THCQCIC are proud to offer a range of courses covering many different disciplines. We work hard to regularly update and enhance our course directory to best reflect the changing needs of today’s clients. As a result we offer a wide range of relevant, up-to-date courses and are confident that you will be able to find a course to suit your training needs. The main 4 areas covered by our courses are:
- Infection Control
- Popular & Human Resources.
- Construction & Safety
As well as a huge range of set courses, we can also offer a highly personalized training service. We tailor programs that are designed and run specifically for a particular client. We make sure that you get the training you need, when you need it – delivered only to the people that need it – and this often represents great cost savings.
The development of a bespoke training service allows tighter control over course content, direction and exercises and ensures that the training is perfectly geared for a particular organization and/or industry.
If you have any questions or queries about any of our courses, or if you would like to discuss any aspect of the services THCQCIC offer, we are here to help. We are always willing to discuss how to best meet your training demands and how to make the most of your training and can offer our expert knowledge and experience to find the best possible solution for you.
Employers have a duty of care to their healthcare workers and need to provide suitable and sufficient instruction, information and training. This is to ensure that the workforce are competent to carry out the activities of their role. The employer also has to ensure that healthcare workers remain competent by providing refresher training at appropriate intervals. Prevention of infections is the common primary aim of healthcare workers, regardless of which service they work in. Healthcare workers need an understanding of how infections occur, how different micro-organisms spread, and the role they play in preventing the transmission of pathogenic microorganisms. In addition, all healthcare workers need to be aware of the national regulatory or statutory requirements in order to meet the expected standards, demonstrating to service users that they are continually working towards ensuring that high standards of care are delivered.