Training that's above the essentials

Expert training for healthcare workers

Our clients say it’s the quality of training that sets us apart from our rivals. And with the introduction of our groundbreaking online Care Certificate training, we’re confident we’ll continue to lead the way in educating skilled care assistants and nurses.

It all begins with our induction training: This covers the crucial knowledge we believe every care assistant should possess, with subjects like safeguarding, infection control and emergency first aid. We also promote values essential to any productive workplace like equal opportunities, cooperation and diversity.

We are Care Certificate pioneers

To achieve outstanding care for patients, we’ve now fully adopted the new Care Certificate standard into our training programme. This radical integration of health and social care expertise has only just been introduced by most care providers, yet we are pioneering it already.

That means you can be confident that all of our staff have the skills and knowledge needed to provide compassionate, safe and high quality care and support.

We have also now fully integrated online training in to our training course.

Our training services:

Key facts

  • All our candidates are provided with the minimum requirements to work in the healthcare industry
  • All candidates receive access to our online training portal
  • The training programme incorporates the 15 standards of the Care Certificate
  • We have multiple trainers on site, possessing many years of experience within health and social care
  • Includes all training literature and materials needed

The Care Certificate standards:

This standard informs the carer of their main duties and responsibilities, and who you report to. All workers should know what is expected of them within the role.
Personal development happens throughout your life. At work, it starts with agreeing your aims and objectives and thinking about your strengths and development needs. You then set goals so that you can meet your objectives and make the most of your talent.
All carers have a duty of care to all those receiving care and support in your workplace. This means promoting wellbeing and making sure that people are kept safe from harm, abuse and injury.
Promoting equality and respecting diversity are central to life today. To provide care and support that meets the needs of everyone you have to understand what these terms mean and take account of them in your work.
Whether or not we are aware of it, we all live our everyday lives by a set of values that shape how we think and react. Values are beliefs and ideas about how people should behave which have been formed by our childhoods, families, backgrounds, cultures, religions and relationships. Whilst we each have our own values there are values which are important for working in health and social care.
Good communication develops your knowledge and understanding about individuals and the part played by other workers so that the best care and support possible can be provided. It helps build working relationships where each person’s views are valued and taken into account.
Privacy - Giving someone space where and when they need it Dignity - Focusing on the value of every individual, including: Respecting their views; choices and decisions; Not making assumptions about how they want to be treated; Working with care and compassion; Communicating directly with the individual whenever possible.
What we eat is vital to our health and wellbeing and how we look, feel and function. It is important that people have a diet that is safe to eat and has all the nutrients they need. Food safety is essential when preparing and handling food.
Whilst workers may not be working in a role that directly supports individuals with mental health conditions, dementia or disabilities, it is important to have awareness in any health or social care worker role. This is so that any signs and symptoms that are noticed are passed on to other workers, and that compassion and understanding is shown.
Adult Safeguarding is the way of working and thinking that protects adults with care and support needs from abuse, harm or neglect. Safeguarding balances the right to be safe with the right to make informed choices.
Child protection and safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility: it is not only childcare workers that have a duty to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm.
This standard informs the carer of their main duties and responsibilities, and who you report to. All workers should know what is expected of them within the role.
Legislation relating to general health and safety in health and social care. The main reason for health and safety legislation is to protect people at work and those who are affected by work activities.
Confidentiality is a very important right of individuals who receive care and support. It is part of the relationship of trust that individuals have with healthcare support workers and adult social care workers.
Infection and infectious diseases in humans are caused when harmful germs, known as pathogens (orpathogenic micro-organisms), enter the body and grow. These micro-organisms are so small they can only be seen by using a microscope.

Introducing our online training portal...


Online training portal