Clinical Skills Refresher Workshop
Are you a Registered Nurse or Enrolled Nurse wanting to refresh or hone your clinical skills? Are you studying nursing and would like to fast-track your learning? The Mater Education Clinical Skills Refresher workshop has been purpose-designed to help you achieve this.
Under the instruction of our team of highly trained clinical facilitators and educators, you will participate in a series of simulation training exercises, work through technique-honing skill stations and put theory into practice as you learn to manage a range of clinical scenarios.
Key topics covered in the workshop include:
- interpreting vital signs
- documentation and interpretation of Q-ADDS charts
- pain assessment
- medication safety and administration
- intravenous infusions and infusion pump
- IDC management.
The workshop is also a great opportunity to increase preparedness for stepping into a new nursing role.
Who should attend?
Our Clinical Skills Refresher workshop is designed specifically for Registered Nurses and Enrolled Nurses looking to refresh their clinical training and boost their confidence around working in a range of clinical settings. The course is also perfect for nursing students keen to build their skillset as quickly as possible.
- Interpreting vital signs
- Pain assessment
- Medication safety
- Intravenous infusions + infusion pump
- Fluid balance assessment
- IDC management
Seven CPD hours
8.30 am - 4 pm
$400 (incl. GST)
10% discount available for Mater People
Cancellation and refund policy
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