Lincolnshire Information and Requirements

Further to our earlier communication regarding the use of Patchwork Platform, for any Worker being proposed for Lincolnshire Vaccination Programme please find below details.

Site – Princess Royal Sports Arena, Boston

Main Contact – Lee Stafford - Chris Scard –

Invoice submission to –

Please ensure you when uploading a workers compliance pack to the system that you include the below.

· CV

· Evidence of Right to Work

· DBS clearance (Enhanced, Children and Adults barred lists) – evidence of this or the update service

· Professional Registration

· Confirmation that all other Workforce Alliance Framework compliance conditions have been met (eg Mandatory Training, OH Check etc)

In addition to the above at Lincolnshire for the Vaccination programme we do require confirmation that the below training has been completed, you will see on the shift that these skills are selected and therefore need to be confirmed on the workers profile before a worker can be proposed.

· Non Specific Training on E-LfH – these can be completed on the ELFH prior to start date and certificates must be emailed to

o An introduction to Anaphylaxis

o Recognising and Managing Anaphylaxis

o COVID19 Module 1 – Safe Handling

o COVID19 Module 2 – Safety in Medicines Administration

o COVID19 Module 3 – Understanding Medicines

· Covid Specific Training on E-LfH and certificates must be emailed to

o 01_006 Vaccine Storage

o 02_006 Vaccine Storage Assessment

o Core knowledge for COVID-19 vaccinators

o Core knowledge for COVID-19 Vaccinators – Assessment

o COVID-19 Mrna Vaccine BNT162b2

o Updated National Training for Astra Zeneca Vaccine

· Supporting COVID modules (not mandated but beneficial)

o Best practice: how to hand wash, step by step

o Best practice: How to hand rub, step by step

o COVID-19 Personal protective equipment (PPE) guidance: updated 17 April 2020

o COVID-19 Donning and doffing of personal protective equipment in Health and Social Care setting – you tube video from Public Health England

o Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) illustrated guide for community and social care settings -guidance from Public Health England

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