Medication Management Awareness e Learning Course


Our online Medication Management content is designed for staff working within a care environment. This content is in line with the National Minimum Standards Requirements and recent CQC guidelines. The content will deliver candidates with an understanding of the legislation involved with the administration of medication, along with being able to follow procedures set for safe administration of medication. Candidates will also gain an understanding of the importance of confidentiality and security in all procedures of drug administration.

The course will cover the following areas:

  • Introduction to medication
  • Storage and dispensing
  • Documentation, confidentiality and record keeping
  • Administration of medication
  • Reducing and eliminating medication errors
  • Accountability and responsibility
  • Legislation and requirements
  • Regulating bodies

e Learning courses are designed to be interactive to help learners stay focused and engaged in the learning they are faced with.

The courses require the learner to perform small actions within the course, revealing further information, or quiz questions to help them reflect upon previous course content they have studied. A CPD certificate can be downloaded on completion.


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Medication Management Awareness e Learning Course

Medication training in health and social care is perfect for those who administer medication. Organisations can be seriously affected by medication errors and they’re not as uncommon as you may think. More than 200 million mistakes are made every year in total. This is why it is so vital for the safety of patients that social care staff are aware of different medications and the types, forms and classifications they possess. The aim of this Erudition e Learning course is to greater increase your knowledge of medication administering and its risks, as well as the relevant laws and legislation.