Staff Training

Our Training Courses

For a successful career in the healthcare sector, continuous education is essential and a requirement by most healthcare bodies including the NHS. A healthcare worker plays a significant role in offering assistance to patients in a hospital, care home or domiciliary care setting. Some of these responsibilities will include basic life support, moving and handling patients, serving food, take blood pressure and washing & dressing patients.

At Gain Healthcare, we offer healthcare courses online. We also offer face to face to training like BLS and manual handling Gain Healthcare also provide training in the Prevention, Management of Violence and Aggression (PMVA). This is a specialised training for healthcare workers working in the mental health sector. All PMVA training is carried out face to face and the course is delivered by specialised trainers registered with the GSA (General Services Association).

At Gain Healthcare all our online training and Face to Face Training is aligned to the Core Skills Training Framework.

AGENCY WORKER TRAINING

Our agency training packages are individually designed for healthcare workers to remain compliant on a yearly basis through one simple and easy purchase. The packages include all required mandatory and statutory training, in both face-to-face and online formats at a very competitive price. 

ONLINE TRAINING

Our online training courses are easily accessible and offer a flexible approach to learning. Our online training is compatible with all mobile devices and allows candidates to learn at their own pace. Our online users undertake thousands of hours of training sessions per year with an excellent pass rate. You will receive your results and have access to your certificate upon completion.

FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING

Our face to face training courses are a practical and theory based way to learn. Our courses include Basic Life Support, Manual Handling & Moving of People & Inanimate Objects and PMVA (Prevention Management of Violence and Aggression).