National Training Provider Offers New Ways to Discover a Career in Health and Social CarePosted: 31st of July 2014 by Chris Rose
The new courses - which include Challenging Behaviour Awareness, Dementia Awareness, Diabetes Awareness, Stress Awareness, Observational Skills for Carers, Infection Control, Loss and Bereavement and End of Life Care - educate learners on how to respond to different situations that arise when working with elderly and vulnerable individuals in a care environment.
Staff aged 16 and over requiring maths and English training can also study for Level 1 and Level 2 Functional Skills courses in these subjects with Connect 2 Care.
“Gaining new qualifications can be a real confidence booster and investing in improving the skills and knowledge of your workforce is investing in their future. Our new range of short courses help those working in the health and social care sector to gain specialist skills which also ensures businesses are meeting statutory requirements,” says Sara Goldie, Operations Director of Connect 2 Care.
“From administration, housekeeping and catering, to supervision and management, our trainers have all worked in the industry and know exactly what makes a successful staff member. Using their practical knowledge and experience in the health and care field, our trainers are best placed to guide and develop the expertise of staff on any Connect 2 Care training programme”.
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