How can we help you or your organisation?
Medecs Learning is a diversified learning business serving organisations in the Healthcare and Social Assistance sector.
We help our organisation partners solve their learning needs, meet client complex care requirements, and advise on policy and procedures to maximise safe, quality support practice outcomes.
The Essentials Program is a growing library of certificate-level training courses available anytime, anywhere via desktop computer or mobile device.
Subscription to The Essentials Program for individuals is only $14.95 a month. Organisation licenses are available from only $3600 annually (for up to 50 active users).
The Essentials Program Advantage
Our team of registered nurses provide comprehensive training for a variety of healthcare needs.
Where complex and/or invasive techniques or procedures are required the team prepares a complex healthcare plan (CHCP). This sets out written instructions specific to an individual’s healthcare needs.
Other staff training to manage complex medication and delivery systems includes:
- PEG management
- Diabetes management
- Bowel care
- EpiPen administration
- Colostomy management
- Catheter care and
- Epilepsy education and training
Training and Education
Quality support and care starts at the top.
Staff practice is influenced and guided by the values and behaviours within your organisation. Advisory provides a strategic framework to develop and align critical organisation tools that positively influence support practice outcomes in your organisation.
The advisory framework includes the following essential tools:
- Contemporary policies and procedures development, including accessibility
- Individualised care plan templates aligned to staff training to inform and guide support practice
- Organisation staff competency profiles to detail the required knowledge and skills to provide a benchmark for the best support practice in your organisation
- Staff self-assessment skills surveys
- Training options to address any knowledge and/or skills gaps.