Nursing Healthcare Regulation

Tue 6.30-9.30pm • Duration: 10 Weeks

Tuition Fee:          €310
Start Date:            Tuesday 6th October 2020

HIQA Health and social care Regulations and Standards, Quality, Safety and Risk Management for Nurses and Health & Social care workers.

This course is designed for Nurses (working in nursing homes, the disability sector and hospitals), Senior Health & Social Care workers, PIC’s (Person’s in Charge) and Registered Providers of Nursing homes who wish to deliver a continuously high quality and safe service. The course will help you prepare for HIQA inspections and on-going compliance with the standards and regulations.
Registered nurses will receive NMBI (Bord Altranais agus Cnáimhseachais na hÉireann) post registration Category 1 approval (35 CEU’s).

Course Content:

Healthcare regulation & the Health Act 2007

Understanding the role of HIQA and the HIQA inspection process

Standards and best practice in health and social care

What are effective Leadership, Governance and Management, roles & responsibilities of managers

Staff motivation, developing a culture for continuous quality improvements, effective communications

Health & safety and risk management in health and social services, the importance of auditing systems

Assisted Decision Making Act 2015

This course is delivered through a flexible learning approach, which is a combination of classroom-based lectures, reading material and teamwork.

Tuition Fee:          €310

Accreditation:       Cork Education & Training Board Certificate (Cork ETB)

Start Date:             Tuesday 6th October 2020

“All the lectures were very interesting, and the subject areas very relevant to my work. Overall I feel that my understanding of Healthcare regulation has increased immensely”.

“This is an excellent course and now I have a much better understanding of standards and regulations and how they apply to my work”

“I was recently promoted to DON/PIC, and this course has really increased my confidence at a time that I needed it most”.