Effective self–care results in better health related outcomes and quality of life for the person living with diabetes. Our online learning programs will provide Healthcare Workers with a basic understanding of diabetes, and how it relates to their work and the situations that arise from their role. By completing a course, participants will:
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This online training course will help Pharmacy Assistants get a basic understanding of diabetes and improve the support they provide in their pharmacy to people living with diabetes.
By completing this interactive online training participants will :
This skill set is for people working in various care and support roles in the community services or health sector who wish to develop skills in the administration and monitoring of medications. This skill set has been endorsed by the industry as suitable for individuals who hold a qualification at Certificate IV level or higher in an area involving the provision of direct client care or support.
Our current eLearning courses are shown below. Please talk to us if you are looking for face to face training options, as we can customise a solution for you.
In this course, you will learn what diabetes is, how it is managed, and also how you can support a child with type 1 diabetes.
This skill set reflects the skill requirements to assist with the administration and monitoring of medications.
A course for Pharmacy Assistants to help them increase their diabetes knowledge so they can provide improved support.
Develop skills in supporting people with their self management of chronic disease.
This 2 hour eLearning program will provide support workers with a basic understanding of diabetes to support people in their care.
This 2 hour eLearning program will provide anyone working with or supporting the elderly with a basic understanding of diabetes.