Diabetes and Insulin Administration Training


Diabetes and Insulin Administration Training – This ½ day course looks at the basic pathophysiology of diabetes and disease management, enabling improved care and understanding for anyone dealing with diabetic patients or service users.

Why is it Important?


Approximately 3.5 million people are diagnosed with diabetes in the UK today. It is estimated a further 500,000 are undiagnosed, meaning the number of people living with diabetes in the UK is over 4 million.

Type 2 diabetes has been growing at a particularly high rate and accounts for the majority of these. It is now one of the world’s most common long-term health conditions.

Having diabetes carries high risk of developing other complications and diseases, significantly impacting the individual’s life, activities and wellbeing.

Early recognition and good management can help delay or prevent this occurring.


Diabetes and Insulin Administration Training Session Outline

  • Common causes – type 1 and type 2
  • Recognition – signs and symptoms
  • Associated anatomy and physiology
  • Treatment – medical and diet / lifestyle
  • Prevention – lifestyle, health and well-being


Healthcare professionals (registered and unregistered) in various settings, including nursing and residential homes, hospitals, outpatient and community settings. It is focused mainly on adult service users however, can be tailored to include younger clientele if needed – please contact us to discuss upon booking.

Teaching Methods

A mix of teaching methods will be used to encourage engagement and ensure adequate understanding and learning – including but not limited to power point presentations, group quizzes, technology facilitated learning. It is an interactive session not a standard lecture.

Facilitated By

Registered nurses with first hand clinical experience

How many can attend Training?

We will run this course for a maximum of 12-15 delegates – however for larger groups we can either provide multiple trainers on the same day or run multiple sessions to get everyone trained.

CPD Accredited

Underpinned by

Disease Area Training

We confidently deliver a comprehensive list of training across multiple disease areas and associated treatments. Our expert facilitators have extensive knowledge working within their specialities and add huge value to attendees looking to further their understanding.

These courses can be delivered face-to-face in a classroom environment or by utilising our Virtual Instructor-Led Training (VILT) platform – perfect for field based staff across all healthcare. Some of our popular courses include:

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What do our customers say...

Even as a carer/manager for 24+ years I have learnt a lot and feel this training will have a positive impact on the people who we support and the staff team

This is an excellent refresher, I feel more confident and able to spread the knowledge to others to prevent pressure ulcers.

I thought I had quite a good understanding and knowledge but I have learnt much more. Very enjoyable session.

Trainer ensured attendees understood questions and encouraged them. Really enjoyed the afternoon, relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Trainers were excellent and full of knowledge. They make you feel comfortable and confident. Very much enjoyed the course. Definitely felt like I learnt a lot.

Great information. Will put learning into practice.

Great information, will put learning into practice.

Brilliant course and well delivered!

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