AIC LI Clinical Course

Introduction

The Community Care Training Course aims to provide healthcare support caregivers a platform to constantly keep themselves up to date on the requirements that are needed in the industry and also an avenue for them upgrade skillsets and remain relevant to the growing demands of the community care sector.

Clinical

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1.BCLS+AED Provider 

2.CPR(Hands Only)+AED Provider

3.Standard First Aid Provider 

4.Perform Basic Equipment and Machine Operations 

5.Monitor Maintenance of Equipment and Machine 

6.Administer Oxygen Therapy

7.Perform Tube Feeding

8.Insertion of NGT

9.Support client for Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

10.Lifting and Transferring Techniques

11.Perform Prescribed Passive Range of Motion (ROM) Exercise

12.Assist in Mobility Training for Clients

13.Basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Skills Retraining

14.Peripheral Venepuncture for Upper Limbs

15.Assist with Physical Examination and Basic Health Assessment

16.Basic Health Assessment: Monitoring Vital Signs

17.Monitor Glucose Level and Oxygen Saturation

18.Perform Specimen Collection

19.Assisting in Care in Urinary Elimination 

20.Assist with Urinary Catheterisation

21.Perform routine urinary catheterisation 

22.Perform Basic Hygiene Care

23.Safe Turning and Positioning Techniques

24.Implement Individualised Care Plan (ICP)

25.Monitor and Provide Feedback on Individualised Care Plan (ICP) Activities

26.Participate in Developing Individualised Care Plan (ICP)

27.Stoma Management

28.Perform and Monitor Individualised Therapy Intervention

29.Perform Wheelchair Handling

30.Encourage Participation in Structured Group Activities

31.Assist with Client Functional and Cognitive Assessment 

1.BCLS+AED Provider 

2.CPR(Hands Only)+AED Provider

3.Standard First Aid Provider 

4.Perform Basic Equipment and Machine Operations 

5.Monitor Maintenance of Equipment and Machine 

6.Administer Oxygen Therapy

7.Perform Tube Feeding

8.Insertion of NGT

9.Support client for Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (ADL)

10.Lifting and Transferring Techniques

11.Perform Prescribed Passive Range of Motion (ROM) Exercise

12.Assist in Mobility Training for Clients

13.Basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL) Skills Retraining

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1.Care of Bowel Elimination

2.Continence Management for residents in healthcare settings

3.Assist in Conducting Mobility Training on Powered Mobility Devices (PMDs)

4.Assist with Electrical and Thermal Electro-Physical Agents Application

5.Understanding of Unsafe Home Environmental Conditions for Fall Prevention

6.Address Home Environmental Safety Concerns for Fall Prevention

7.Perform Fall Risk Assessment

8.Perform Therapeutic Exercises

9.Pain Management: Non-pharmacological Intervention

10.Monitor Pain Relieving intervention

11.Personal hygiene management for person with behavioural concerns

12.Assist with Individualised Therapy Care Plan Development

13.Use Prescribed Assistive Device Based on Client’s Condition

14.Review of Prescribed Assistive Device According to Client Needs

15.Conduct Structured Group Activities

16.Plan Group Activities

17.Assist with Client and Caregiver Training (CGT)

18.Conduct Client and Caregiver Training (CGT)

19.Certificate in Community Care

20.Certificate in Medical Transportation Services

21.Oral Suctioning

22.Tracheostomy care

1.Assist with Physical Examination, Basic Health Assessment and Specimen Collection

2.Basic Health Assessment: Taking Vital Signs

3.Basic Health Assessment: Glucose and Oxygen Monitoring

4.Specimen Collection

5.Peripheral Venepuncture for Upper Limbs (Collect blood sample)

6.Assisting in Care in Urinary Elimination 

7.Assist with Urinary Catheterisation

8.Perform routine urinary catheterisation 

9.Care of Bowel Elimination

10.Perform Basic Hygiene Care 

11.Continence Management for residents in healthcare settings 

12.Safe Turning and Positioning Techniques

13.Implement Individualised Care Plan (ICP)

14.Monitor and Provide Feedback on Individualised Care Plan (ICP) Activities

15.Participate in Developing Individualised Care Plan (ICP)

16.Perform and Monitor Individualised Therapy Intervention

17.Assist in Conducting Mobility Training on Powered Mobility Devices (PMDs)

18.Assist with Electrical and Thermal Electro-Physical Agents Application

19.Understanding of Unsafe Home Environmental Conditions for Fall Prevention

20.Address Home Environmental Safety Concerns for Fall Prevention

21.Perform Fall Risk Assessment

22.Perform Therapeutic Exercises

23.Pain Management: Non-pharmacological Intervention 

24.Monitor Pain Relieving intervention 

25.Personal hygiene and grooming support 

26.Personal hygiene and bathing activities

27.Personal hygiene management for person with behavioural concerns 

28.Care of perineal and elimination activities 

29.Stoma Management

30.Assist with Individualised Therapy Care Plan Development

31.Perform Wheelchair Handling

32.Use Prescribed Assistive Device Based on Client’s Condition 

33.Review of Prescribed Assistive Device According to Client Needs 

34.Conduct Structured Group Activities

35.Encourage Participation in Structured Group Activities

36.Plan Group Activities

37.Assist with Client Functional and Cognitive Assessment 

38.Assist with Client and Caregiver Training (CGT) 

39.Conduct Client and Caregiver Training (CGT)

40.Certificate in Community Care 

41.Certificate in Medical Transportation Services 

42.Oral Suctioning 

43.Tracheostomy care 

44.Clinical guidelines for oxygen therapy 

Synopsis

The CPR + AED Provider course aims to equip learners to perform basic CPR and to operate the AED in an emergency situation. Upon completion of the course, trainees will be awarded the CPR + AED Provider Certificate which is valid for 2 years from the date of issuance, accredited by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council.

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Synopsis

The SFA (Standard First Aid) + AED course will equip participants with the essential theory, hands-on skills, and knowledge related to emergencies in the workplace. Participants will be able to implement what they have learned when it comes to unforeseen circumstances in the workplace requiring immediate attention. Upon completion of the course, participants will be awarded the Standard First Aid (SFA) + AED certificate which is valid for 2 years from the date of issuance, accredited by the Singapore Resuscitation and First Aid Council (SRFAC).

An e-learning account will be provided for each participant for the completion of a 4-hrs e-learning prior to the training at HMI Institute.

Certificate will only be conferred to participants upon completion of both e-learning and classroom components.

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Synopsis

The BCLS (Basic Cardiac Life Support) + AED course Provides in-depth training on CPR, Operations of AED, Management of foreign Body Airway Obstruction for Adult, Child and Infant.

Synopsis

The BCLS (Basic Cardiac Life Support) + AED course Provides in-depth training on CPR, Operations of AED, Management of foreign Body Airway Obstruction for Adult, Child and Infant.

An e-learning account will be provided for each participant for the completion of a 4-hrs e-learning prior to the training at HMI Institute.

Certificate will only be conferred to participants upon completion of both e-learning and classroom components.

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Synopsis

Mobility aids help to encourage and increase mobility for clients with difficulty in walking. This one-day course aims to equip the healthcare professional and support care staffs with the knowledge of various mobility aids with emphasis on walking aids and safety precaution while assisting their clients with walking aids. The course will cover the use of walking aids, ways to care and maintain the walking aids and how to use them safely.

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Synopsis

This course aims to equip the participants with the skills and knowledge of safe turning and positioning techniques for clients with various needs. They will be taught on how to identify different type of resting position and the appropriate equipment required for positioning their clients. The purpose of positioning and safety precautions needed during turning and positioning will also be explained.

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Synopsis

This one day course highlights the importance of using the proper technique for safety lifting and transferring clients at all times. The course is structured with a mix of lectures and practical, emphasizing on “hands-on” skills to equip the healthcare professional and support care staffs with th skills and knowledge of lifting and transferring techniques for clients with various level of assistance in the different ILTC settings.

Topics include proper body mechanics, safety precaution and assistive devices during lifting ad transferring.

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Synopsis

This one-day course offers participants the skills and knowledge on Passive Range of Motion Exercise. This include the principles behind the range of motion exercises, different types and movement of joints in a human body and how to perform range of motion exercise safely.

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Synopsis

This 2 days course aims to equip healthcare support workers with the skills and knowledge to care for patients by assisting them with their personal hygiene such as

– Performing assisted bath
– Bed bath
– Oral hygiene
– Skin care
– Foot care
– Eye care

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Synopsis

This 1 day course equips the healthcare support worker with the skills and knowledge required to assist in nasogastric tube feeding. It introduces basic anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal tract in relation to nasogastric feeding. Safety and precautions before/after tube feeding and recognising the complications of nasogastric tube feeding will be discussed.

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Synopsis

This course equips the healthcare support worker with skills and knowledge required to care for bowel elimination. The physiological process in bowel elimination will be discussed. Some bowel elimination problems and its management such as constipation will be addressed.

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Synopsis

This course equips the healthcare support worker with the skills and knowledge required to assist in caring for clients who require oral suctioning, oxygen and nebulizer therapy. It also introduces the use of pulse oximetry to complement patient assessment in the measurement of peripheral oxygen saturation (SpO2).

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Synopsis

The course provides an overview of services in the Assistance of Medication context. It discusses the roles and responsibilities of healthcare support workers in the Assistance with Medication. At the end of the course, participants should be able to:
1. Define the term “Assistance with Medication”
2. Discuss the roles and responsibilities in medication assistance contect

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