Our Emergency First Aid at Work for Schools course enables attendees to gain knowledge about how to manage a situation and perform a casualty assessment as well as the prioritise treatment and deal with minor injuries including shock.
Our notice the physical and psychological indicators of withdrawals and what constitutes to Alcohol Awareness.
Our Alcohol Awareness course will help you answer the following questions above and more; How much is too much alcohol? What is Alcoholic Liver Disease and Cirrhasis? What is Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome? What is the Biopsychological Model? How can alcohol affect mental health? How would identify triggers and help individuals develop coping strategies? What is the 6 Stage Target Model? What are the causes of challenging behaviour?
In the UK, data shows that in 2020 there were 8974 alcohol-specific deaths (which is around 14 per 100,000 people) this is an 18.6% increase in deaths from 2019.
Through our Alcohol Awareness Course, you will gain an understanding of the different types of terminology used. You will learn the stigmatisation around individuals who use alcohol. You will learn how different types of individuals will express different types of behaviours. You will learn what different kinds of effects alcohol can have on the body.
What does Alcohol Awareness Course cover?
- The difference between what alcoholism, alcoholic, alcohol dependant and alcohol misuse are.
- The recommended allowance of units per week and in a session.
- The stigmatisation relating to alcohol.
- The causes if challenging behaviour.
- Understand the inhibitors that may causes issues for individuals.
- Understand how positive communication can potentially increase the chances of an individual’s being able to communicate with you.
Who is our Alcohol Awareness Course for?
Our Alcohol Awareness course is for anyone who works with adults this can either be a care or non-care setting. Having basic awareness knowledge and skills could prevent the risk of escalation by using the positive communication skills taught.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Discuss what prolonged harmful drinking can cause.
- Discuss what adrenal hijacking is and how it is implemented in the workplace.
- Recognise why individuals may self-medicate with alcohol.
- Improve communication skills within the working environment.
- Evaluate how empathy is important.
- Explore what the 5-step appeal is.
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Our Combined FAW and PFA course enables attendees to identify the role and responsibilities of a first aider and paediatric first aider as well as to identify how to minimise the risks of infection to self and others.
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