The Latest in Training

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Pharmacists Train Up for Post-Lockdown Demand – Free CPD Courses

With restricted access to GP practices, people are turning to their local pharmacists. 56% of pharmacists have experienced increased hours.… Read More

25 June 2021

Brexit, IR35 and Soft Skills: The Changing Landscape of HR and Recruitment

Human Resources is a multi-faceted role that seems to be constantly shifting its area of control and influence. Here are… Read More

12 May 2021

10 Top Tips For Virtual Trainers From a Quality Assurance Expert

Virtual training comes with it's own challenges. Here, Mark Smith, an Expert Trainer and Curriculum Writer at People1st give us… Read More

11 May 2021

FAQP Issue a COVID-19 Update For First Aid Trainers

In response to the increased prevalence of asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, and the increased transmission of the new variants, the First… Read More

23 February 2021

Financial Planning for Young Adults – Is the Financial Education Children Receive in the UK Enough to Set Them up for Life?

“The things we see and learn about money in childhood and adolescence can have long-lasting consequences. Money habits that can… Read More

12 February 2021

What is Prevent Duty? The Role You Play in Counter-Extremism

Modern Britain is a multicultural society with a diverse culture, but unfortunately, there are threats to our multiculturalism. Voices of… Read More

26 January 2021

Happy Birthday to the Care Certificate

It’s now five years since the Care Certificate was launched in England in April 2015. With the latest statistics showing… Read More

8 April 2020

New Oral Health mandatory questions added to Effective: Key Lines of Enquiry

For people who are unable to clean their own teeth, mouth care should be an essential nursing responsibility but it… Read More

4 February 2020

New guidelines for epilepsy care in the community

New guidelines for professional carers administering buccal (ormomucosal) midazolam for epilepsy patients in the community have been published by the… Read More

18 June 2019

What is the CSTF? – The Acronym You Should Look Out For

  You're always seeing the acronym but not sure what the CSTF is and why you should care...   It… Read More

11 April 2019

Spotlight on General Practice Nursing: Identifying key training priorities

As the NHS celebrated its 70th birthday this summer there were plenty of nostalgic memories as we as we all… Read More

18 September 2018

Dignity in care

After a while, the hospital or care home where you work becomes as familiar to you as your own home.… Read More

16 August 2018