Whilst the UK can celebrate securing over 300 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine, we are still facing a nationwide shortage of trained vaccinators.
To help solve the problem, The Health & Safety Group based at the Chiswick Park Campus, are running an essential vaccination and immunisation training service for key health professionals.
Increased Training Capacity Helping to Save Lives
Due to social distancing measures, there has been a shortage of COVID-19 secure training space. So, we are delighted to be able to provide a 6,000sq foot vaccination training area for The Health & Safety Group to use at Chiswick Park. To date, over 500 health professionals have already booked their place. These key workers will gain the skills to administer vaccinations, helping to save more lives.
“Teaming up with Enjoy Work means we have been able to deliver vaccination training to more health professionals, at a greater velocity. This will help bring an end to the pandemic a step closer”.
Valued by Health Professionals
Previous attendees have stated how much they enjoyed the training facilities and felt safe in the knowledge that this course has been accredited by The Royal College of Nursing. Lindsey attended a Vaccination course with The Health and Safety Group earlier this year.
“Chiswick Park campus was an amazing place to be trained, I felt safe throughout the training day and the quality of the course was excellent. I feel ready to join the fight against COVID-19!”
Weekly courses are held for registered health professionals and will continue to run for as long as is needed to support the NHS and the vaccine delivery programme.
“The end of the pandemic is hopefully in sight with the rollout of the vaccine and we are delighted to be able to support one of our Guest Companies involved in making it happen. Our campus is Covid-19 safe and we can therefore offer a socially distanced space for the training to take place. This is a great example of how our Chiswick Park Enjoy-Work community is coming together in the fight against coronavirus.”