Clinical Professional Development for Occupational Health Nurses
A series of 8 practical training workshops including:
- Employment Health Screening
- Fitness for Work
- Skin & Respiratory Surveillance: History Taking & Case Management
- Health Surveillance: History Taking & Case Management
- Sickness Absence Management Referrals
- Occupational Health Condition Management
- Occupational Health Role in Performance Management
- Clinical Audit in OH
Occupational Health Nurses are leaders in public health in the workplace setting. Their role is pivotal and it is, therefore, imperative that their training provides them with the necessary knowledge and competencies.
NPAG’s Clinical Professional Development for Occupational Health Nurses training module programme is specifically aimed at newly qualified OH nurses, and nurses/technicians working in Occupational Health. In a number of instances they have also proven beneficial for nurses at different stages of their development. The intention is to provide nurses with the daily clinical and professional skills and experience that they require to undertake their duties. Those attending will gain clinical skills, which will serve to support further academic qualifications and training.
It is our recommendation that Occupational Health Nurses with 2 years or less experience should attend. Applicants are encouraged to attend as many or as few modules as they feel necessary.
For additional information and to discuss your training requirements, please contact Gemma Aitchison.
“Invaluable course – will prepare me for my future career in Occupational Health.”Skin & Respiratory Surveillance History Taking & Case Management Module, October 2016
“Very informative, lots of useful informative and I found the content / discussions educational and engaging. Not one sleepy moment as Lucy was wonderful at ensuring everyone could contribute towards the learning process. Thank you so much.”Employment Health Screening Module, February 2017
“Well delivered content. Lucy explains everything in a really straight forward way. Looking forward to my next module in March!“Fitness for Work Module, February 2017