Global Health Professionals (GHP) Ltd Mandatory Training Courses | Clinical Workshops achieves Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Accreditation

This programme has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional
Accreditation until 14 August 2015 Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product.

On August 15, 2014 Global Health Professionals Limited, one of the leading training centres in the UK has added another achievement by successfully acquiring an accreditation of its various professional development programmes from the Royal College of Nursing (RCN). This accreditation would certainly boost the GHP’s  aim by providing various opportunities for challenging applied learning experiences that are evidence-based and equip all trainees with the right attitude, knowledge and skills in accordance with the laws and provisions in health and social care.

Seventeen accredited programmes were carefully designed and evaluated to suit the needs of professionals like nurses, doctors, healthcare and allied workers who are employed in NHS, Private  Hospitals and other health care settings like nursing and care homes.

Programmes as follows:

Ref Programme title Study hours
5842 Urethral Cathetirisation (Male and Female Procedure) Workshop

7

5840 Complaint Management Workshop

7

5839 Documentation and Record Keeping Workshop

7

5838 HCA Clinical Skills Workshop

14

5837 Nasogastric Tubing (NGT) Insertion Workshop

7

5822 Gastrostomy Tube Care and Management Workshop

7

5821 Phlebotomy Workshop

7

5820 ECG Interpretation Workshop

7

5819 Adult Tracheostomy Workshop

7

5806 Mandatory Training Update Workshop

8

5805 Venepuncture and Cannulation Workshop

7

5803 Medication Safety Practice Workshop

7

5802 Adult Critical Care Workshop

7

5801 Paediatric Tracheostomy Workshop

7

5800 Intravenous Therapy Workshop

7

5799 Neonatal Critical Care Workshop

7

5798 Accident and Emergency (A&E) Workshop

7

 

These courses/workshops can now be availed by interested individuals who wish to enhance their professional skills and update their knowledge

Indeed, GHP had worked its way to achieve excellence as a training provider having been accredited to conduct the certificate of professional development (CPD) and to award qualifications for first aid, education and training  and other healthcare courses under the association of first aiders  qualifications (AoFAQ).

GHP  aims to continue ensuring the quality of its programmes and courses by meeting the standards set by organisations such as the RCN, CPD and AoFAQ. Furthermore, it will continue to acquire accreditations from renowned health organisations in order to widen GHP’s capacity as a training provider and cater to a wider population in the health sector.

For enqueries, call telephone number 02032824579 or for a complete list of courses and programmes, visit us at:  www.globalhealthprofessionals.co.uk