Medication Training for Carers & Nurses
Opus provides medication training for carers and medication training for nurses. Learn how to administer medicines safely to meet Care Quality Commission standards and Ofsted requirements (children). Our medication training caters for every learning preference -
- online training
- face to face sessions
- distance learning
We are experts in medication training for care workers and specialise in providing quality training to the care sector, including
Local authorities, social services, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), care homes, domiciliary (homecare, reablement, crisis teams), healthcare assistants, intermediate care, extra care housing and supported living, personal assistants (direct payments), foster carers and shared lives carers, children's services, schools, nursing, learning disabilities and complex needs.
All our courses are updated in line with the CQC Fundamental Standards and Skills for Care knowledge sets. They can be mapped to outcome 13.5 of the Care Certificate Standards and QCF units ASM 34 and HSC 3047. Our face to face courses are delivered by qualified, locally-based pharmacists.
Opus training helps your staff administer medication safely, minimise medication errors and increases awareness and understanding of medicines.
Once trained, your staff will be able to work with confidence within the law and understand their responsibilities.
To find out how your staff can achieve the skills and competence necessary in medication handling, please contact one of our friendly team.