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DEVELOPING THE ROLE OF THE ACTIVITIES CO-ORDINATOR

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This care training course is aimed at all staff working in the care environment. Individuals will understand the importance of activities to service users in retaining and developing skills to ensure an excellent quality of life. At the end of this activities co-ordinator training course the candidate have knowledge and understanding of the role of an activities coordinator, ways families can be involved and how to assess service user’s activity needs.

Learning Outcomes

  • Explore the role of an Activity Coordinator
  • Explore current thinking and approaches to providing meaningful activities in a care setting
  • Understand how an activity coordinator can involve service users and family carers in designing, planning and providing activities
  • Establish a range of activities to cater for individuals
  • How to tailor to suit the needs of an individual
  • Building self esteem
  • Identify ways of keeping up to date and informed about potential new activities
  • Volunteering and fundraising

Duration

Half Day

Refresher Requirements

Refreshed in accordance with your company guidelines, local and national authoritative guidelines and any regulatory requirements – TO ORDER, CLICK ‘BOOK IT’ BELOW AND LOG IN TO YOUR ACCOUNT AND ADD THE COURSE TO YOUR BASKET, IF YOU DONT HAVE AN ACCOUNT CHOOSE YOUR USER STYLE AND CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO PLACE YOUR ORDER

Pricing

Prices are shown per person, and change depending on the number of people you book onto a course.

1-4 People:

£5.99 per person

For group’s contact us.

Certificates:  FREE

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ILS went really well thank you. Just to give some feedback, Martin the course trainer was brilliant. I have been on ILS courses before and have found the trainers to be a little full on and not really understand care giving and emergencies outside of acute NHS Hospital trusts. Martin understood the skills (and resources available) of nursing staff working in primary care in independent sectors and the situations that they may face.
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