Classroom Training

The safe implementation of your new infusion devices relies on your staff receiving the best quality and most appropriate training.

CME Medical’s clinical support specialists work with healthcare providers to provide bespoke, efficient and effective training programmes that are accredited by the Royal College of Nursing and have received the Skills for Health Quality Mark.

The design and implementation of the training programme is a collaborative commitment between CME Medical and your organisation to arrange for staff to receive the appropriate level of training and in sufficient numbers.

Training requirements will depend on the simplicity or the complexity of the infusion device, the training needs of individual users and the training and competency method of practical skill assessment used within the organisation. Formal and written training plans are required to ensure consistency among all departments, wards and staff.

CME Medical provides the following training programmes:

  • Device User Workshop (1 hour): This training includes all the elements required for a user to use the device safely. Comprehensive and detailed instruction is given on the use of the device and equipment at the level of access it will be used in clinical practice. It includes competency-based self-assessment in the safe use of the device. Information regarding use of the pump according to local policy and procedure can be included in the training session if requested.
  • Advanced User Workshop (2 hours): This provides specialist education to nominated cascade trainers, ie those staff responsible for cascade and on-going training within their local work area. Information regarding use of the pump according to local policy and procedure can be included in the training session if requested. This option is appropriate if generic medical device training is available within your organisation.
  • Super User Workshop (approx. 4 hours): This module provides specialist education to nominated cascade trainers, ie those staff responsible for cascade and on-going training within their local work area. Information regarding use of the pump according to local policy and procedure can be included in the training session if requested. This option is appropriate if generic medical device training is not available within your organisation.
  • Professional User Workshop (3 hours): This training is aimed at hospital personnel who are designated and have the authority to make decisions on pump configuration for local use. This training is provided to educate key decision makers in the full range of features and functionality available on the device.

Device user and advance user workshops (for all medical devices) have been awarded the Skills for Health Quality Mark and are accredited by the Royal College of Nursing.

CME Medical clinical training has received the Skills for Health Quality Mark.

The Skills for Health Quality Mark uniquely provides a framework for assuring the effective delivery of high quality learning and training to the health sector.
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T34 and T60 Device User and Advance User Training has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional Accreditation until February 21 2018.

545, 575, 595, TPCA, 323 and 2 Channel Device User and Advance User Training has been accredited by the RCN Centre for Professional Accreditation until March 16 2018.

Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product.

If you don’t have the facilities to host clinical training at your premises, we can deliver training in our custom built auditorium at our Lancashire offices.

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