Training & Development

As a Safe care assistant or internal care team member you can look forward to a training program that will give you all the knowledge you need. Your training and development is very important to us. We want you to be able to carry out your role with confidence and build on your experience and skills along the way. And we will do all

we can support your journey whatever your role at Safe care, from an office team member to a live-in carer, we want you to feel competent, happy and supported. Once you are on board with us we will assist you on your career path as much as we can, and we’ll try to help you achieve your goals.

In addition to the mandatory training that Safe care staff undertake, we also provide our staff with additional specialist training to ensure that they can confidently and competently support the needs of our clients. This may include training in supporting people living with dementia, or learning disabilities, and help with supporting those with diabetes or those who have suffered a stroke. Our care management team help staff identify which specialist training they require to ensure that they have the relevant skills to provide high-quality care to clients.

The following are just a few examples of online courses, seminars and qualifications our staff have completed:

Medication Control
Moving and Handling
First Aid
Safeguarding Adults
Infection Control.

For more details on our training and development, please contact us.

At Safe Care you will find a friendly and supportive family-style environment. Our staff are keen to recruit caring, motivated people who genuinely want to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people. Once you start working with us, we will nurture your talents and do all we can to help you develop through our excellent opportunities for career progression.

Through our training program we can teach you many of the skills required for your role, but a natural calling to help others, as well as compassion and dedication are key attributes, we look for in our recruitment process.

During the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic we are operating a normal service, with all offices open and ready to support new and existing clients who need assistance at home.
The safety and wellbeing of the people we care for and our staff is of paramount importance. To ensure this we have implemented a number of extra steps in accordance with the latest expert advice, including ensuring all our care workers have and wear personal protective equipment (PPE) such as masks, eyewear, aprons and gloves.