The Incontinence Management Micro-Credential Program – for QLD Providers

The Incontinence Management Micro-Credentialing Program aims to enhance prevention and management of incontinence and reduce the risks of adverse events and their associated costs.

This free training offering addresses a critical aspect of elder care and provides a vital professional development opportunity for Registered Nurses and Care Workers in both residential and community care settings in Australia.

Providers will benefit from the program by:

  • Addressing key skills gaps
  • Relieving strain on workforce shortages
  • Increasing employee emotional intelligence and awareness of job requirements for smoother and faster transitioning into the workplace
  • Increasing the providers capacity to provide care and offerings in other areas whilst maintaining good relationships with staff and consumers
  • Increased productivity by reducing care recipient skin issues and the needs to treat
  • Preventing product wastage and cost savings
  • Easy access to training for staff of regional and remote service providers

We’re proud to highlight TENA’s crucial role as subject matter experts for the ACCPA micro-credential courses. Our courses, enriched by insights from TENA, the global leaders in incontinence care, promise unparalleled expertise and quality in continence management education. Find out more about TENA. 

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This Micro-credentialing Program project is proudly supported and funded by the Queensland Government.