Clinical Training for Nurses and Carers – Catheterisation
Catheterisation is the process of draining the bladder through a tube called a catheter to treat enlarged prostrates, weak bladders, injury to the urethra, and other medical conditions. This procedure is commonly carried out by nurses, doctors and care professionals, and involves inserting a catheter through a tube or small incision in the stomach.
This Catheter Training Course is ideal for social care and health care professionals who are looking to gain a comprehensive understanding of the full catheterisation process, along with clinical best practice procedures. It provides essential information on the urinary system of males and females, as well as safety guidelines for inserting and removing catheters.
You will also develop the essentials skills required to deliver quality care to your patients, ensuring they are comfortable and at ease with the procedure. By the end of the course, you will have an excellent understanding of the urinary system, urinary catheterisation process, the types of catheters, equipment and clinical best practice.
Enrol in this catheter care online training course today and get certified to carry out catheterisation in a health or social care setting.
Please note: This course only gives you the theoretical knowledge that you need to excel in this field. This Clinical Training for Nurses and Carers – Catheterisation doesn’t entitle you to practise as a professional in this specific field.
- Learn about the common reasons why catheterisation may be required
- Deepen your understanding of the male and female urinary system
- Understand the steps involved in the urinary catheterisation procedure
- Learn protocol and codes of practice for male and female catheterisation
- Know the correct practice for handling catheters and catheter bags
- Deepen your understanding of the associated risks in urinary catheterisation
- Familiarise with and understand the guidance for nursing and care staff
- Familiarise with and understand the patients’ guide for catheterisation
Who is this Course for?
This Catheterisation Training Course applies to the following:
- Aspiring nursing professionals who are looking for a formal qualification
- Care professionals who want to learn more about the catheterisation process
- Clinical and care professionals responsible for training staff in clinical practices
- Anyone who is looking to develop their clinical skills and expand their nursing knowledge
On successful completion of this catheter training for carers and nursing professionals, learners will have an excellent understanding of how the urinary system works and the process of catheterisation for males and females. Career opportunities include:
- Staff Nurse
- Clinical Nurse Specialist
- General Practitioner
- Palliative Care Nurse
|Clinical Training for Nurses and Carers - Catheterisation|
|Module 1: Introduction to Urinary Catheterisation||00:20:00|
|Module 2: The Urinary System||00:15:00|
|Module 3: Patients’ Guide for Catheterisation||00:35:00|
|Module 4: Guidance for Nursing and Care Staff||00:30:00|
|Module 5: Protocol for Female Catheterisation||00:15:00|
|Module 6: Protocol for Male Catheterisation||00:10:00|
|Module 7: Protocol for Handling Catheter & Catheter Bags||00:15:00|
|Mock Exam – Clinical Training for Nurses and Carers – Catheterisation||00:20:00|
|Final Exam – Clinical Training for Nurses and Carers – Catheterisation||00:20:00|