Course Title: Moving and Handling Instructor Course
Dates: Please see booking for available dates and registration
Venue: Day 1: Moving and Handling Update
Day 2: Introduction to Level 3 Training
Day 3: Portfolio, Micro teaching, Online Portal.
Cost: £275 per candidate. (Note: Teas will be provided, but no meals are included)
Who is this for? This course is designed for learners who want to train others within their own organisation, in Moving and Handling People.
Candidates need to meet the following requirements:
· Be a Registered Nurse
· have attended a course in Moving and Handling previously
· have experience of working in a healthcare/social care setting
· be physically capable of demonstrating good practice in Moving and Handling
What will you get?
· Moving and Handling People Instructor Certificate valid for 3 years
· HABC Level 3 Award in Delivering Training
· Guided learning hours (GLH): 20 hours
· Assessment Method: Portfolio of evidence, Practical Assessments
Course Content Summary
DAY ONE – UPDATING MOVING AND HANDLING
· Definition of manual handling
· Duty of Employers – Health and Safety at Work (NI) Order 1978
· HSE latest statistics.
· Injury that may occur in manual handling
· Spinal anatomy: including vertebrae, discs, nerves, curves, muscles.
· Postural Assessments
· Exercise – flexibility and strength training
· Risk Assessment: carrying out a risk assessment using ELITE
· Plan, Preparing and Performing tasks.
· Pulling and Pushing
· Biomechanics, Friction, levers, centre of gravity
· Working with Equipment: LOLER AND PUWER
· Reporting Injury: RIDDOR
· Practical techniques:
o Assisting patient to stand with one person
o Assisting patient to stand with two
o Transfer from chair to chair
o Using a sliding sheet to move patient up the bed.
o Using a sliding sheet to turn patient in bed.
o Using a hoist on transfer.
o Transfer using banana board
o Use of handling belts
DAY TWO – TEACHING A MOVING AND HANDLING COURSE
· Learning styles – visual, auditory, kinaesthetic
· Barriers to learning and breaking down barriers (environmental, set-up and preparation, language, psychological, establishing ground rules, building rapport, ice breakers, motivation to learn)
· Methods of teaching – PRESENTER
· Using training aids; visuals, powerpoint, interactive activities, energisers, group work, feedback, roleplay, discussion, quizzes.
· Using Moving and Handling training aids
· Writing a lesson plan: SMART objectives, creating a moving and handling lesson
· Assessing students – cumulative and summative assessment
· Evaluation of session – feedback from students
· Self-evaluation and reflection.
DAY THREE – MICRO-TEACHING, PORTFOLIO AND ONLINE PORTAL
· 30 minute micro-teaching session per candidate, inclusive of lesson plan and demonstrative of use of visual aids and varied methods of teaching.
· Peer feedback and self-evaluation
· Tutor feedback and evaluation