Courier – ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Courier.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

OOH Dispatch Assistant – ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the OOH Dispatch Assistant.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Lab & Distribution Assistant – ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Lab & Distribution Assistant.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Post Session Coordinator ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Post Session Coordinator.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Veterinary Customer Advisor – ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Veterinary Customer Advisor.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Donor Assistant – ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as a Donor Assistant. It is separated into sections based on the policy review documents the questions relate to. It is probably best to work through the lessons in bite-size sessions as the course will record your progress and allow you to log in and out.

Any questions/tasks need to be passed in order to move on to the next. All the SOPs are available on NEXUS for you to consult.

Please ensure that you are referring to the SOPs regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing any hard copies for personal use.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

The course needs to be completed on a PC or laptop and the screen size may need adjusting for the drag and drop exercises to ensure all words and spaces are visible so they can be completed.

The Login to access the PBB controlled documents is:

Username: pbb.locum@petbloodbankuk.org

Password: Wednesday@18

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes!

Helen & Jo

Vet Nurse ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as a veterinary nurse. It is separated into sections based on the policy review documents the questions relate to. It is probably best to work through the lessons in bite-size sessions as the course will record your progress and allow you to log in and out.

Any questions/tasks need to be passed in order to move on to the next. All the SOPs are available on NEXUS for you to consult.

Please ensure that you are referring to the SOPs regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing any hard copies for personal use.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

The course needs to be completed on a PC or laptop and the screen size may need adjusting for the drag and drop exercises to ensure all words and spaces are visible so they can be completed.

The Login to access the PBB controlled documents is:

Username: pbb.locum@petbloodbankuk.org

Password: Wednesday@18

RCVS Mandatory CPD Check
This is also a good time to check your mandatory RCVS CPD compliance. For a veterinary surgeon this is a total of 35 hours per calendar year and for veterinary nurses 15 hours each year. PBB requests all staff CPD records at the end of March each year. If you feel you will be unable to fulfil the minimum requirements and would like some help please contact the Training Department so we can arrange whatever support we can to assist you.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes!

Helen & Jo

Veterinary Manager ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Veterinary Manager.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Processor (Snr) ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as a processor. It is separated into sections based on the policy review documents the questions relate to. It is probably best to work through the lessons in bite-size sessions as the course will record your progress and allow you to log in and out.

Any questions/tasks need to be passed in order to move on to the next. All the SOPs are available on NEXUS for you to consult.

Please ensure that you are referring to the SOPs regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing any hard copies for personal use.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

The course needs to be completed on a PC or laptop and the screen size may need adjusting for the drag and drop exercises to ensure all words and spaces are visible so they can be completed.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes!

Helen & Jo

SOP.QUA.02.05 Transfusion Reaction Procedure

strong>The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.QUA.02.05

The purpose of SOP.QUA.02.05  is to explain the process used to investigate potential transfusion reactions to ensure product quality is maintained at the highest standard.

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBB staff who have been trained in this procedure

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms referred to in the SOP are stored on our secure document site and should be referenced whilst completing this course.

SOP.SIS.04.05 – Temperature Monitoring of Critical Storage Equipment and Areas

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.SIS.04.05

The purpose of SOP.SIS.04.05 is to explain our process for ensuring that key refrigerators and freezers are monitored to ensure safe product storage.

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out unsupervised by PBB staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • No equipment may be put to routine use until Pet Blood Bank Equipment Procedure MPD/EQU/01 has been followed.

Please Note: Any associated documents or forms referred to in this course are stored on our secure document site and will either be covered in a stand alone course or can be accessed on request.

Veterinary Surgeon ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as a veterinary surgeon. It is separated into sections based on the policy review documents the questions relate to. It is probably best to work through the lessons in bite-size sessions as the course will record your progress and allow you to log in and out.

Any questions/tasks need to be passed in order to move on to the next. All the SOPs are available on NEXUS for you to consult.

Please ensure that you are referring to the SOPs regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing any hard copies for personal use.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

The course needs to be completed on a PC or laptop and the screen size may need adjusting for the drag and drop exercises to ensure all words and spaces are visible so they can be completed.

The Login to access the PBB controlled documents is:

Username: pbb.locum@petbloodbankuk.org

Password: Wednesday@18

RCVS Mandatory CPD Check
This is also a good time to check your mandatory RCVS CPD compliance. For a veterinary surgeon this is a total of 35 hours per calendar year and for veterinary nurses 15 hours each year. PBB requests all staff CPD records at the end of March each year. If you feel you will be unable to fulfil the minimum requirements and would like some help please contact the Training Department so we can arrange whatever support we can to assist you.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes!

Helen & Jo

SOP.QUA.07.01 Controlled Document Procedure

The following course will cover Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) SOP.QUA.07.01

The purpose of SOP.QUA.07.01 is to train you with regards to:

  • Our process for the creation and review of controlled documents

Restrictions for this SOP:

  • May only be carried out by PBBUK staff who have been trained in this procedure
  • Department Heads must oversee controlled document production

Please Note: Please ensure you access and review any associated Information documents or forms referenced in this SOP on Nexus as part of your training.

Donor Supervisor ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Donor Supervisor.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Host Venue Coordinator ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Host Venue Coordinator.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Session Administrator ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Session Administrator.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Quality Administrator ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role as the Quality Administrator.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Marketing Manager & Assistant ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the SOPs that form the annual review for your role in the Marketing Team.

Please ensure that you are referring to our SOPs on NEXUS regularly to ensure you are not deviating from protocol and also to be guided to the correct associated documents and forms to perform a task. Ensure you are using the most current versions of all documentation by always going direct to Nexus and not printing and using any hard copies.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,
Helen & Jo

Finance Manager & Assistant ATR 2021

Welcome to your 2021 ATR

The ATR is conducted to ensure all staff review their working practices at least once each year. Not only is this a requirement to maintain our Veterinary Medicines Directorate (VMD) issued blood banking license, but it also ensures you maintain your knowledge and understanding of our current processes and provides an opportunity for you to identify areas you may need additional training in.

The following course covers all the annual training that required for the Finance Team.

The period for you to complete your ATR closes Tuesday 30th November at midnight, after which the Training Department will print and store your certificate.

Once you have completed your ATR, if you would like further training in any area please contact the Training Department 😊

Best wishes,

Helen & Jo

Webinar: Novel Plasma Use for CRGV: Therapeutic Plasma Exchange

Transfusion Medicine CPD.

We are very fortunate to be supported by some amazing veterinary specialists and veterinary nurses that give willingly their time, knowledge and experience so that we can continue to support you, whilst you treat and nurse the nation’s pets.

Thank you Tom for a very interesting and informative presentation on this novel plasma use for a condition we have yet to learn so much about.

 

To receive a certificate for this course to enable you to claim 1 hour of CPD please email CPD@petbloodbankuk.org