Homecare Training to equip our
Care Workers with the Right Skills
On-going care training ensures that all our care staff
are up-to-date on End of Life Care,
Diabetes Awareness and Dementia Care
Prior to going out to deliver care in the homes of our clients, we ensure that all of our Care Workers are equipped with the right skills, knowledge and experience. New recruits go through our in-house Induction Training, delivered by our sister Company Keyed Up Training Limited.
Upon graduating from the Induction Training, our Care Workers continue to receive regular update training to aid their personal development. All staff have access to the QCF Diploma Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social Care, with the opportunity to complete additional courses in specific topics, such as End of Life Care, Diabetes Awareness and Dementia Care.
However, it doesn’t stop there.
We see the combination of experience and on-going training as the key to our success. You or your loved one’s Care Worker will continue to receive support and training after they have come into your home. With a mixture of on-site spot checks, regular staff appraisals and client feedback surveys, we can ensure that our care delivery remains of the highest standard. With this approach, you can rest assured that the care you or your loved one is receiving is of the highest quality.
How Are Our Homecare Support Workers Different?
At Elite Care Services (UK) Ltd, we provide our Community Care Workers with all the specialist care training they need to deal with the daily challenges of looking after someone in their own home. We recognise that a good skillset and experience are hugely important. But that’s not what makes our Care Workers different to those offered by other home care agencies.
What set’s our team apart is their personalities. We look for people who are friendly, warm and enthusiastic about helping people to live comfortable, independent lives.When conducting our rigorous recruitment process, we look just as much at applicant’s behaviour and attitude, along with how passionate they are about the care they deliver. Our recruits commitment, dedication and passion to deliver the best possible care is far more important to us than experience and qualifications.