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Medication - Administration - Level 2 (Residential, Day Centres and Customers own homes)

Event Code AD 20/1238
Event Description N.B YOU MUST COMPLETE THE E-LEARNING MODULE AND A WORKBOOK WITH ACTIVITIES BEFORE ATTENDING THIS WEBINAR. The pre-work will take approximately 5 hours to complete.

This blended learning is for staff who are responsible for Administering Medication to people living in their own homes, Residential homes and Day centres.

The training is in 3 parts:

Pre-session work:

  • E-learning module
  • Workbook with activities to be completed. (The Workbook can be found attached to the e-learning module.)

  • This Three-Hour online webinar over Skype.

    The training follows the West Sussex County Council Medication Policy.

    This is a new form of training: An interactive Skype session, supported by individual work before the session. You will need access to a laptop or Electronic Notebook to attend the webinar. The webinar session will go through the answers to the workbook and give you an opportunity to ask any questions and consolidate your understanding.

    When you book on to this event, you will be sent:
  • A confirmation email from
  • An Outlook calendar appointment for the interactive webinar.

  • Please open the Outlook calendar appointment called ‘Join Skype Meeting’ which contains the link to the Skype session. Click “Save and close” to add the session to your calendar.
    SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueRoom NameMapInternal LA costPVI/Care Provider costPartnership costExternal cost
    Session 1Tuesday
    24 November 2020
    10:00 - 13:00Online LearningTBA£0£0£0
    Subject areas Day Services / Health Care / Medication
    Target audience
    Care Homes / Health Care / PVI Sector - Adults / WSCC Staff
    target audience
    Course Owner Learning and Development Admin (
    Diane Ellis / Jane Monday
    Training objectives Together, the pre-session work and webinar will provide you with the theory/refresher you need to understand how to administer medication safely. You will need to undertake practical training in your workplace in order to become competent to administer medication without supervision.