We have delivered first class health and social care training in Wrexham

ProCare Training Cymru have spent two days in Wrexham this week teaching health and social care courses to care homes in the area.




ProCare Training Cymru are here to provide first class health and social care training all over Wales. We are an award-winning company and work under the umbrella of ProCare Nursing, we have over 20 years’ experience delivering services to the health and social care sector.

We taught a range of health and social care courses in Wrexham, here are a range of courses that we teach.

All Wales Manual Handling Passport


Autism Awareness


Breakaway Techniques


Challenging Behaviour


Child Protection


Communication & Record Keeping


Diabetes Awareness


DOLS/Mental Capacity Act


Falls Awareness


First Aid


Food Safety


Health & Safety


Incontinence, catheter and stoma care


Medication management


Oral Hygiene


Prevention & Management of Violence and Aggression


Safe Use of Bed Rails


Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults


Stroke Awareness


Bite-size Refresher Courses


ProCare Training Cymru have training officers that have years of experience teaching in the health and social care sector. Our Learning and Development Manager John Williams has over 20 years’ experience teaching in the health and social care sector.




We also have training officer Paul Holms who has over 10 years’ experience teaching as a health and social care trainer.




We ensure that we deliver training to care homes and care companies to the highest standard. Wherever they are based in Wales we are fully equipped to deliver health and social care courses onsite at your location, we have all of the equipment from projectors and course material that will ensure that all of your care workers receive quality health and social care training.

Our training leads to award winning carers

ProCare Training Cymru is an arm of ProCare Nursing. We have delivered training to our own carers and they have gone on to win care awards. Pictured furthest right we have Sara Wells one of our senior carers. Sara walked away with the award for “Excellence in Dementia Care” at the Wales Care Awards in 2017. Here is Sara pictured with her award furthest right.




The health and social care training we deliver is thorough and to the highest standard, therefore we are picking up awards at events such as the Wales Care Awards.

The most important thing to remember is we deliver quality training so that service users are cared for that helps sustain their quality of life. The service user is at the heart of everything we do here at ProCare Training Cymru, we aim to equip carers with the skills needed to deliver high quality care by delivering quality training.

We quality control all of our courses and ensure all of the latest material being taught is the most up-to-date and in touch with the health and social care sector. All of our trainers update their CPD annually. This ensures all of our trainers are fully compliant with current regulations.

ProCare Training Cymru ensure all the boxes are ticked when it comes to health and social care training, from fully regulated trainers and course material taught by training officers who have years of experience.

Contact us

If you have any health and social care training needs get in touch, we are happy to discuss any requirements with you, if you are based in South, West, Mid or North Wales it doesn’t matter we are here to service all of your training requirements. Our contact details are displayed below.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

Work with a health and social training company that can teach all aspects of health and social care

Are you a care company based in Wales and have health and social training requirements? Well look no further ProCare Training Cymru can help deliver all your training requirements. In the health and social care sector we have found that many companies who offer care are just not supported by their current training provider.




What do we mean by not supported? The answer is this, training companies do not have the broad and wide portfolio to train care companies on a wide variety of health and social care topics.

Just the other day we received an enquiry where the care company was receiving first aid training, but the provider were unable to teach other health and social care topics such as Medication Management or Dementia care. It is all very good for companies to setup and offer first aid training only, but can they teach the broad spectrum of health and social care topics.

We have training officers who have years of experience delivering health and social care training. All of our training officers are fully regulated and annually update their CPD this ensures all facilitator are fully compliant with regulations.

When you work with ProCare Training Cymru you are in good hands. We have fully regulated trainers that can teach courses on a wide range of health and social care topics, here are the courses we can deliver.

All Wales Manual Handling Passport


Autism Awareness


Breakaway Techniques


Challenging Behaviour


Child Protection


Communication & Record Keeping


Diabetes Awareness


DOLS/Mental Capacity Act


Falls Awareness


First Aid


Food Safety


Health & Safety


Incontinence, catheter and stoma care


Medication management


Oral Hygiene


Prevention & Management of Violence and Aggression


Safe Use of Bed Rails


Safeguarding of Vulnerable Adults


Stroke Awareness


Bite-size Refresher Courses


We quality control our health and social care training

All our courses are quality controlled, we ensure we regularly review courses and observe the teaching to ensure all courses are delivered and taught to the highest standards. The service user it at the heart of everything we do here at ProCare Training Cymru.

We understand just how important it is to teach care skills to carers because ultimately it is the service users quality of life that is paramount, every service user has the right to quality of life and only fully equipped carers are able to help sustain their quality of life.

We can deliver training onsite or offsite

It doesn’t matter where you are based in Wales or the South West we can train you onsite. We also have our own internal training department where carers can come to our centre to be trained all the latest health and social care training.

We have invested heavily in our internal training department, this ensures the training we deliver is to the highest standard, here are a range of photos of health and social care courses being taught from our internal training department.






Contact us

If you have any training requirements or queries with regards to any of our health and social care courses get in touch. We are happy to discuss your training needs and what health and social care training you require in order for you to deliver high quality care within your own organisation. Our contact details are below.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

ProCare Training Cymru to hold open course on the Prevention and Management of violence and aggression in the workplace

On the 25th and 26th of February 2020 ProCare Training Cymru are running an open course on Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression.

This course is ideal for companies who employ people who are in direct contact with potentially aggressive people, and environments where people can become violent.

Our PMVA course enables participants to understand, monitor and manage verbal and physical aggression in the workplace. The course consists of a half day theory session, the remainder of the time will be spent on learning practical breakaway and restraint techniques.

This course is taking place in February for the reduced price of £84 per person. Our PMVA course will equip workers on how to handle volatile situations in the workplace. Here are a range of photos of training officers delivering our PMVA course.




Our PMVA course is accredited with the GSA, all course participants receive a certificate on completion of the course. ProCare Training Cymru are part of an award-winning organisation based in Cardiff. All our expert facilitators have recognised and accredited training qualifications and experience within the healthcare sector.

As part of our quality control all our facilitators update their CPD annually or when needed to ensure they are up-to-date and fully compliant with current regulations.

We have won awards at the Wales Care Awards. These awards compliment our training facilities at ProCare Training Cymru, we train people to the highest level to the point they are being rewarded for their care in the workplace.




If you would like to discuss all of your training needs get in touch. We have a dedicated Group Learning and Development Training manager John Williams here to ensure all of your training needs are met.




John brings with him a wealth of experience in Prevention and Management of Violence and Aggression training. John has over 20 years’ experience in the training field. He has a wealth of qualifications ranging from a Degree in Psychology, a Btec Level 4 in Muscular and Skeletal Disorder to being a fully qualified First Aid trainer.

Contact Us

We pride ourselves on providing quality training at cost effective prices and would be happy to discuss your Prevention & Management of Violence & Aggression training needs.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

Happy New Year to all of our workers and clients

Happy New Year to all of you from all of us here at ProCare Nursing. We hope you have had a great Christmas and are getting back into the swing of things.

ProCare Nursing are looking forward to 2020, we had a strong finish to 2019 employing more health care workers enabling us to service more of the care units we deliver care to. We are continuing our recruitment drive and in 2020, we are looking to employ more experienced health care workers both for our domiciliary department and agency department.

We are also recruiting registered nurses for the Aneurin Bevan NHS and Cardiff and Vale Trust. If you are a registered nurse and are looking to relocate to the Cardiff or South Wales area we can help, we have contracts in place with the NHS and have flexible rotas available that can suit around your personal circumstance.




In 2020 we will continue to develop our in-house training department. For a number of years, we have invested in quality training officers and continually developed our training schedule, this allows us to offer training to the highest standards to our health care workers and registered nurses.

We have always said it, the service user is at the heart of everything we do here at ProCare Nursing, we regularly train our care workers and registered nurses ensuring the service users receive the highest standard of care, in their houses, private units or within the NHS.

Here are a range of photos of our training officers delivering health and social care training from our in-house training department.






Because we train our registered nurses and health care workers in-house mean we can quality control training. Training that is quality controlled means all of our carers receive quality training, this then translates out into the field of care and to the service user.

ProCare Nursing is an award-winning health and social care agency. Pictured below furthest right we have one of our senior care support workers Sara Wells with her award for “Excellence in Dementia Care”, Sara picked this award up at the Wales Care Awards in 2017.




This is clear evidence that shows our health and social care training strategy works. Personally reviewing our carers and carrying out regular training from our internal training department translates to excellent care being delivered in the field, the award Sara won clearly highlights this.

Contact us

If you have any care requirements or are looking for a career in health and social care get in touch. We are here to support all of our care workers from regular training and development reviews. Get in touch using our contact details displayed below.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

Our nursing positions offer flexible shifts and rotas

We have nurse positions available that can offer flexible rotas and shifts to fit around your personal circumstances. ProCare Nursing is a health and social care agency that has been recruiting nurses for the past 20 years, we are here to support all of our registered nurses. Our agency carries out regular personal development reviews and training ensuring all of our nurses are fully equipped to deliver high-quality care.

We have nursing shifts available from 8-hour shift nursing jobs to 9am to 5pm nursing jobs, with flexible rotas available. If you have children and need to build in time for childcare we can help, whatever your personal circumstance we are an agency that can accommodate nursing rotas to suit.

We have invested in a Nurse Manager, Sarah Evans. Sarah is responsible for ensuring that all of our registered nurses are fully supported especially with revalidation with “The Nursing and Midwifery Council”.




We understand how important it is for registered nurses to receive regular training, it is important for nurses to have time to complete training, that’s where Sarah comes in to ensure that all of our nurses have that time to carry out regular training.

We have our own internal training department

For a number of years, ProCare Nursing has been investing in our own health and social care training department. We carry out all training in-house to ensure the quality of the training carried out is taught to the highest standard. Quality controlling training is very important, this ensures that our registered nurses are trained thoroughly which translates to excellent care being delivered to service users.

We have award-winning carers

Because we have our own internal training department this means only quality health and social care is delivered to our carers, whether that be senior care support workers or registered nurses we ensure all are fully trained and equipped to carry out first-class care.

We have gained awards because our carers are all fully trained. Sara Wells pictured below furthest right received the “Excellence in Dementia Care Award” at the Wales Care Awards in 2017.




This award shows that we care about the personal development of all of our carers, from health care support workers to our registered nurses, we ensure you are fully supported so that you are equipped to deliver quality care in the field.

Here are a range of photos of health and safety training being carried out from our internal training department.






We have training officers who have years of experience delivering training to carers. We invest in experienced trainers as it ensures that only the best training is delivered to carers and our registered nurses. The better the training the better care is delivered out in the care sector.

Contact us to enquire about our flexible nursing shifts

We supply registered nurses to nursing homes and the NHS. If you have any queries contact us we are happy to help, we ensure that when you work for our nursing agency you are fully supported from start to finish.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

Will a Brexit deal finally happen and attentions turn back to the health and social care crisis in the UK

It’s been a busy week as far as the country is concerned. With the general election finally over and with the conservatives winning a majority, it seems likely that a Brexit deal good or bad, however which way you look at it is likely to be reached in the not too distant future.




Since June of this year, we have been posting on our blog about how Brexit could be harming the health and social care sector, with everything at a deadlock in parliament it meant less time to debate on the vital issues that surround the crisis inside our health and social care services, further harming the sector.

If a Brexit deal can be reached this means we can now finally start to look at improving the crisis inside our social care system. In June 2019 we pointed out to our readers that by 2034 there would be a need for a further 20,000 carers in Wales by 2030, this is going to add further strain on the health and social care sector unless solutions to carer shortages are found.

It is also a fact that by 2034 there will be an extra 100,000 people living into their eighties, which again is going to provide further strain on the care system, from people needing more care especially more specific care. Earlier this month we posted about dementia care patients, and how they are going to increase in the future, these types of illness are only going to demand more from our health and social care services, so it is important that solutions are found now to help manage these increases in the future.

ProCare Nursing offer affordable care packages

Yes, there is a lot going on in our country when it comes to health and social care, but if you need private care for a loved one or for family members then get in touch we can help. We are a health and social care agency that has over 20 years’ experience delivering care to service users in their homes, care homes, secure units and within the NHS.

We have award-winning carers and have won prestigious awards at the Wales Care Awards. Pictured furthest right we have one of our most senior care support workers who received the award for “Excellence in Dementia Care” in 2017.




We train all of our carers internally with all of the latest health and social care training. We ensure all of our carers get the personal development reviews and support they need; this only equips our carers to deliver the very best care to service users. Here are a few photos taken of course participants learning all of the latest health and social care material.






Contact us we are here to support you with all of your care needs

Get in touch if you have any care requirements we can help. We have all of the facilities and carers with years of experience to ensure that your care requirements are met to the highest standards. Our contact details are displayed below.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

We are a nursing recruitment agency and provide nurse Jobs in Wales

ProCare Nursing has been recruiting registered nurses for the past 20 years. We were established in 1997 and have provided registered nurses to public sector organisations like the NHS for many years.

If you are a registered nurse and are looking for a nursing job in Wales then we can help. We are currently recruiting nurses into the Aneurin Bevan NHS and Cardiff and Vale Trust. When you join ProCare Nursing you will be supported by our Nurse Manager Sarah Evans pictured below.




We are passionate about making sure our registered nurses receive regular training and personal development reviews, we are also passionate about helping our registered nurses re-validate with the NMC.

We feel it is important that nurses are given the time they need to complete training. Nurses should not have to run around under pressure stressed out, they should be given the time to complete training and we make sure that nurses get that time.

Benefits of working with ProCare Nursing

Here are a number of benefits nurses receive when working for ProCare Nursing.

• Pay rate between £18.80 and £36.96 Per Hour

• Refer a friend scheme

• Free uniform for our Registered Nurses

• Registered nurse available 24-hour on-call

• Help and support with re-validation with the NMC

• Clinical supervision from a Registered Nurse

• Professional Development Plan System

• Regular Personal Development Reviews for all our Registered Nurses

• Regular training and update training available for all of our Registered Nurses

• Academic and educational pathway development programs

• Fortnightly pay for all of our Registered Nurses


We have our own nursing training department

For a number of years, we have developed our internal training department. This means we can deliver quality training to registered nurses. Having an internal training department means we can help nurses get the training hours they need to help them re-validate with the NMC. Here are photos of our training officers delivering training.




We have all of the facilities to help you become better nurses, all of the personal development reviews and training that will help you stay in touch with everything happening in the nursing sector. Most importantly we equip our registered nurses to deliver quality care to service users, and that is what ProCare Nursing is all about putting the service user at the heart of everything we do, so they can live dignified lives and a better quality of life.

Apply with ProCare Nursing

If you are a registered nurse and would like to apply for a nursing job for ProCare Nursing then get in touch we want to hear from you. Our contact details are displayed below, our Nurse Manager Sarah Evans will be happy to speak with you.

Tel: 029 2025 0611

If you have your CV handy you can also email that to us also and we will get in touch.

Email: info@procarenursing.co.uk

If you wish to apply through our nursing online application form follow the link shown below:

http://www.procarenursing.co.uk/nurse-application-form/

Dementia care costs to increase as people living with dementia will rise by 2040

We have recently read a study carried out by the London School of Economics and Political Science. The study looked at dementia and how the study predicts that people being diagnosed with dementia is going to increase if not double by the year 2040.




This means people with dementia will rise to a whopping 1.6 million people by 2040. With dementia patients on the rise that also means costs of care are going to rise, it is predicted that dementia care costs alone will rise to an eye watering £45.5bn, that is a considerable rise considering right now the dementia care bill which includes costs from the NHS is currently £15.7bn.

This study was commissioned by Jeremy Hughes chief executive of the Alzheimer’s Society.



Jeremy goes on to say:

“Dementia is an awful condition that can be very hard for families. It is not right that people who suffer with dementia have to fight to cover the costs of care as well as battling the disease.”

“Families are finding it hard to cope, they have to work extra hours to pay for care for loved ones who suffer with dementia, it is also unfair for people having to sell their homes in order to pay for dementia care. Families and loved ones affected by dementia are already pushed to the limit, and as costs are predicted to rise how will families cope in the future?”

“The cost of dementia care should not be laid at the feet of one individual, but should be spread out between us all, just like schools, the NHS and other public sector services.”

ProCare Nursing are here to help now and in the future

We are a health and social care agency with huge experience. ProCare Nursing have been delivering quality care in our local communities to people with dementia for over 20 years.




We have award winning care workers that focus on delivering care for those with dementia. Take for instance Sara Wells. Sara is one of our senior care support workers and in 2017 she walked away with a top award at the Wales Care Awards.




Sara won the “Excellence in Dementia Care Award”, here is Sara pictured furthest right with her award and certificate.




We have carers who have been working in the care sector for many years such as Sara, we know how to deliver quality dementia care and ensure that this care is carried out so that the service user can live the best quality of life possible.

Contact us

If you require dementia care for a loved one or need any advice we are here to help. Call us to enquire about our cost affective care packages, we promise your loved ones are in safe hands being care for by carers who have years of experience caring for vulnerable people.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

Are you a nurse nurse looking to work in the Aneurin Bevan Cardiff and Vale NHS

If you’re a nurse and looking to relocate to the Cardiff and South Wales area, we can help. We are recruiting the following nurses at our health and social care agency:

1) Registered Nurses (RGN Nurses)

2) Registered Mental Health Nurses (RMN Nurses)

3) Registered Learning Disability Nurses (RNLD Nurses)


We have been supplying qualified nurses to the NHS for many years, we are currently supplying NHS units RGN Nurses who have a diploma or degree in adult care, childcare, and learning difficulties.

We also supply the NHS with RMN Nurses who have specialist training in Mental Health, we also supply RNLD Nurses to the NHS who have specialist training and qualifications based in learning disabilities.

ProCare Nursing have many contracts with private sector health care companies as well as public sector organisations, if you decide to relocate to the South Wales area, we can provide nursing positions in these sectors.

We have a dedicated nurse manager

In order to ensure all qualified nurses are looked after we have employed a full-time nurse manager, our nurse manager Sarah is pictured below.




Sarah is here to support nurses with their personal development, carrying out personal development reviews and ensuring nurses receive new training material when available. Sarah will also help nurses re-validate with the NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council), Sarah goes on to say.

“I am looking forward to supporting our registered nurses from re-validation with the NMC, to personal development and helping our nurses with any new training and support. Not only will we be supporting nurses with new training but also ensuring that our qualified nurses have the time away from the field to carry out that training, this will only improve the standard of care being delivered by our health and social care agency.”

We are a bright and vibrant health and social care agency that has a lot of energy, and have been delivering high standards of care for over 20 years. If you decide to relocate with our agency in South Wales you will be making a good choice, as we care about our nurses, their personal development, and training that can only lead you to higher standards as well as our agency achieving higher standards of care delivered to our service user’s.

Contact us

If you’re a nurse and looking to relocate to the South Wales area, we can help. We are a health and social care agency that has over 20 years’ experience nursing for service user’s, we care about the personal development of our nurses and support them with new training material ensuring you get the time to carry out that training. Contact us if you’re looking to relocate our contact details are below.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

BBC article reports that half of women will be carers 10 years earlier than men

It was reported by the BBC that women can take on caring responsibilities for older, sick and disabled people ten years earlier than men. Sheffield and Birmingham university have discovered half of women will be in a caring role by the age of 46, however it was revealed that men would take up caring roles by the time they are 57.

The report is not talking about people becoming paid carers but unpaid carers. In the report it stated that two-thirds of adults will become unpaid carers during their life time. This means a loved one may become a carer for their older relatives, for example a son looking after his older dad.

The charity Carers UK has said that adults who are caring for loved ones will need paid leave in order to care for loved ones.




Carers UK have said that workers will need between five to ten days of paid care leave in order to care for loved ones. Carers UK charity un-earthed some interesting statistics, these are:

* 65% of adults had provided unpaid care for a loved one.

* Women had a 70% chance of becoming a carer and men 60%.

* Carers quitting their jobs because of pressure delivering unpaid care


These are interesting statistics and cause for concern. In June 2019 this year ProCare Nursing wrote about the need for 20,000 extra carers by 2030, this is because people are living longer and going on to live well into their eighties. Not only is the health and social care sector going to be in need of carers, the statistics un-earthed by Carers UK shows that many adults will be caring for elderly people unpaid and this will increase.

ProCare Nursing are here to provide health and social carers

Regardless of the statistics outlined in this article ProCare Nursing are here to provide quality care packages to service users. If you have loved ones and cannot get the paid or unpaid leave that you need to look after your loved ones thats where we come in. We have carers who have worked in the care sector for many years, carers that are well trained who are fully equipped to deliver quality care to service users.




Contact us

ProCare Nursing have been providing quality care to communities across South Wales for over 20 years. We are an award winning agency and have carers who have worked under our umbrella for many years caring for service users. If you have any queries with regards to care packages get in touch we are happy to help.

info@procarenursing.co.uk

Tel: 029 2025 0611

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