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Care Assistant Induction

We make sure you have the knowledge to confidently provide the best possible care for the people we support.

Your induction starts with core courses about delivering nursing home care. The care assistant training is taught via e-learning as well as face-to-face sessions. You will get to know what is expected of you and what good care and support look like.

Once you start work at your service you'll have a full local induction about your location and the person you're supporting. Plus you will get to know your team. In the early weeks and months, you'll carry on learning more of the skills and knowledge you'll need.

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After completing your probation you can study a range of short courses, qualifications, or a full Apprenticeship. The qualification options include

  • Level 2 and Level 3 Health and Social Care related subjects

  • Level 5 Care Management.

Apprenticeships are a great way to develop your skills and capabilities to progress in your career.

> Level 2-5 apprenticeships
> Gain nationally recognised qualifications in a minimum of 12 months
> Learn alongside your job

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Specialist Training

We are proud to have our own Specialist Training team to help you to boost your skills. Your specialist training is tailored to the person you're supporting. You'll have regular training needs reviews to identify the subjects to train in.

Medicines, Epilepsy, Diabetes, PEG feeding, Autism, Dementia, and Mental Health learning pathways