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Training Officer - Health & Social Care
Routes Healthcare (North) are providers of health, social and child care professionals for clients ranging from public sector bodies, private blue chip organisations, SME’s and private individuals throughout North West England.
We currently have a vacancy for a qualified and accredited health and social care trainer to deliver across the areas of mandatory training, moving and assisting, first aid and administration of medications.
We operate throughout the North West so you must be able and willing to travel to various locations to deliver training and you will be based from one of our branches nearest to you; there will also be the opportunity to work from home as and when necessary. All the support and equipment you need will be provided.
As well as the day-to-day staff training which we need fulfilling, Routes Healthcare are also looking to grow and develop the portfolio of courses currently in situ and build an external training arm of the Company; you will need to be a dynamic individual with drive and vision who is willing to advance this.
Overall we need you to be self-managing and be able to control and monitor your own workload.
This is a full time, permanent position with a competitive salary package available for the right candidate in the region of £18,000-£25,000 which is negotiable depending on experience, 34 days holiday, mileage expenses and the opportunity for personal growth and development as the head of our internal Clinical and Office based training. This is a great opportunity to join a long established and growing healthcare business in the North West of England.
Please apply for this job by sending a CV and cover letter to Andrew Healing, Director of Routes Healthcare via his PA, Emma Darbyshire, email@example.com
Closing Date for Applications – 5pm on Friday 31 August 2012
Stage 1 Interview on Wednesday 12 September – Question and Answer Interview
For those successful after Stage 1, Stage 2 will be held on Wednesday 19 September with a Training Presentation to Managers taking 30 minutes
Interview location will be confirmed to you when invited to interview.
To download the Job Description please click here.
THIS VACANCY HAS NOW CLOSED
The closing date for our Training Officer vacancy at Routes Healthcare is quickly approaching - we are accepting CV applications up until 5pm this Friday 31st August.
Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter.
Full details of the vacancy can be found by clicking here.
We are delighted to announce that Routes Training have now successfully obtained our training centre approval with Qualsafe Awards.
We have met the very high standards required to be a Qualsafe Awards recognised centre, this will enable Routes Training to offer Offqual regulated qualifications. Qualsafe Awards is an Ofqual recognised Awarding Organisation, established by experts in the first aid training industry.
Being recognised by Qualsafe is evidence that we provide our staff with the highest standard of training to ensure our clients receive the highest standard of care.
Listed below are the First Aid courses Routes Training now provide:
- Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid At Work (QCF)
- Level 2 Award in Paediatric Emergency First Aid (QCF)
- Level 2 Award in Paediatric First Aid (QCF)
- Level 2 First Aid at Work Annual Refresher
- Level 3 Award in First Aid at Work (QCF)
To read more about Qualsafe Awards please click here.
Posted by: Abby Hough on January 28th, 2013 @ 12:04 AM
Attending training courses can often seem like a chore and not the best way of utilising your free time and sometimes even your day off!
However if you want to deliver the highest standard of care possible, it’s vital to have up to date training and you never know, you might just enjoy it!
Recently training has been identified as a key factor towards improving the Care Industry and fighting issues such as Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults.
Paul Burstow MP has introduced a new bill to include a new offence of corporate neglect in the Health and Social Care Act 2008.
In this he stated:
‘We need a complete shift in the way care workers are viewed by society by recognising them as professionals. They should be paid and trained as such.’
‘Jobs are usually underpaid and under trained, which means there is a serious lack of skills.’
The Prime Minister has announced the Care Quality Commission will do a ‘root and branch review’ of induction training for care staff. The review is to ensure that nobody can provide unsupervised help without an appropriate level of training. New minimum training standards for care staff will be published within weeks.
At Routes we already recognise the importance of training for all our staff working with Vulnerable Adults.
All our staff attend Mandatory Training on induction and Annual Training to keep up to date with changes in policies, procedures and legislation. There are also a number of courses staff can attend for on-going development.
I think that it’s a really positive step to see new minimum training standards being introduced and this will help to achieve the outcome we all want – To Provide an Excellent Standard of Care!
For further information:
Posted by: Abby Hough on January 29th, 2013 @ 11:40 AM
Based in Blackpool we supply Health and Social Care Professionals throughout Lancashire, there are currently several members of the field team who are studying for their NVQ/QCF Level 2 or Level 3 apprenticeship in health and social care; additionally we also have 3 of the office based team completing a NVQ/QCF Level 3’s in business administration.
Offering jobs and employment to Healthcare Assistants and Support Workers within the homecare, domiciliary care, residential and nursing care sector it is imperative that high quality training underpins the delivery of an excellent service.
As a registered nurse and registered CQC manager I think that good quality appropriate training is therefore invaluable; and working as an apprentice on a work-based training programme designed around the needs of the employer which leads to a nationally recognised qualification.
Here at Routes we are very proud of the career pathway that we can offer to those with a genuine desire to work in healthcare.
With little or no experience in the Health or Social Care sector you can start with our “Route into Care Course”. The course provides individuals with the opportunity to study the theoretical side of Health and social care whilst gaining some practical supervised placements and working within a team of like minded individuals.
Upon completion of this you will have attained the following:
- 9 core units of the level 2 diploma in Health and Social care
- Employability and personal development certificate level 2
- Functional math’s and English at level 1 and you will also complete
- Technical certificates in Health and social care.
WOW and that’s all in 8 weeks!
For further information, advice and guidance please contact Simon Hamer at GP Skills Training Academy, our training partners, who provide the intro to care course and NVQ/QCF diplomas on (07891)886 529.
On completion of the course you will then be invited to complete our in house ‘OfQual’ registered training in manual handling First Aid, medication, health and safety, food hygiene, fire safety and safeguarding training courses to mention just a few; you will also be formally signed up to complete the rest of the level 2 diploma.
One of our field based carers Emma is a great example of how successful you can be. Emma began her career with Routes in August 2011 and signed up for her diploma level 2; she recently applied to uni to study social work and we are delighted to say she has been unconditionally offered a place to start in September.
We also are able to offer many courses that are one day and or distance learning that provide you the carer or support worker with an NCFE qualification including subjects such as: safe handling of medicines, team leadership, end of life care and dementia care.
So if you are passionate about gaining employment in healthcare and want to make it a career choice please give me and my team a call, just click here to access our details.
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