CALHN Nursing Education Courses

Clinical Skills Day - Glenside Health Services

Suitable for CALHN Mental Health Clinicians

Workshop Aim

These workshops aim to ensure that there is access to resources for competencies guaranteeing the skills for the workforce in accordance with the strategic plan of the organisation.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the workshop, participants will be in a position to demonstrate their continuing professional development required with their relevant professional registration.

Eligibility / Entry Requirements

Open to all interested people working in SA Mental Health Services. Anyone else who is interested can contact via the Glenside Learning Centre.

All participants must provide documented evidence that their mandatory annual on-line competencies have been completed in their own time on the day of attendance.  These are:

>        Manual Handling tasks

>        Fire & Emergency Safety Training

>        Basic Life Support (Theory)

>        Hand Hygiene

>        Medication Safety for Nurses

Date, Time and Location

This one day workshop will be at Glenside Health Service in the Administration and Learning Services building on 26th and 30th August 2019.

The day will begin promptly at 8.30am.  Late attendees will be asked to return to their workplace and rebook to attend another session.

Evidence of competencies must be sighted and signed by one of the educators before proceeding to the next task.  This form is attached to the workshop outline (click here to access).  A copy of this needs to be with you at all times during the workshop as this is your evidence to present back to claim your CPD points, and is your responsibility.

No responsibility for loss of this will be acknowledged by the Learning Centre or Educators on the day.

Presenters

MAPA:

David Lao, Tina Evans, plus other MAPA Instructors as allocated.

Long Acting Injections:

Bernie Stefan-Rasmus, Titus Sigobodhla, Sarah Devine, Shanshan Yu.

Basic Life Support (practical application):

Titus Sigobodhla, Sarah Devine, Shanshan Yu.

Click here to apply

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To enrol in this workshop offered at the Learning Centre, the application form must be completed and submitted to the Learning Centre prior to the closing date for applications.  Enter details on this electronic form before printing, and then scan to email or fax.


Workshop Outline

Group A

Time

Topic

Presenter

0830-0845

Registrations, welcome and housekeeping

Acknowledgment to Country and introduction of the day’s outline.

 

Groups divided into A & B

 

Leads:

David Lao

Tina Evans

 

0845-1015

MAPA (Group A) Refresher

Tina Evans

 

 

Rooms 4 & 5

 

1015 - 1030

Morning Tea

 

1030 – 1230

MAPA (refresher) continued

 

1230 – 1300

Lunch Break

1300 – 1515

 

>      Manual Tasks Theory

>      Child Protection

>      Code Of Ethics Awareness

>      Disability Awareness

>      Information Sharing Guidelines

>      Safety Learning System

>      White Ribbon

>      Work Health & Safety Basics

>      911 rescue tool

>      High Risk Medicines – Clozapine

>      Long Acting Injection Techniques

 

Basic Life Support (practical)

 

Long Acting Injections (practical – refresher)

Titus Sigobodhla

Sarah Devine

Shanshan Yu

David Lao

 

 

 

Self- directed – once completed – educator to sign and date

 

 

Clinical skills lab

 

Room: TBC

13.30, 14.30, 15.30

1515 - 1530

Afternoon tea

1530 – 1615

Round up and review of documentation

David Lao

Tina Evans

1630 – 1700

Debrief and evaluation of day

 



Group B

Time

Topic

Presenter

0830-0845

Registrations, welcome and housekeeping

Acknowledgment to Country and introduction of the day’s outline.

 

Groups divided into A & B

Leads:

David Lao

Tina Evans

 

0845 – 1030

>      Manual Tasks Theory

>      Child Protection

>      Code Of Ethics Awareness

>      Disability Awareness

>      Information Sharing Guidelines

>      Safety Learning System

>      White Ribbon

>      Work Health & Safety Basics

>      911 rescue tool

>      High Risk Medicines – Clozapine

>      Long Acting Injection Techniques

 

 

Basic Life Support (practical)

 

Long Acting Injections (practical – refresher)

Titus Sigobodhla

Sarah Devine

Shanshan Yu

Tina Evans

 

 

Self- directed – once completed – educator to sign and date.

There are computer rooms available during this period

 

Clinical skills lab

 

Room: TBC

9.30, 10.30, 11.30

1030 – 1045

Morning Tea Break

1045 – 1245

continued

 

1245 – 1315

Lunch break.

1315 – 1415

MAPA (group B) Refresher

David Lao

 

 

Rooms 4 & 5

 

1415 – 1430

Afternoon tea break.

1430 – 1615

MAPA (Group B) Refresher

 

 

1615 – 1630

Round up and review of documentation

David Lao

Tina Evans

 

 

1630 – 1700

Debrief and evaluation of day

 

 

 


 

Mental Health Directorate

Nursing Training Requirements

Training

Date Completed

On-Line Modules Required Once Only Within 6-Months of Commencement

1.     Child Protection

 

 

2.     Code of Ethics Awareness

 

 

3.     Disability Awareness

 

 

4.     Information Sharing Guidelines

 

 

5.     Safety Learning System

 

 

6.     White Ribbon

 

 

7.     Work Health & Safety Basics

 

 

8.     911 Rescue Tool

 

 

9.     High Risk Medicines - Clozapine

 

                       

10.  Long Acting Injection Techniques

 

Practical Training Required on Commencement         

11.  Organisation Orientation [includes MAPA, CBIS & Sunrise EMT]

 

On-Line Modules Annually                                              

12.  Fire & Emergency Safety Training

 

 

13.  Hand Hygiene

 

 

14.  Aseptic Technique

 

 

15.  Basic Life Support

 

 

16.  Medication Safety for Nurses

 

Annual Practicals                                                              

17.  Basic Life Support

 

 

18.  Management of Actual & Potential Aggression [½ day update]

 

On-Line Modules Highly Recommended But Not Mandatory   

19.  Partnering with Consumers

 

 

20.  Aboriginal Cultural Learning

 

 

21.  Clinical Handover

 

 

22.  Falls Prevention

 

 

23.  Clinical Supervision

 

 

24.  Open Disclosure

 

 

25.  Cognitive Impairment Awareness

 

 

26.  Diabetes Information For Nurses

 

MHD Highly Recommended But Not Mandatory Face to Face Training          

27.  Suicide Response Training

 

 

28.  Trauma Informed Care