Over the last 6 months ProCare Nursing have been recruiting new personnel to ensure we operate to the highest standards at our health and social care agency, and we are happy to announce that our newest team member is John Williams.
John is our new Group Learning Development Manager who brings with him a wealth of experience in health and social care training. John has over 20 years’ experience in the training field. John has worked with specialist providers of care for adults with complex Mental Health conditions, learning disabilities and neuropsychiatry conditions.
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.
John has also been a contributor to Sen Magazine the UK’s leading special educational needs magazine, who published his article on “Improving care for Mental Health” (Click or press the image to enlarge).
John goes on to say,
“I am looking forward to taking ProCare Nursing to the next level of training that will only improve the care we deliver out in the field. I am also looking forward to working with other organisations under the ProCare banner to help them with all their training needs”
ProCare Nursing are committed to providing first class health and social care training
ProCare have been developing our own in-house training facility over the last few years, and we strongly believe that all training must be delivered to the highest standard; to ensure this we have become an accredited centre with both Highfields and Agored Cymru to deliver the following courses.
• All Wales Manual Handling Passport Scheme
• Autism Awareness
• Breakaway Techniques (Verbal and physical aggression)
• Challenging Behaviour
• Child Protection
• Communication and Record Keeping
• Dementia Awareness
• Diabetes Awareness
• D.O.L.S / Mental Capacity Act Awareness
• Falls Awareness
• First Aid at Work
• Food Safety
• Health and Safety
• Incontinence, Catheter and Stoma Care
• Medication Management
• Oral Hygiene
• Pressure Ulcer Prevention
• Prevention & Management of Violence and Aggression
• Safe Use of Bed Rails
• Safeguarding of vulnerable adults
• Stroke Awareness
• “All Wales Induction Framework”
• “All Wales Induction Framework” annual refresher
Our training officers are all fully qualified, have years of experience delivering high quality training.
We also run Prevention of Violence and Management of Aggression (PVMA) courses. This course teaches how to de-escalate conflict in volatile situations, and how to use non-pain based restraining techniques in the event of the individual becoming aggressive.
If you need training in any one of the topics listed above get in touch and discuss your training needs with John our new and experienced Group Learning Development Manager.
If you have any training needs, then get in touch we can help. Not only is John going to take ProCare Nursing to the next level of care, but he can also help other health and social care agencies in Cardiff and across Wales deliver better standards of care. Contact us to arrange a meeting and let’s discuss all your training needs.
Tel: 029 2025 0611