Trusted Assessor Training
Our two day course provides competence and confidence to enable staff to assess for, prescribe and install ‘Simple Aids of Daily Living’ Equipment (e.g. toilet surrounds, bath boards, chair raisers, grab rails and much more). Learners will recognise contraindications of equipment provision and will know when to refer to Qualified Occupational Therapists in more complex cases. The course includes practical sessions, for example assessment of chair transfers, toilet transfers, bath transfers, stairs and front door access. An assessment will take place for those seeking OCN London Accreditation and Certification. Individuals will develop a portfolio to inform their ongoing work.
- Professionals working in Social Care, Reablement and Health
- Support Staff in Health and Social Care settings
- Retailers requiring accreditation to supply and fit equipment
- Housing Association and Home Improvement Agency Staff
- Anyone wishing to familiarize themselves with the assessment for and provision of Simple Aids of Daily Living
This course is accredited at Level II or level III by OCN London.
So what do our customers say?
“This was the most enjoyable course I have done for a good number of years.
The content was ideal for me in terms of identifying ways that we can improve the services we are able to offer to our customers.
It is very positive to learn of how simple adjustments will be able to make people’s lives easier.”
Chris Scriven, Blue Bird Care
“The course was really well delivered, moved at a good pace and was useful to have the opportunity to do the practical measuring and assessing. Really enjoyed the course.”
Occupational Therapist, Lancashire
“I really enjoyed the course. The trainers were polite and professional. The environment was fantastic and the course was very helpful for my job in the British Red Cross as a support at home assistant.”
Support Worker, British Red Cross
“I enjoyed the course, I found it very informative and it has given me more confidence when working with disabled people.”
Dorset County Council, Care Home Worker