PROFESSIONAL standards in the healthcare industry are high. Training and education to achieve the required benchmarks is challenging for industry to achieve and for HC Skills to deliver.
Therefore, compliance, accreditation, assessment and audits are our watchwords.
Delegates who achieve the HC Skills Theatre Access Qualification meet the National Occupational Standard set by Skills for Health, BSE Skills and SEMTA, and, HC Skills meet the standards for course content and assessments set by the UK Government regulators.
Commitment to the highest professional standards means that HC Skills’ courses comply with published standards, and in order to maintain those standards we commit to being formally audited by independent external auditors.
HC Skills regard professional education as a necessity and we promote the principle that an occupational standard is part of every medical professional’s role.
HC Skills’ qualifications verify that delegates taking our professional courses undergo education and training that meet rigorous national standards,
Many delegates have provided feedback regarding our courses as exceeding their expectations. Their testimonials show that they feel confident and reassured that every aspect of our programmes is underpinned by the defining professional standards.
The medical device industry interact directly with frontline staff in hospitals and as a result are bound by the same legal and ethical obligations as those demanded of the hospital staff.
HCS ensures that the highest ethical, legal and health and safety teaching standards are maintained through the delivery of our courses and that they meet or exceed the national standard.
All those who take part in our courses are able to demonstrate alevel of competence that meets all relevant professional requirements.back