End of Life Awareness Course
END OF LIFE COURSE
Is Your Workplace Prepared?
Did you know that people from certain groups in society sometimes experience poorer quality care at the end of their lives because providers do not always understand or fully consider their needs?, according to ‘A different ending: Addressing inequalities in end of life care ‘, a recent review.
- The review found that people from certain groups in society are experiencing poorer quality care at the end of their lives than others because providers and commissioners do not always understand or fully consider their specific needs.
- Some commissioners and providers might not be fulfilling their duties under the Equality Act 2010 as all public bodies have a legal duty to consider the needs of a range of equality groups when carrying out their day-to-day work.
- Health and care staff are not always having conversations with people early enough about their end of life care. This means they don’t have the opportunity to make plans and choices with their loved-ones about how and where they would prefer to die.
The End of Life Awareness Course is designed for:
- Anyone working in end of life care
- Anyone working in the adult care sector including the private sector
- Employees needing to refresh/update skills
Upon successful completion of this training candidates will be equipped with underpinning knowledge enabling them to work safely and demonstrate an understanding of what advance care planning is and the ethical issues that may arise in relation to this. Person-centred support and supporting loved ones through the process of end of life along with dealing with any conflicts that may arise. A working knowledge of the signs that may indicate an individual is nearing the end of their life will also be gained. The certification displaying the course content will demonstrate how National Occupational Standards have been met.
What’s more, employers can book this course for their employees and rest assured that not only have they fulfilled their legal responsibility but that this training will provide employees with the knowledge and skills to work safely and provide evidence to demonstrate compliance with CQC key lines of enquires.
- End of life/palliative care
- Your role
- Consent and ethics
- Supporting families
- Communication and how to listen
- Advance decisions/statements
- The 6 C’s
- Early warning signs of death
- Managing own feelings