​accredited & approved ​Tissue Viability Courses

Our online Tissue Viability Courses are aimed at clinical staff such as nurses and healthcare assistants working within a clinical setting. Tissue Viability refers to specific types of treatment for pressure sores , skin ulcers and other wounds that break the skin.

Pressure ulcers, also called “bed sores” and referred to medically as decubitus ulcers, are wounds that commonly develop at pressure points on the body when the weight of an immobilised individual rests continuously on a hard surface such as a mattress or wheel chair. Uninterrupted pressure is the cause of pressure sores and relieving pressure is the mainstay of wound care.

Other wounds that may benefit from specialised wound care techniques are diabetic foot ulcers, traumatic ulcers caused by injury, arterial and vein ulcers caused by lack of circulation, and burns.  Enhance your CPD portfolio with one of our easy to access online tissue viability courses today.

Introduction to Tissue Viability Training
pressure ulcer prevention

Pressure Ulcer Prevention Training (Acute & Community)

Duration: 1-2 hours

​​​The pressure ulcer prevention training (acute and community) module is intended for staff working in a clinical/hospital setting, and particularly nurses/doctors who are in day-to-day contact with their service users.

Approved by CPD


tissue viability courses for nurses

Tissue Viability Course Bundle

Duration: 7-8 hours

The Tissue Viability Courses for Nurses is a 7 course bundle that will give you an understanding of the differences between acute and chronic wounds and changes within the wound healing process.

You will explore what wounds become chronic and why. Using the wound healing continuum you will learn about specific tissue types involved and the management of chronic wounds and the equipments that are involved.

Approved by CPD


Introduction to Tissue Viability Training

Tissue Viability ​– An Introduction

Duration: 1 hour

The introduction to tissue viability training is aimed at staff currently working within the health care sector. Care practitioners and healthcare assistants will benefit from having knowledge of wound assessment, wound healing and wound management.

This includes understanding of causes, stages, treatment and risk factors associated with a service user with a wound.

Approved by CPD


wound assessment and treatment course

tissue viability - Wound Assessment and Treatment

Duration: 1 hour

Wound Assessment and Treatment is an online wound management course ​designed to help you understand the treatments for pressure ulcers, the types of support surfaces, how to assess pressure ulcers, venous and arterial ulcers and the role of nutrition in wound healing.  It's part of our tissue viability training.

This course has been developed using the latest guidance from the medical and nursing Royal Colleges, the Department of Health, and the National Institute of Health & Clinical Excellence (NICE).

Approved by CPD


wound bed preparation

tissue viability - Wound Bed Preparation

Duration: ​1 hour

This online course focuses on wound bed preparation and is aimed at staff currently working within the health care sector.  

It will help you understand how to prepare the wound bed, how to assess wounds, the specific issues about fungating wounds and the key elements of the NICE Clinical Guidance.

Approved by CPD


wound dressing course

tissue viability -Wound Dressings and Pressure Relieving Equipment

Duration: 1 hour

This​ wound dressing course covers Wound Dressings and Pressure Relieving Equipment and is aimed at nurses and care staff currently working within the health care sector.

You will learn the role of support surfaces and mattresses, how to assess pressure ulcers, how to mobilise and re-position patients.  Finally, you'll discover the role of surgical interventions and the various types of dressings and medications for treating wounds.

Approved by CPD


types of wounds

tissue viability - Wound Types

Duration: 1 hour

This online wound care training explores the different wound types in wound care management. It is aimed at staff currently working within the health care sector.

You will learn the factors that affect wound healing, the types of wounds, wound classifications, specific surgical wounds and pressure ulcers. 

Approved by CPD