Catheter and Stoma Care

This Removing Low-Level Disruption full-day training course is suitable for those working with children and young adults within an education or care setting.


This half day course is ideal for any care or support staff who have personal care responsibilities for users of urinary catheters or stomas. The training includes theory, practical (using an anatomical catheter manikin) and video content. For Qualified Nurses, this course may be used as a follow-on from our Catheterisation course but is equally suited as a standalone course for carers responsible for the after care of catheters.

This Course Covers

  • What is a catheter
  • Types of urinary catheter: Indwelling, Suprapubic, Sheath
  • Catheter care
  • Problem spotting
  • Ostomies: Ileostomy, Colostomy, Jejunostomy, Gastrostomy
  • Stoma care
  • Stoma appliances: One piece and two piece
  • Stoma accessories
  • Diet and stomas

Catheter and Stoma Care

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