Training

CPR & FIRST AID (001)

Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation training is essential for all health workers and life savers. CPR training will be addressing the followings: Preparing to Responding, The Emergency Medical Services System, Check, Call Care, Airway Emergencies, Breathing and Circulation Emergencies, Respiratory and cardiac Arrest, Wound Care, Head and Spine Injuries, Bone, Muscle and Joint Injuries, Sudden Medical Emergencies, Environmental Emergencies, Poisons, and Additional Skills for Health Care Providers

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (002)

Children with developmental disabilities have complex needs when caring for them. Developmental disability impairs the child's development especially if it is a disability that occurs before birth, at birth or during birth. Other developmental disability occurs during childhood or adolescence. Developmental disability can affect the clients' physical function, mental function or both. The families of client with developmental disabilities often face challenges that in turn may affect their health. The training will address ways to support clients with developmental disability, and ways to help the family cope with challenges (Respite care) (Ref. Sorrentino, S.A. 2009).

LEARNING DISABILITIES (003)

Learning disabilities is sometimes referred to as "invisible disabilities". It is called invisible disability because many children with this disability don't look, talk or behave so differently than other children. Although under close observation, one might notice some of the characteristics of learning disability.

This course will be looking into the following: Dyscalculia, Dysgraphia, Dysnomia, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, Learning Disorder and Interventions.

BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS (004)

Behavioral Disorders (BD) are referred to as conditions that are related to mental health issues or problems. These problems lead to disruptive behavior as well as emotional and social problems. An example of Behavioral Disorders is Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). This course will be addressing the following: Different definitions of Behavioral Disorders, Common diagnosed behaviors, How to work with people with behavioral Disorders, informal assessment for Behavioral Disorders, Model in understanding why certain behaviors occur, and Intervention: modeling, Tracking, Use of positive reinforcement, Social skill training, Impulse Control strategies, and Calming down strategies.

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (005)

This is a brain disorder that impairs the clients' behavior, communication and social skills. The autistic client has problem communicating with others. Autism usually begins between the ages of one and a half to three years. In Canada, one child out of every two hundred children have autism (Ref. Sorrentino, S.A. 2009).

SAFE MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION (006)

Pharmacology and medication training is tailored to build a strong and broad foundation of knowledge, and skills needed by health care workers to administer medication to their client with better clarity. It will also empower them with the information of how drugs work in the body, the characteristics and actions of medication.

FOOD HANDLING (007)

In Canada, one of the biggest problems is food borne illness. According to Health Canada, over 1 million Canadians suffer from food borne illness every year which sometimes results in death.

This course will be looking into what food borne illness is, symptoms of food borne illness, different types of food contamination, types of biological and chemical contaminations and how to avoid it, food spoilage, cross contamination, personal hygiene, safe food handling & food borne illness prevention.

VITAL SIGNS (008)

Vital signs are also termed cardinal signs. Vital signs reflect the body's physiologic status and provide information critical to evaluating homeostatic balance. Vital signs include five critical assessment areas: a. Temperature b. Pulse c. Respiration d. Blood pressure & e. Oxygen saturation. Vital signs are only indicators of a client's present condition, but also provide clues to a positive or negative change in status.

WHMIS (009)

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System is a Canada-wide system that gives employers and employees (workers) information about the hazardous materials used in the workplace. Some of the topics will include: The overview of WHMIS, The WHMIS and Legislation, WHMIS and the Suppliers, WHMIS and the Employer, WHMIS and the Worker, WHMIS classes and Symbols, and WHMIS MSDS

SAFE MANAGEMENT (010)

The Safe Management training is a package put up by the Safe Management group aimed at promoting safety with dignity and respect. Safe Management training will help us create and maintain safe environment. The following topics will be addressed: Risk Management, Relationship Management, Behavioral Management, Aggression Management and Physical Intervention Concepts

MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION (012)

Health promotion is defined as a process of enabling people to increase control over and to improve their health (WHO, 1986). To achieve the best possible health status for the entire population by fostering conditions that enable and support people in making healthy choices and by providing the needed services that promote and maintain optimum health

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CPR 101

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITY 002

LEARNING DISABILITIES 003

BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS 004

AUTISM 005

PHARMACOLOGY 006

FOOD HANDLING 007

VITAL SIGNS 008

WHMIS 009

SAFE MANAGEMENT 010

MENTAL HEALTH PROMOTION 012

Training Dates

Pharmacology - February 9th & 10th, 2013 (10:00AM to 6:00 PM)


 

Developmental Disability - March 17th 2013 (10:00AM to 4:00PM)


 

Learning Disability - March 12th, 2013 (10:00AM to 4:00PM)


 

Asthma - March 18th, 2013 (10:00AM to 4:00PM)


 

CPR - February 8th & 9th 2013 (10:00AM to 4:00PM)


 

 

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