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Catheter Care

With the catheter care training course the aims are to familiarise learners with the methods and reason of catheterisation, covering both male and female anatomy. This is a vital course for any staff who come into contact with service users who utilise a catheter. Our catheter care training will ensure staff have sufficient knowledge to work safely around the service users and raise awareness.

Description

Who will benefit?

Staff, care workers and senior care workers in health and social care sector.

What is the Main Aim of the Course?

With the catheter care training course the aims are to familiarise students with the methods and reason of catheterisation, covering both male and female anatomy. This is a vital course for any staff who come into contact with service users who utilise a catheter. Our catheter care training will ensure staff have sufficient knowledge to work safely around the service users and raise awareness.

What Will I Learn?

  • Definitions & methods of catheterisation
  • Differences between supra-pubic & urethra catheters
  • Advantages/disadvantages of urinary catheters
  • Reasons for catheterisation
  • Male/female anatomy
  • Record Keeping

Course Delivery

This course is a ½ day tutor lead programme with a blend of theory and practical sessions.

What’s Next

On completion delegates will be able to demonstrate an awareness of catheteristion, the needs, causes and requirements. If practical session is undertaken delegates will also be able to demonstrate confidence in changing and handling a catheter bags on both male and female subjects.   Please contact Taylors Academy on 01726 884402 for more information.

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