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About Health and Social Care

Health and social care is one of the biggest sector for employment in the united kingdom.There are many roles offered to people as you to join the health and social care sector. However if you want to join the health and social care sector you have to undergo mandatory training, which is a two day course after undergoing the training you can join the health and social care sector. Once you do the mandatory training in health and socail care you can work at the following places,

Your Route to Work 

Mandatory Training 

Work Placement 

Regular Work 

 

 


Register with us for work and training in health and social care

 

  • Already a qualified nurse, care or support worker Click here to register with us
  • Thinking to join the highly rewarding health and social care sector Click here

We recruit for the health and social care sector through our sister concern company, we are providing care workers , support workers and nurses for different nursing, care, residential and domecilary care. 

Starting a Career in Health and Social Care

Manadatory training is required if you wish to work in the health and social care sector as required by CQC ( Care Quality Commision ).

The training is compulsive for all registered nurses, support and assistant carers as well as a start up course for anyone wisihing to join the health and social care sector.

Candidates joining the course will have the understanding of the safe principals of moving and handling, thier legal obligations to carry out safe moving and handling, knowledege of and skills to use the appropriate equipment.

So you have decided to start your career in the highly rewarding career of health and social care you need to start up with the mandatory training courses whaich are listed below:

  • Health and Safety
  • Risk Assesment
  • Moving and Handling
  • First Aid Awarness
  • Medication Administration
  • COSHH
  • Infection Control
  • Hand Hygiene
  • Fire Training
  • Nutrition and Diet training
  • Food Hygiene Training 
  • SOVA
  • Dying Death and Bereavement
  • Managing voilence and agression

All the above courses are being offered at very competative price of 150 GBP for all the above mentioned courses. To contact and click here

Why do training with us

Because once you do the two day training with our company we shall give you your certificate. With that certificate you can work with any agency for employment in health and social care. You can also enroll with us and start working with us. There are a few agencies which might offer mandatory training for free as well, whats the catch, the catch is they will not give you the certificate meaning by that you can only work as a temporary worker for that particular company, whereas with us you shall recieve your mandatory training certificate and you can go and work with any company.  

How much do we pay

The rate of pay will generally depend upon your individual competency and experience, however you shall start with the national minimum wages. If you are intrested in training and post training enrollment for work please click here and select mandatory training courses one of our consultant shall get back to you.

Who requires Mandatory Training

The mandatory training is compulsive for all registered nurses, support and assistant carers, as well as a start up course for anyone intrested in the health sector.

Candidates will have an understanding of the safe principles of moving and handling to carry out safe moving and handling, knowledge of and skills to use the appropriate equipment.  

Venues for Health and Social Care training in London

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