People Moving & Handling

  • Max Persons: 10
  • Duration: 1 day (6 hours)

Course Summary:

This Initial course has been designed to enable trainees to be able to carry out People Moving & Handling techniques correctly

Who is this course for?

This course is ideal for those working in the care environment and has had no previous training; candidates will practice tasks using beds, hoists and chairs.

  • Introduction to Safer handling people
  • Legal Requirements
  • Spinal Awareness
  • Importance of posture
  • Causes of injury / how to avoid them
  • Risk assessment (TILE)
  • Principles of safer handling
  • Controversial handling techniques
  • Selection & use of moving & handling equipment
  • Practical session, including problem solving

Successful candidates will be awarded the People Moving & Handling certificate valid for 3 years

Accreditation is provided by First Response First Aid Ltd

Duration: one-day (6 hours)

Assessment: Continuous assessment by the tutor

Prerequisite: None

Suggested progression: None

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Further Information

Duration: one-day (6 hours)

Assessment: Continuous assessment by the tutor

Prerequisite: None

Suggested progression: None

Why choose First Response? (First Aid) Ltd

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