Advance Care Training - Helping you become the best
Keep your eyes peeled in the following few months as we update our website to celebrate 10 years of ACT!
What better way to help us mark this special occasion by starting your career in health care?
2nd June 2015 - another date for your diary...
Next Induction for Diplomas and Apprenticeships!
Advance Care Training is now accredited to run the Level 2 Certificate in Safe Handling of Medicines. If you are interested in gaining this knowledge only qualification please get in touch!
There are 4 workbooks to complete, which will be marked and a NCFE accredited certificate on completion.
Additionally, the content of Medicines Awareness has now been accredited by The Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Please Email us for details: email@example.com
The revised standards of the Care Certificate are ready to roll out!
Advance Care Training will be launching a selection of training materials to assist employers in meeting their requirements.
Watch this space!
The scheme applies to staff in England including assistants and support workers in hospitals, care homes, supported living and those who look after people in their own homes. Carers meet 15 standards, 1 of which is health and safety which includes assisting and moving.
Are you interested in this or know someone who is?
Find out more information by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Well done to Elaine Martin who has completed her Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care!
Well done to Corinne Warren who has just completed her Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care!
New start dates for Diploma and Apprenticeship programmes
Call to book your place now!
Next date - 2nd June 2015
Places available - especially for 18 year olds!
We have many vocational qualifications from Health and Social Care Diplomas and Apprenticeships to Team Leading and Management courses. Our news pages are kept up to date with details of induction dates and funding.
If you are 16-18 and interested in working in Health and Social Care call us to discuss apprenticeships