Four Caregivers from Broadstairs who attended and passed a Moving and Handling caregiver training course with us, have been praised by Inchwater Home Care owner Paul Watts for their commitment to improving the care and safety of their clients.
“Sincere congratulations to Sally-Anne, Jane, Pauline and Michael who put in a lot of hard work to achieve the NCFE Level 2 certificate in Moving and Handling”, said Paul. “These caregivers have shown a real passion for the work they do and are an excellent example of how we work closely with our caregivers to support our clients.”
New caregivers at Inchwater Home Care undergo a comprehensive caregiver training process on arrival which includes learning about subjects such as Health and Safety, Safeguarding, First Aid, Fire Safety and Medication Awareness amongst others. Caregivers commit to keeping their knowledge and practice current and, in order to ensure they have the opportunity to do so, Inchwater schedules monthly training events.
Maddie Watts, Care Manager at Inchwater Home Care, says “the new and innovative NCFE Level 2 Dementia Awareness certificate for Caregivers working with people who may have dementia, has been a tremendous success! It is accredited by NCFE and is a superb grounding in dementia care. We also offer NCFE level 2 courses in Medication Awareness, Moving and Handling and Safeguarding, all of which are quality-assured and externally verified”.
If you would like to be part of our growing team, are interested in our caregiver training and are passionate about providing the highest quality care available, please contact Maddie Watts at the Dover Office.