CARES is a flexible programme that allows organisations to select the key skills that they are focusing on in line with their key performance indicators for patient (client) centred quality care.
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- Continuous professional development (CPD) and training
Reach new horizons with Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programmes delivered as part of the Centre for Health Innovation and enhance your skills and career potential.
We offer short courses as well as undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, all designed alongside professional bodies to make a positive difference to the quality of care from Level 3 (A-Level equivalent) to Level 8 (PHD).
Our courses cover a broad range of topics ranging from areas such as lifesaving, Research and Development, academic qualifications, and skills development for local communities. We also provide a wide range of academic qualifications including micro credentials and degree level qualifications.
All our courses are focused on life-long learning and skills development, and you’ll benefit from the very latest treatment simulation techniques and the expertise of our clinically experienced lecturers.
We also offer employers access to a large portfolio of flexible professional training, short courses, CPD masterclasses and bespoke training packages, while also providing access to progression pathways to higher education through micro-credentials. To find our more about how we can support your organisation, please email CHI@evoov.net.
This course will introduce students to the Seven-Eyed Model (Hawkins and Shohet, 1989) which is in keeping with the BACP (2021) Supervision Competency Framework.
Did you know that if someone suffers a cardiac arrest outside a hospital and receives CPR from someone at the scene they are two to three times more likely to survive? If someone collapsed in front of you, would you know what to do? This course will provide you with skills that could potentially aid you to save a life.
This one-day interactive course allows participants to use a range of models in a variety of contexts including care settings, academic settings for teaching, learning and change.
This two-day course is aimed at those new to simulation or who are considering implementing this within their work or area of practice e.g. hospital, community, social care setting, school, or college.
The course is not specific to any professional group, and will provide all participants with the opportunity to design a simulation – based experience within their own setting by being guided through the process.
This foundation course adheres to the National Minimum Standards for Immunisation Training (2015) and includes flu, pneumococcal, shingles vaccination and intranasal (spray) influenza for children (2-17 years. The first day is taught online via Teams, the second is face to face in the skills laboratory which also teaches injection technique.
This course is designed to meet the continuous professional development of healthcare staff involved in cervical cytology screening.
This one-day course offers an introduction to meta-analysis, a statistical technique used to pool results across studies identified within a systematic review
In order to support our NHS partners, we offer this one-day workshop designed for none mental health professionals will focus on the cognitive behavioural model of depression.
This one-day course is targeted at health and social care professionals. Designed to assist staff in the recognition of stress and signs of difficulty. In themselves and their colleagues.
RASPS is new programme that has been designed for health and social care staff to work together in a range of settings to practice key non-technical skills including communication, teamwork, and situational awareness alongside technical skills.
This one-day course will focus on creating scenarios for formative and summative assessment e.g., Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) using simulation and immersive technologies.
The event will focus on working with children around some of the current post-covid, mental health concerns. Participants will be provided with theory around understanding the presenting issues and take part in experiential workshops on how to help children overcome some of these difficulties.
In order to support our NHS partners, we offer assessor and supervisor training. These sessions prepare staff for the roles of Practice Supervisor and Practice Assessor.
Designed for non-healthcare staff such as, security staff, teachers, hospitality staff and others who may be first on scene in the event of an emergency. Learn how to effectively and respond in an emergency, including first line triage and treatment casualties.
Resuscitation Council UK’s e-ALS course covers all the essential ALS skills in resuscitation.
e-ILS is a flexible way of learning skills in Immediate Life Support, and blends e-learning with face-to-face workshops.
Have you been nominated for Instructor Potential (IP) on ILS or PILS? Looking for the right place to complete your training? Our Centre of Healthcare Innovation is just the place.
Paediatric Immediate Life Support is designed for healthcare professionals who may have to manage and treat paediatric patients in an emergency.
University accredited modules
- Applied Anaesthetic Care
- Approaches to Learning and Teaching in Healthcare
- Assessment and Appraisal in Healthcare Education
- Assessment and Management of Trauma in the Pre-Hospital Environment
- Assessment of Patients with Minor Injuries
- Care and Management of People with Diabetes mellitus
- Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Education
- Culture of Education in Healthcare
- Developing Awareness of the Care Needs of Children and Young People
- Developing Emotional Resilience in Personal and Professional Contexts
- Enhancing Peri-Operative Care
- Fundamentals of General Practice Nursing
- Independent and Supplementary Nurse Prescribing
- Independent and Supplementary Prescribing for Allied Health Professionals
- Infection Prevention Control in Clinical Practice
- Introduction to Educational Theory
- Introduction to Negotiated Learning
- Leadership Role in Quality and Innovation
- Leading Innovation and Change
- Observation and Reflection and Healthcare Teaching
- Pre-Hospital Practice Education
- Principles and Practice of Palliative Care
- Principles of Physical Assessment
- Research Appreciation for Health and Social Care
- Research Methodology and Methods
- Step up to Masters
- Supporting and Assessing Social Work Practice [Cert CPD]
- The Social Work Practice Educator (Stages 1 and 2) [Cert CPD]
- Research Appreciation for Health and Social Care
- Critical Appraisal Skills
- Gait Analysis
- Lower Limb Paediatric Pathologies and Therapies
- Mechanics of the Diabetic Foot
- Origins and Principles of Biomechanics
- Paediatric Lower Limb Development
- Spinal Mechanics
- Sports Biomechanics in Injury
- Tissue Stress