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What are the CQC Compliance Training Courses?

What are the CQC compliance training courses? - How do we meet Care Quality Commission training requirements? Question: What are the CQC compliance training courses and are there lists of CQC training for health and social care providers? Answer: Despite what many define as CQC compliance training, there is no list of mandatory training courses prescribed by the Care Quality Commission. In this post, I will answers some of the most common questions we receive here at The Mandatory Training Group [...]

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Mandatory Training for Healthcare Professionals

Mandatory Training for Healthcare Professionals - E-Learning for Healthcare & Social Care Professionals - UK CPD Certified. Mandatory Training for Healthcare Professionals Working with our partners, The Mandatory Training Group is the leading UK provider of health and social care mandatory training courses and programs. The healthcare and social care sectors are facing significant challenges, including limited funding and budgetary constraints as well as staffing challenges at all levels. Despite the obstacles, NHS Trusts and other healthcare employers are required to [...]

Statutory & Mandatory Training Courses Online

Statutory & Mandatory Training Courses - Online CQC Compliance Courses - Clinical & Non-Clinical E-Learning Courses. Statutory and mandatory training is essential for healthcare and social care staff who work in the Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulated environments. Staff working in health and social care environments must ensure that they undertake statutory training to ensure they do their job safely and meet UK laws. Our clinical and non-clinical statutory and mandatory training course bundles were designed to provide active learning for [...]

Migraines: Calls for ‘life changing’ drug Aimovig on NHS in England

Migraines: Calls for 'life changing' drug Aimovig on NHS in England. Nathan Gayle gets around 20 migraines a month People who suffer from chronic migraines are calling for a new drug to be offered on the NHS in England. The monthly injection of Aimovig has been described as "life-changing" by those who have tried it. If it gets approved, it will be for people who have tried other preventative treatments unsuccessfully. NICE - which gives advice on healthcare - rejected the drug for England [...]

Measles and mumps outbreak prompts vaccination calls

Measles and mumps outbreak prompts vaccination calls. After hundreds of mumps and measles cases so far this year, there are calls for more children to be vaccinated. UK teenagers were given measles jabs as part of a national catch-up campaign in 2015 Mumps cases in England have increased almost three-fold in the first three months of this year. Public Health England figures show that there were 795 cases in the first three months of this year, compared to 275 during the same period [...]

Having sepsis ‘was like dying and coming back to life’

Having sepsis 'was like dying and coming back to life' Tom says he woke up from a coma and found his hands, feet and face had been amputated. A former banker has spoken of becoming a quadruple amputee at the age of 38 after being struck down with sepsis, or blood poisoning, following a slow diagnosis at hospital. Tom Ray is calling for mandatory sepsis checks for everyone going into A&E. Here he tells Sky News how he has head to relearn [...]

Kettering hospital trust exits special measures after two years

Kettering hospital trust exits special measures after two years. A Midlands Hospital Trust has left special measures by inspectors after two years when they found significant improvements had been made and a “clear vision and strategy” put in place. Kettering General Hospital NHS FT was rated Inadequate and placed into special measures in April 2017 and criticised for “serious problems” around a lack of leadership and poor patient safety. The hospital was forced to declare a “black alert” in 2017, urging patients to only come [...]