Moving & Handling of People Training
Practical & Cost Effective Training at your location anywhere in the UK
Osteopathic Solutions Ltd is a CPD Certification Service Accredited, established, nationwide specialist of Moving & Handling of People training teaching best practice handling techniques and equipment use to Residential and Nursing Care, Domiciliary, Day Centre, Reablement and Professional Healthcare Practitioners.
Our Moving & Handling Expert Instructors are primary medical practitioners being either practising Occupational Osteopaths (registered with the General Osteopathic Council) or Occupational Physiotherapists (registered with The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy). Our Moving & Handling of People Training DVD Explainer Video to the left details the practical content of our Instructor Programmes and Practical Skills Courses.
The practical Moving & Handling of People techniques, transfers and equipment handling taught in our onsite CPD Certification Service Accredited Instructor Programmes and Practical Skills Courses are based upon evidenced based, best practice techniques and transfers from the 6th Edition of The Handling of People (HOP6) published by Backcare and the Arjo Handbook of Transfers, enhanced by the technical expertise of our Occupational Osteopaths.
Onsite Practical Skills Courses
To receive our 105 page Course Booklet LinkedIn connect with our Director Gareth Milner sending a message with the subject 'FREE BOOKLET' & we will email you the PDF version free of charge
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Competitive Per Attendee Costs
Courses run by Occupational Osteopaths
Inherently Practical in content
Instructor (Train the Trainer) Programmes
Workforce Practical Skills Courses
Quality Assured by The CPD Certification Service
1 Day Moving & Handling of People Instructor CPD/ Refresher Course
The feedback after the 1 Day Instructor CPD Course from our 3 trainers was excellent. I would have no hesitation in recommending Osteopathic Solutions to other Nuffield Hospitals.
HR Manager, Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital