Frequently Asked Questions about our training

Our team consists of highly qualified and motivated professionals, who are all experts in their field. With many years of experience in the healthcare industry, they have the expertise to provide comprehensive, first-rate training to our clients in both primary and secondary care.   

Sometimes you need a little clarification before deciding if the course is right for you or a member of your team.  Below we have posted some of the most frequently asked questions, and hope you find them helpful.

If you can't find the answer to the question you have, please do get in contact with us.


Introduction to Immunisation and Injection Technique 2-day virtual course


I have a new HCA that has not given Imms before so I’m looking for a course that will guide her on the technique of actually administering an injection.


The training will cover the anatomy and injection techniques.  However, it is important to note that any person that has attended the training, be it face to face or virtual, will require a period of supervision at their place of work and that the practice is happy with their competence before being unsupervised. 

Safeguarding Adults L3 virtual course


Could you please confirm if the Adult Safeguarding via Zoom on the 7th September would meet the mandatory requirements for clinicians and last for 3 years. 


The training is fully aligned with the key learning objectives set out in the adult safeguarding health intercollegiate document at level 2 and level 3.  Mandatory training is required every 3 years for 8 hours, 4 hours at least of which should be virtual or classroom based. 

Contraception - RCN Accredited Training


Once complete, would the training allow individuals to carry out coil and implant fitting?


No, however to be an implant/coil fitter you must pass an exam called the FSRH-OTA and our course sets them up to take this exam.

It’s a rather complex process to become an implant/coil fitter but this would be the start.

Note – its not essential/mandatory to do a course/our course to take the exam, but its rather hard so it certainly helps.

To train you need to do a certain number of supervised clinics. This can either be done at sexual health clinics, or in their own surgeries with a FRT present. It usually takes 2-3 training sessions for implants and 3-4 for coils.

Travel Health


Where can I find information about pregnancy and travel vaccines and malaria tablets please?


The main thing to remember is generally if there is risk of disease, all inactivated vaccines are considered safer than risking the disease itself - it's the LIVE ones where more considerations need to be made about risk of disease V risk of vaccines (like YFV and MMR and live oral Polio for instance) but even these can sometimes be given if the risk is high enough of disease after discussing with a specialist (like NaTHNaC helpline for instance). 


The resources above will provide some great info and background.


Info about the pregnant traveller can be found in this factsheet on NaTHNaC


The Green book also addresses it Ch6 page 8


The malaria guidelines also have a section on pregnancy and malaria. P54. 


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