Care Training Courses in Dorset & Hampshire
Skills for care Bournemouth

Some of the "skills for care" messages that need to be delivered in any training can be pretty dry, and if you rely on a powerpoint presentation or videos, pretty dull too. So we make sure that our train for care training, delivered from our own training centres in Poole (near Bournemouth) and Southampton, is about interaction and student participation and that our trainers are neither dull nor boring. They look to engage with our students, to listen to your experiences and those of others and use these to demonstrate how the care training we deliver is essential to ensuring best practice and consistent standards across the board.

Skills for care Southampton

Funding for training at accredited centres, like Care-Ability, is often available from Government-backed organisations like Skills for Care, in order to ensure that the care workforce has a uniformity of skills. Care-Ability Training can assist organisations to claim funding for training and development of social care staff in line with industry requirements. The initial cost of the course must be paid in advance, but when completed each trainee (or their employer) may apply for reimbursement from the relevant organisation or Government department.

Liam McMahon

Liam is a qualified and experienced skills for care trainer, and an assessor educated to diploma level who has a wealth or occupational competency in the social care sector that spans over 20 years. Liam's experience has included working with autistic spectrum disorder clients and individuals with challenging behaviour.

Liam continues to work directly with clients which enables him to offer first hand experience and knowledge of care practice which he is then able to impart to others in his training sessions.

An engaging and charismatic trainer who uses his personal experience of social care to develop and equip staff with the skills and knowledge required to provide best practice in meeting the needs of clients

 

Kris Clark

Kris is a key member of the Care-Ability training team due to his passion, professionalism and dedication to ensuring all those who work in social care have the understanding and compassion, as well as the most current training techniques and findings from research studies, to provide the highest possible standards of care to vulnerable people.

Kris is a fully qualified trainer and assessor for the Health and Social Care Diplomas. Through his experience of training people both one-to-one and in large groups, Kris has had to develop excellent teaching and learning skills in order to give people who work in social care the understanding and the confidence they need to meet the high standards expected.

Kris believes that training should be an interactive process in order for people to develop the understanding of how best practice requirements relate to their individual roles. He is a passionate and dedicated trainer who firmly believes in the use of courses to raise the standards in care and has dedicated his time to developing training courses that are tailored to meet the needs of his clients so that they can gain the most out of their time on his courses.

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