Assist Clients with Medication (HLT Unit)
Guidestar Training & Professional Services
|Campus||Mid Year Intake?||Study Mode||Entry Requirements|
|St Albans||No||Full-time internal||
No minimum education
This unit is part of the Health and Community Services Training Package. It describes the skills and knowledge required to prepare for and provide medication assistance, and complete medication documentation. It also involves supporting a client to self-administer medication. It applies to community services and health workers with authority in their state or territory to assist with the administration of medication.
Subjects you can Study
Prepare to assist with medication; Prepare the client for assistance with administration of medication; Support clients with administration of medication; Handle medication contingencies; Complete medication distribution and documentation.
About Guidestar Training & Professional ServicesGuidestar Training & Professional Services is a Registered Training Organisation that offers courses in the community sector namely Certificate III in Individual Support. This RTO also provide short courses such as First Aid, Infection Control, Safe Manual Handling, Anaphylaxis and Asthma management. par The provider is based in St. Albans but has multiple delivery locations such in Lalor, Noble Park, Werribee and St. Albans. They provide a friendly learning environment to students and one-on-one support as needed by the students during their learning. They provide both day and evening classes in most of their locations and a weekend class only in St. Albans. This provider ensures all work placement requirements of the qualifications they offer is met by taking the responsibility to look for placement for all students and provide clinical assessors on a weekly basis who support students during placement. RTO code: 22355
StatementCourse code: HLTHPS006
- Full-time internal = 40 hours
No minimum education
Life after Study
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