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"CPL training offers you peace of mind that your staff are trained professionally and in a welcoming environment.  The sessions can also be individualised to suit your organisational policies and procedures." - Karen, CPL Health Liaison Officer Team Leader 

Simply free call us today on 1800 275 753 or fill in the form below to book a session!
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Training and professional development for your staff

At CPL, we can train your staff on a huge range of expert topics so they’re prepared for the new opportunities that the NDIS will bring.

Our specialist teams deliver training and support for carers, support services and Allied Health professionals.

We can come to your workplace to deliver training on a variety of important subjects that will make sure your staff provide the best level of care possible. 

We can train your staff on topics including: 1610_Kendal

  • Medication administration
  • Introduction to epilepsy and emergency midazolam administration
  • Bowel health and simple suppositories
  • Continence care
  • External continence aids (uridomes and pads)
  • Introduction to diabetes and blood sugar level monitoring
  • Assisting clients with gastrostomies and jejunostomies
  • Assisting clients with NG tubes
  • Skin care and pressure injury management
  • Assisting clients with oral suctioning
  • Introduction to allergy management and epipen use
  • Assisting clients with personal care

Our workshops are offered across South East Queensland. You can book at your local service or we can come to you at your workplace. Simply free call us today on 1800 275 753 or Get in touch to find out more!



Workshops for disability service providers in South East Queensland

Communication

Topic: How to support individuals with communication impairments.
Who’s it for: Carers and support services

Topic: Learn the role of assistive technology to enhance client participation.
Who’s it for: Community and respite services

Topic: Information on iPad applications and their uses to support your working day.
Who’s it for: Carers, allied health professionals and support services.

Topic: Information on iPad applications and their uses for your clients. 
Who’s it for: Carers, allied health professionals and support services

Topic: Learn how visual supports and assistive tech can enhance communication. 
Who’s it for: Community and respite centres 

Topic: Learn how to design and introduce Augmented and Alternative Communication systems (AAC) to students using the ALS technique.
Who’s it for: Teacher, Teachers Aide or Allied Health professionals.
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Topic: Come along and learn the basics of Key Word Sign,natural gesture and other visual strategies to enhance communication with your children or clients.
Who's it for: Anyone looking to learn basic key word sign


Equipment

Topic: Practical info and support in assessment, trial and prescription of seating.
Who’s it for: Allied Health professionals

Topic: Learn how to set up technology on wheelchairs, tables and other equipment.
Who’s it for: Allied Health professionals


Health and Wellbeing

Topic: Introduction to communication and support for clients during mealtimes.
Who’s it for: Carers and support services

Topic: Information on how to support clients with eating and drinking difficulties.
Who’s it for: Carers and support services

Topic: Learn what’s available to manage postural care for seating/sleeping equipment.
Who’s it for: Families, support services and Allied Health professionals

Topic: Manual handling workshop for those supporting people with physical disabilities.
Who’s it for: Carers and Support Services


Our workshops are offered across South East Queensland at your local service or at your workplace. Simply free call us today on 1800 275 753 or Get in touch to find out more!



Find out more today! Simply call 1800 275 753 or fill in the form below

One of our friendly CPL staff will be in touch by the next working day. We look forward to hearing from you!


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