College of Radiographers Certificate of Competence

Administering Intravenous Injection

About this course

Course code:
Z51000008
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Allied Health Professions
Campus:
Glenside
Duration:
One day
Course director:
Kerry Mills

Page last updated 2 August 2017

Introduction

The aim of the College of Radiographers Certificate of Competence in Administering Intravenous Injection (IV) study day is for you to develop knowledge and understanding of safe intravenous administration and apply these skills within your clinical environment.

If you are a registered professional including; radiographers, nurses, physiotherapists and clinical scientists then this course is suitable for you.

You will be provided with access to an online learning environment consisting of subject specific vodcasts and reading materials which aim to enhance and underpin the knowledge and experience gained during the IV course contact day. 

Upon successful completion of both the theoretical and practical aspects of this one day course a certificate will be issued by the College of Radiographers.

Entry requirements

You must be a professionally registered qualified practitioner.

If you are undertaking IV cannulation but are not registered by a professional body i.e. radiographic assistant then please contact the course lead for details on how you can access this course.

Course Lead:  kerry.mills@uwe.ac.uk

Accreditations and partnerships:

Structure

Content

Topics covered will include:

  • Injection theory and procedure
  • Upper limb anatomy and physiology
  • Infection control
  • Contrast agents
  • Emergency situations
  • Medico-legal aspects

Learning and Teaching

Alongside the e-learning package and teaching sessions delivered on the contact day, a practical session is also offered which provides an opportunity for practitioners to practice injection techniques on simulation units using a variety of injection equipment.

As per College of Radiographers accrediation requirements there will be an exam on the contact day relating to material covered by the e-learning package.

Study time

There is now only one contact day made up of 7.5 CPD hours.

You will be given access to an on-line learning environment 4 weeks before the course start date. This will contain vodcasts and relevant background reading.

For this reason we cannot take any bookings after the 25 October for the course commencing 22 November 2017.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

£380

Fees include lunch, refreshments and all course materials.

Course Dates

Wednesday 22 November 2017, 09.00 - 16.30

You will be given access to an on-line learning environment four weeks before the course start date. This will contain vodcasts and relevant background reading.

How to apply

How to apply

To book please use our online store and pay by credit/debit card.

For invoicing purposes only.

Please read our Terms and Conditions

For enquires relating to course content and suitability please contact:
Kerry Mills: Kerry.Mills@uwe.ac.uk

 

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