|When||29 June to Thursday 31 December|
|Provided by||Voluntary Action Leeds|
CPD Approved 65 mins (2 units)
If you are part of a team responsible for people’s nutrition and hydration, it’s important that you understand the terms that are being used, the nutritional requirements of the service users and the possible consequences of getting it wrong.
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Online Training By Neil Lee Training, offered by VAL
During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Voluntary Action Leeds has suspended its face to face training offer until further notice.
However we will be providing a limited number of training sessions on-line in partnership with Neil Lee Training (a regular trainer at VAL).
The courses will give you an opportunity to keep your skills up to date and relevant in an ever changing environment. The courses are tutor led, one-to-one interactive on-line courses which you can do in your own time, at your own pace and at your own place. Courses are fun to take part in and really easy to access.
All courses are delivered by expert trainers with years of experience in the field. Learners will be asked questions at the end of each unit, which they will need to answer successfully in order to complete the course (but don’t worry if you get it wrong as you can try again), after which they will receive a certificate of achievement approved by the relevant awarding bodies including CPD and Neil Lee Training Centre of Excellence.
For more information please refer to our full cancellation policy here.
For more information please contact Training@VAL.org.uk
Please note, the training can be undertaken at any time once purchased.
|Venue||Online Training Portal
|Learning outcomes||This course will start by defining the various terms used when talking about nutrition and hydration in care environments, the basic elements of nutrition and eating a healthy balanced diet, identify the reasons why vulnerable people might suffer with dehydration and the tools you can use to identify people that are at risk of malnutrition and the steps you can take to deal with this condition.|
|How to book||
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29 June to Thursday 31 December