Occupational Health Technician (OHT) Course
Full Occupational Health Technician Course – 4 Days
This course is aimed at those with no formal occupational health specialist qualification, but who contribute to the delivery of occupational health and safety services within an organisation. The programme aims to provide delegates with the knowledge and skills to undertake basic occupational health and safety tasks within a defined field of competence dependent upon their backgrounds.
For a full course breakdown please go to the “Day Breakdown” section below.
Expected Outcomes Of This Course
On completion of the programme, delegates will be competent to undertake a range of activities either as a lone practitioner or as part of the wider multi-disciplinary occupational health team, including basic environmental risk assessments and routine health screening functions.
Training Dates and Times
Location : 6 New Buildings, Hinckley, LE10 1HW
Time : 9:00am – 4:30pm (Break at 12:30pm – 1:00pm)
Please Note : Parking is available at the training location. Lunch will NOT be provided on the day.
Locations and Overnight Stay
The training will take place at BHHC HQ in Hinckley, Leicestershire.
The full address is 6 New Buildings, Hinckley, LE10 1HW.
Due to the length of the course we understand that trainees may require accommodation if they’re not local to the area. Due to our links with our sister company HealthscreenUK we are able to provide accommodation at the local Premier Inn at discounted rates. Prices are subject to availability and time of year, please contact email@example.com or call 01455 234600 (Ask for Emma) to make any required arrangements.
Meduc8ion and HealthscreenUK are running a covid secure, face to face Occupational Health Technician initial training course from (date of start) with participants being able to study up to four full days of training to cover the full OHT role, up to and including, safety critical medicals. This training includes an optional 1 day Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) day where candidates will be able to demonstrate professional expertise.
Learning will follow the approach recommended in the Millers triangle model of learning and attending the OSCE day will enable sign off to professional competence.
Participants have the choice of whether they attend all days sequentially or “Pick and Choose” from the range of subjects on offer. The optional, but highly recommended, OSCE day will occur on Thursdays and/or Fridays subject to safety critical candidate worker availability, with candidates requesting their preferred day at time of booking.
- AM – Industrial audiometry. How to undertake manual industrial audiometry and classify results.
- PM – Dermatological screening and HAVS.
- AM – Industrial Spirometry (with practise observation under Risk Assessment)
- PM – Urinalysis, blood pressure reading, BMI, Alcohol Audit. Epworth sleepiness. History taking, psychometric scoring and functional examination for fitness for role.
- AM – DSE assessment. Drug and Alcohol testing with Grace
- PM – Vision screening. Use of Snellen charts, confrontational visual fields testing and Ishihara plates.
- OSCE day on real-life safety critical worker medicals allowing certification to professional expertise.
Participants have the choice of whether they attend all days sequentially or “Pick and Choose” from the range of subjects on offer. All face-to-face training days will be Mondays with the (optional) patient-facing element arranged on clinic days where the participants will be able to demonstrate expertise using Observed Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) techniques with a minimum of 5 completed assessments.
Learning will follow the approach recommended in the Millers triangle model.
Each face-to-face day will be aimed at delivering the knowledge, competence and performance elements required to develop professional expertise. There will be an optional opportunity to demonstrate the action element on “real life” patients at HSUK’s Hinckley hub.
Candidates who attend all training days including OSCE will be certified as competent upon successful completion of the OHT elements involved in safety critical medical data capture.
Candidates who attend individual training elements will be certified as having attended a training course at a SEQOHS accredited occupational health service provider in the subjects that they actually attend.
BOOK YOUR SPOT
In order to book on for this fantastic course please visit meduc8ion.co.uk/product/occupational-health-technician-training/ and select one of the available dates.
Alternatively, if you’re unable to book online please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01455 245 740 between 9:00am – 4:30pm Mon – Fri and ask for Emma Grogan