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Catheter Care and Continence Promotion in Community Settings

Catheter Care and Continence Promotion in Community Settings

Who is it aimed at?

All social care staff in residential, nursing and domiciliary care services.

What are the objectives?

The Aims of the course are to:

  • Provide an overview on catheterisation and the associated risks.
  • Include information on the care of an indwelling catheter, including a practical demonstration on catheter systems.
  • Provide an overview on different types of incontinence and the effects of an ageing bladder.
  • Include information on the promotion of continence and a practical demonstration on continence management products, including sheath fitting.

How will it make a difference?

Delivery method:

Online

Duration:

3 Hours

Cost:

No cost

How to apply:

If you work for Carmarthenshire County Council (CCC) and are logged into a CCC device – PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, complete this application form.

If you work for the Council but do NOT have access to a CCC device or an email address your line manager will need to apply on your behalf.

Council employees cannot apply for any courses from their own personal device.


Partners, agency staff or people who do not work for the Council but meet the eligibility criteria to attend this course should complete this application form.


The online application system will only show courses that are actively open to book a place on. If the course you are interested in isn’t listed you can register an interest with the Learning and Development team, email: <span class="word-break-mobile">learninganddevelopment@carmarthenshire.gov.uk</span>.

Find out more information on how to make and manage your application if you are a council employee or visit this page if you do not directly work for us. It is important that you complete the correct online application form, if you need any assistance or have a query please email the Learning & Development Team.

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