Urethral Catheterisation & Catheter Care

Guardian Angels
Delivery Method: Face-to-face
Catheterisation Training | Catheter Care Training

Urethral catheterisation training for nurses plus adapted courses

Our qualified educators deliver catheterisation training based on their real-life experiences of administering the procedure to patients. While this course focuses on training for registered nurses, we offer a range of catheterisation and care modules in order to cater for each organisation’s individual requirements, including:

  • Urethral catheterisation training for nurses
  • Suprapubic catheterisation training
  • Catheter care training for non-registered nursing staff

Whether dealing with a patient with an intermittent, indwelling or suprapubic catheter, their comfort and care is of the upmost priority. This delicate and sensitive procedure must be carried out professionally and carefully to ensure safety and hygiene.

Our catheterisation and catheter care training

We’ll work with you to ensure that the course meets all of your training requirements, so whatever type of catheterisation techniques and catheter care training you need, just let us know and we’ll tailor both the theoretical and practical elements to suit.

Delegates will have the opportunity to practice their techniques on anatomically correct manikins, ensuring confidence and competency prior to in-work application.

As a general overview for all of our catheterisation and care training, the syllabus includes:

  • Catheterisation
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Suitable situations
  • Equipment
  • Preparation
  • Procedure – theory, demonstration and practice with manikins
  • Potential problems and resolutions
  • Post catheterisation care
  • Assessment
  • Summary and evaluation

Course duration

Our catheterisation training courses for nurses last 6 hours, completed in one day. Our catheter care training courses run for 3 hours.

Assessment and certification

The course process consists of continual assessment by the course tutor, case studies, practical scenarios, OSCE's and workbook completion. 

Following the course, attendees will have to ensure that they complete a course workbook and competency check within their own workplace, alongside a doctor or nurse who is already certified by an employer as competent at urethral catheterisation or the specific procedure the training covered.

Guardian Angels Training will provide the necessary competency proformas required to ensure safe and evidenced-based clinical practice, and our registered nurse trainers are available to provide onsite competency assessments upon request – please contact us for more information.

Upon successful completion of the catheterisation training or care course, you’ll receive a certificate valid for 2 years from issue.

Please note: this course is only available to employers such as...

  • NHS Trusts
  • CCGs
  • Care providers
  • Independent hospitals

...that§ can provide training facilities onsite for groups of 4 - 12 delegates per training session.

To learn more about the different types of catheterisation training courses we offer, please feel free to get in touch and we’ll be happy to answer your questions. 

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