Level 1 



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The Medication Awareness training can be provided individually or as part of a bespoke package.

Contact us for further information.

Course Objectives

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:


  • Understand the legislation that affects the administration of medicines.

  •  Describe how medication should be stored and recorded.

  • Understand the different types of medication and how they work.

  • Follow protocols and policies when receiving, storing and recording medicines.

  • Describe common adverse reactions to medication.

  • Understand the differences in protocols between various healthcare provisions.

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Course Overview

Target Population:  All staff that may be called upon to administer medication in the course of their duties. 

Course Duration: 3 hours.


​Certification:  Level 1 Award in Medication Awareness.


Assessment: Knowledge assessment via a question paper.

Number of Participants: 16 Maximum

Our Medication

Awareness Training:

  • Is based on the compliance requirements placed on trainers by the Medicines Act, Health & Safety at Work (Etc.)  Act 1974, Access to Health Records Act, The Human Medicines  Regulations, Misuse of Drugs Act and CQC standards.

  • Is based on guidelines produced by the National Institute for Health & Care Excellence (NICE).  

  • Can assist Health & Social Care Diploma candidates with the various elements of their learning.