For Your Organisation
Your staff need to be aware of the risks that are around the corner. That’s why we have tailored our medication training courses to include real-life examples specific to your care setting. This helps your staff to have more confidence in identifying risks, as well as greater awareness and understanding of medicines.
Experts in medication training, our trainers are experienced in delivering training to Care Homes, Domiciliary Care, Children’s Services, Schools, Local Authorities and CCGs, Healthcare Assistants, Intermediate Care, Extra Care and Supported Living, Personal Assistants, Foster Carers and Shared Lives Carers, Nurses, Learning Disability Services, Day Care, Hospices and Fertility Clinics
Whether it’s for an individual or a team, our medication courses can be tailored to suit your budget, group size and time requirements.
As a member of the Opus community, you will continue to have access to the Opus pharmacist team for support.
Our team of highly skilled pharmacists have over 100 years’ combined experience, training over 70,000 care staff... there’s no problem we can’t solve!
Our trainers maintain up-to-date medicines knowledge and skills to ensure we deliver quality training.
We continually review and update our course content to meet current requirements.
Using a number of training tools, we help your staff feel confident in identifying areas of risk and minimising errors to keep the people you support safe.
You Like It
Delivered face to face for groups of 10+, online or via self-study distance learning workbooks, we have a course to suit your needs.
Our bespoke training allows you to tailor courses to your exact requirements, delivered in any of our three formats.
Accreditations and Industry Standards
Accredited in England, Scotland and Wales, our courses are in line with the Fundamental Standards and NICE guidelines. Additionally, all of our courses accredited by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Our children's courses are designed to comply with Ofsted guidelines, and our schools courses are in line with the Supporting Pupils guidance.
The Care Quality Commision are England’s regulator for health and social care and, as such, don’t recommend, accredit or endorse our courses.