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The Medication Training Company

Gresham House
1A John Street
Shoreham-by-Sea
BN43 5DL

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MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION TRAINING SHOWN TO REDUCE MEDICATION ERRORS (by 36%) AND IMPROVE CQC RATINGS

Support the Use of Medication in Social Care Settings – Distance Learning

Registration no. 10029641

Medication administration training delivered by experts

Medication administration is a critical service for all health care and social care providers. Medication errors made by health or social care professionals risk patient safety and unwanted scrutiny from regulators and safeguarding teams. We believe medication administration training should be provided by a specialist team of pharmacists and nurses, whose sole passion is focused around teaching just this one subject. Our practical face-to-face and our online courses focus on administering medicines systematically using a 12-step process to avoid complacency and reduce errors. Our courses use simulated medicines rounds to assess competency, and have been shown to reduce medication errors by 36%. Our medication training is trusted by 20 local authorities and numerous health and social care providers across the UK. We are endorsed by Skills for Care and accredited by the Royal College of Nursing.

What they say

Practical Workshops

Delivered face-to-face by experienced pharmacists and nurses at your workplace or as open courses

Virtual Medicines Round

We test a learner’s competence by presenting different medicines and corresponding medicines charts

Epilepsy Training

Teaches epilepsy awareness and how to administer buccal midazolam and rectal diazepam during a seizure.

Distance Learning

A stand-alone training module or as part of our practical workshops for a more comprehensive course

Train the Trainer

We’ll give you the tools to train your own team directly through our Certified Instructors Programme

Audit & Consultancy

Deep-dive comprehensive audits, medication policy work, and root cause investigation of medication errors