With our tutor lead training we provide a Person Centred Approaches and Practices and a learning environment which addresses learners’ attitudes; beliefs and behaviour and helps them connect action and reflection in a continuous cycle. There are many significant developments in the disability sector in Ireland, specifically the HIQA standards and the Law Reform Commission reports, Moving On and New Directions, which will lead to radical changes and expectations of services delivered to people with intellectual disabilities.
Our bespoke, accredited programmes are designed to prepare and equip organisations and staff for these challenges.
People with Down syndrome also have an increased risk of dementia with 15 to 40% lifetime prevalence (Prasher and Krishnan 1996).
The purpose of these programmes is to equip the staff with the knowledge, skill and competence to respond appropriately to sexuality issues ...
Autism is a complex, lifelong developmental disability that typically appears during early childhood and can impact a person’s social skills...
It is envisaged that the delivery of this programme will provide course participants with the necessary ethos and practical support to devel...
Working effectively with individual with Intellectual Disability and Mental Health Difficulties – 5 days
The NDA defines PCP as a “way of discovering how a person wants to live their life and what is required to make that possible. The overall a...
Our training programmes in the Safe Administration of Medication are designed for Social Care Workers and HCA’s who are working with vulnera...
BILD offer a scheme that requires training providers to demonstrate compliance with the Restraint Reduction Network Training Standards. National Institute of Intellectual Disability Studies is the first and only Irish company, accredited by and committed to the standards set out in BILD Code of Practice (2019) and Restraint Reduction Network 2019. Both of these frameworks offer standards, which have been developed over a period of time and work alongside the changes in evidence base as well as policy and practice.
Royal Pharmaceutical Society offers quality assurance processes for learning and development and provides a benchmark of quality for training in relation to Safe Administration of Medication.
While they no longer offer accreditation , all of our programmes designed in the administration of medication series were approved by them.
According to CORU, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is one of the key mechanisms used to foster high standards of professional conduct and professional education, training and competence among registrants. While NMBI state that it is essential for each nurse and midwife to engage in CPD, following registration, in order to acquire new knowledge and competence to practise effectively in an ever-changing health care environment.
Continuing professional and personal developments are required in order to maintain and enhance professional standards and to provide quality, competent and safe patient care. Our training programmes are designed to provoke thought, consider practical’s implications and how new knowledge can be reflected upon and utilised in Practice.
Our online EHub provides over a 1100 self-paced, multi-media bite size training programmes set against our Competency Professional Development Framework, available here at Your Fingertips.Read more