What is the main aim of the training within the trust organization?
Within a trust organisation they have mandatory training that staff are required to attend. This training is compulsory for all staff as it is essential for the safe and effective delivery of care to patients within an organisation. One of the purposes of having a local hand hygiene policy is to ensure the requirement of mandatory training is followed by staff, however within this training the NHS are required to meet the Standards for Better Health, NHS resolution risk management standards and the Care Quality Commission Inspection criteria to ensure the appropriate training is being delivered. According to the guidelines from NICE it is suggested that it is the service providers responsibility to ensure that all healthcare workers have the opportunity to be trained effectively in handwashing techniques, it is also the health care workers responsibility to ensure that they, have attended the appropriate training provided to enable them to practise hand hygiene effectively. As a professional, nurses have a responsibility to ensure they keep up to date with current evidence, this includes allowing all nurses to complete revalidation and keeping up to date with mandatory training within the organisation you are working with. As a health professional it is required that you practise with safe and effective skills ensuring that your knowledge and skills and maintained using evidence based research.