Fall Prevention Awareness

Fall Prevention Awareness

2 Hours
All levels
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On our Fall Prevention training course, learners will gain the knowledge of the causes of falls, how to prevent them by addressing and identifying risk factors of falls, and the implications of falling. This online course for carers, caregivers, and nurses will help improve the quality of care and support given. Those working within the health and social care sector have a responsibility to be aware of what causes falls, the impact of falls, and how to prevent them. The number of people who suffer from falls in the UK is increasing and it is of paramount importance that you do what you can to reduce the risks, and thus the injuries resulting from falls.

The aim of this Falls Prevention course is to greater increase your knowledge of falls, the causes, and the relevant legislation.

The key points covered in this course are:

  • Reasons for falls
  • Implications of falling
  • Personal and environmental risk
  • Fall prevention
£49 £25

This course include

  • Language - English Language - English
  • Access on desktop, tablet and mobile Access on desktop, tablet and mobile
  • Certificate of Completion Certificate of Completion

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