Complex Bowel Care
This course aims to support workers in disability services who already provide or will provide complex bowel care by offering additional theory and practise. In this training course, different topics of personal hygiene, infection control techniques, including administration of enemas and suppositories are covered. It also covers the significance of colon hygiene, how to recognise the features of healthy bowel, and how to handle difficult situations and emergencies.
This classroom-based course incorporates theory, a knowledge assessments and practical activities. Gain theoretical knowledge and practical skills from qualified trainers with expertise.
The course will provide you with knowledge about:
• What is bowel care?
• What is the significance of hygiene and regular bowel care?
• How to support a healthy functioning bowel?
• How to identify signs and symptoms in bowel functioning to related risks?
• What are the infection and prevention control procedures?
Approximately 2 – 3 hours
This course is delivered face to face and will require successful completion of a theory and practical assessment. On the day of the session, you will receive a copy of the pre-course reading material, which must be read before attempting any assessment activities.
$1500.00 + GST for a group of 6 candidates
Please ensure you read our Student Handbook for further information on our policies and procedures, fee information, terms, and program conditions.
Course Intake Dates and Enrolment
Please contact office staff on 08 6373 2425 to find out or any further queries related to the enrolment process.
|Course Duration||:||Approximately 2 – 3 hours|
|Course Delivery||:||Face to face|
|Campus||:||Perth: Mezzanine Level 109 St Georges Terrace | Perth | WA 6000|