Norfolk Medicines Support Service: Medication Training 2018

Medication administration courses for home care workers are now available. 

The courses are open to those working in domiciliary care, supported living, reablement, housing with care, day services.

Courses cover:

  • Medication Policy and Safety
  • Administration of medication
  • Handling of Medicines
  • MAR Charts

 

There are 2 levels of course:

  • Initial Medication (Home Care) Training
  • Refresher Medication (Home Care) Training

 

Initial Medication Training (full day)

Who can attend?

This course is aimed at care and support workers who will need to handle and administer medication as part of their role. Workers should be working in a home care setting. Initial Medication Training is suitable if you have never done NMSS training before, or want a full days’ knowledge and content.

 

Refresher Medication Training (half day)

Who can attend?

This course is aimed at care and support workers who have already undertaken NMSS training and need a refresher on core knowledge and skills in order to remain compliant with the Medication Policy for home care. Workers should be working in a home care setting.

Refresher training should be undertaken at least every three years (two years for NCC workers).

 

How to book

A leaflet with more information and a booking form is available here.

For dates and venues of training courses please click here.

If you have any queries, you can contact the Medicine Support Service in the following ways:

Telephone: 01603 217633.

Email: teresa.bunton@norfolk.gov.uk

Post to: Medicines Support Service, County Hall, Floor 4, Martineau Lane, Norwich, NR1 2SQ.