Nvq Level 2 229
| Sampled By IV| | Initials| | | Dated| | | Questioning Record | Issue No:| 1| | | Issue Date: | 01/02/11| | | Page | 1| of| 2| | | Approved By:| N Parr| | | Ref| I12-1| Candidate Name:| Niccola Taylor| Date of Activity | | Award Title / Level | Level 2| Evidence Ref No: | | Targeted Unit(s) | 4222-229| | | Questioning to support standards: | YES| | Unit | *Learning Outcome and Criteria | Questions to be asked | 229| 1. 2| Where are the pressure sites on the body? | | 1. | What factors might put the skin at risk of breakdown? | | 1.
4| How can incorrect moving and handling techniques cause damage to the skin? | | 1. 5 | What interventions can reduce the risk of skin breakdown and pressure sores? | | 1. 6 | What changes to an individual’s skin condition must be reported? | Responses to Questions Asked | | Unit/Learning Outcome and Criteria| 1. 2 Pressure sites usually occur on bony areas of the body, such as the tailbone, back, buttocks, backOf the head, elbows, heels, hips, and shoulders. 1. If they have been sitting/lying down in the same position for too long and haven’t had pressure relief, having dry skin and poor diet can also put the skin at risk of breakdown. 1. 4 Incorrect moving and handling techniques can course skin to tear or bruise. 1. 5 Make sure there not in the same position for too, long make sure they have regular pressure relief , when there sitting/lying down make sure it’s on pressure cushion or matters. 1. 6 Dry, cracked, redness, bruising or any colour change. | | | Name| Initials| Signature| Date | Candidate: | | | | | Assessor: | | | | | Witness:| | | | |