Moving & Handling
Moving and Handling Service Users- Modules A.B.C.D.E.F
Scottish Government & NHS Scottish Passport or Qualsafe Awards RFQ Level 2
This course aims to introduce delegates to the principles and practice of moving and handling. It will increase awareness of possible injuries to themselves and enable them to carry out client transfer operations safely, with dignity and comfort. Training can be completed on location at your premises or at our fully equipped Training Centre in Glasgow.
Who should attend?
Suitable for anyone in employment who does not have the qualifications as outlined by the Health & Safety Executive.
This course would suit employees in:
- Care Homes
- Contract Care
6 Hours of Training
First-2-Aid-U Training Suite, Glasgow (Convenient free parking available). On site instruction available by request.
Course Content Part 1 - Manual Handling Theory
- The Human Body and Ergonomics
- Principles of Muscular Disorders
- Legislation- TILE- Risk Assessments
- Lifting Techniques
- Team Handling
- Safe Working Environment
- Care Plan
- Duty of Care
- Methods of Moving Loads
- Communication and Reporting
- First Aid
- Fire Safety
Course Content Part 2 - Practical Training and Assessments
- Manual Handling of Inanimate Loads
- Chair Manoeuvres; Static & Wheeled
- Bed Manoeuvres; Profile, Static & Slide Sheets
- Hoisting; Passive & Active, Stand Aid, Lift Hoists, High Levels & Low Levels
- Team Handling
- Lateral Transfers; Trolley to bed
Assessment are carried out by the Course Tutors / Assessors along with a multiple choice question paper, and on completion successful candidates will be awarded the Moving & Safe Handling of Service Users, 1 year.
Candidates must complete a Annual Assessment to keep in date . This is mandatory under the regulations of the Scottish Government Passport Modules . A,B,C,D,E,F.
A maximum of 6 students can be accommodated on this course.
Delegates must inform of any injury, illness, physical impairment or pregnancy due to the mandatory practical elements of the course. Loose, comfortable and practical clothing is advised for safety, comfort and preservation of dignity.