We have been recognised by Agored Cymru an awarding body for education and training in Wales. Agored Cymru work with 200 centres in Wales including ours (pictured below).
One of Agored Cymru main goals is to develop talent across a broad range of sectors including the health and social care sector in Wales. The reason we have been recognised by Agored Cymru is because we are recognising the potential of talented care support workers. We go above and beyond training all of our care support workers ensuring they are equipped to carry out quality care for our service users in Wales.
On our website we advertise our care jobs as careers, we look for compassionate people who have caring values toward people who are committed as we are in delivering quality care. When support workers have demonstrated a commitment in delivering first class care we encourage our care workers to gain new qualifications, we recommend they continue from their mandatory care training and go on to complete a level 2 QCF qualification in health and social care. Gaining QCF qualifications can lead to other avenues in the health and social care sector.
QCF qualifications are available up to Level 5 in health and social care, this can lead to managerial careers within the health and social care sector. While carers are on the journey with us we also have our own internal recognition system for those achieving excellence when caring for our service users.
We have award winning Mental Health nurses
Ensuring that our care workers are motivated and recognised leads to quality care in the field. We know this because in 2017 Sara Wells our senior Care Support Worker was put forward by ProCare Nursing for an award. Sara walked away winning the award for “Excellence in Dementia Care Award” at the Wales Care Awards, this is a clear indication that care work is being carried out from our agency to a high standard. Here is Sara pictured furthest right with her award.
Happy and recognised care support workers lead to excellence in care support work.
Thorough in-house training leads to quality care
At ProCare Nursing we do NOT outsource any training to third parties. We do all of our mandatory training in-house, this ensures we maintain quality control of care training making sure care support workers are thoroughly trained to carry out effective health and social care work in the field.
Here are a few photo’s of a recent Prevention Management Violence and Aggression course undertaken at our in-house facility.
We ensure that all of our care support workers are fully equipped to protect themselves in conflict situations. The PMVA course teaches all aspects of confrontation scenarios from diffusing conflict through restraint and in a non-physical manner.
We have been recognised by Agored Cymru because we go to great lengths recognising the talents of care support workers.