In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, HIQA have placed new demands for services to have effective deputization arrangements in place, which will authorize key members of staff to step into new roles if and when required. The HCI's Advanced Care Management Programme aims to provide a comprehensive body of knowledge for key individuals within nursing homes, highlighting the regulatory and best practice requirements, and providing participants with the skills to apply the tools and techniques to support their implementation.
Your options for taking a place on this programme are simple. You can:
Book Per Module: pick and choose as many workshops as you would like to attend. The cost of each workshop is €135. Click here to book.
Book The Full Programme: you can attend all 16 workshops for only €1400. In addition to benefiting from our most generous discount, you will also receive a special certificate from the HCI. Click here to book.
Please note that this is rolling programme. You can book the full programme at any stage. All modules will be delivered again commencing March 2023.
Discount for group booking (minimum 5 places) is available. Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Training will run from 10am to 3.30pm. The modules will be presented via Zoom, with interactive sessions and workshops provided throughout. Each training module will be delivered by a senior member of HCI’s Quality and Safety Team.
For further information about the course, please download our brochure. If you would like to read more about the aims and learning outcomes of the individual workshops, please download the timetable.
|Group 1: July-Sept||Date|
|1||Governance within the HIQA Framework (addressing RP and PIC roles and responsibilities as per S.I.415 of 2013)||26.07.2022|
|2||Development of Policies and Procedures (with a focus on Schedule 5 P&P’s)||18.08.2022|
|3||Person Centred Care Planning - Effective assessments to best practice care delivery||24.08.2022|
|4||Identification, Evaluation, and Management of Risk within the Residential Care Sector||22.09.2022|
|Group 2: Sept-Nov||Date|
|5||Provision of Evidenced Based Medication Management Practices||30.09.2022|
|6||Quality of Care Audits in Healthcare||07.10.2022|
|7||Protection of Resident’s Rights, Dignity, Education and Consent||21.10.2022|
|8||Effective Management of Complaints||03.11.2022|
|Group 3: Nov-Jan '23||Date|
|9||Safeguarding and Protection of Vulnerable Adults||11.11.2022|
|10||Incident Reporting and Management of Serious Incident Reviews||16.12.2022|
|11||Management of Behaviour that is Challenging, including Restrictive Practices||21.12.2022|
|12||Governance and Management of IPC within the residential care service||18.01.2023|
|Group 4: Jan-Feb||Date|
|13||Provision of Palliative and End of Life Care within Residential Services||25.01.2023|
|14||HIQA’s Fire Safety Handbook: Requirements and application||01.02.2023|
|15||Performance Measurement and Continuous Improvement within Residential Care||08.02.2023|
|16||Preparing for HIQA Inspection||15.02.2023|
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
The programme will address all aspects of service and care provision within nursing homes, from developing a robust governance model to the hands-on provision of person centred, individual care to residents. Depending on the area of focus, content may be applicable to a range of job roles, from Persons in Charge, Deputy PIC, CNM, Staff Nurse, HCA, H&S Representative, and Audit Leads.
- Category: Management and Administration in Healthcare
- Location: Nationwide
- Venue: Live Online
- Start date: 26 Jul 2022
- Provider: HealthCare Informed (HCI)
- LHP Skillnet Member Price: €135.00
- Non-Members Price: NA
- Unemployed: No
- Accreditation: Company Certified