiene assessment, this is carried out on most wards or in the Wolverhampton Medical Institute (WMI) building 11

For more information, go to  https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/best-way-to-wash-your-hands/

Wash your hands with soap and water or alcohol hand gel before and after patient contact 
You must have clean: short, unvarnished nails, without extensions
Your hands must be free from skin irritation with cuts covered
Your hands must be free from jewellery other than a plain band
You must be Bare below elbows with cuffs, watches and fitness trackers in pockets
Wash your hands before eating
Wash your hands after using the toilet

Please watch these two informative videos -

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9IygrezZ88
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9R8fHo6WfzY

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