Pressure Area Care Training

Course Description

Pressure ulcers occur when a localised area of skin and underlying tissue becomes damaged due to pressure, friction, or shear. Most sores can be prevented. Attending delegates will gain a thorough understanding of the subject to help them minimise opportunity for ulcer formation and optimise any required treatment for the persons in their care.

80-95% of pressure sores are avoidable. 700,000 people are affected annually. (N.H.S)

Pressure Area Care Training

Course Information

Course Number Course Validity Course Duration Course Assessment Course Accreditation Course Approvals
SC01071 Year1/2 DayContinuous--

Course Programme

  • Introduction and course overview
  • Anatomy & skin function
  • Pressure ulcers defined
  • Those at risk
  • How ulcers form
  • Prevention incl. nutrition
  • Recognising development
  • Treatment methods
  • Equipment
  • Course evaluation

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