Everycare Central Surrey – Care Training
We provide opportunity, nurture and develop carers and reward achievement. We believe a team of well-trained carers working together in an environment fostering respect and driving a high level of engagement, is essential to our continued success.
At EveryCare (Central Surrey) we want to create a home care service for the broad range of people who require care at home. Our ambition is to remove the worry from family and friends who are concerned for the welfare of their loved ones.
To achieve this, we put people at the centre of everything we do, and that goes for our carers as much as our clients.
Many different qualities make a good carer; having a caring nature is just the start. Professional care in the home requires a caring nature but beyond that; caring skills which ensure both client and carer are safe.
We know people do well when they feel fulfilled in their employment, so we go all-out to create the right working environment for our carers. In achieving the best working experience we know we will provide the best care for our clients.
Our carers not only become part of one of the most respected home care organisations, but a family run business which has care at its heart.
Our carers come from all walks of life, they share a common approach: a positive one. When recruiting new carers, our policy is to ‘hire the smile’. We know if we have people who have a natural smile we can help them to become highly professional carers who can make a big difference to the lives of the people in their care.
But it’s not just about hiring happy people. Caring is not just another way of earning a salary and we also look for people who want to make a difference. When these two qualities come together we know we can help you develop as a professional carer.
Caring is one of the few professions offering truly flexible working hours you can fit in with the other aspects of your life. Whether you want to work a few hours one day a week or work full time; we can offer you that flexibility.
We also encourage all our staff, where appropriate, to work towards their NQF (National Quality Framework – replacing NVQs) and attend external training courses, completing further development courses as necessary for their roles within the company. We advise staff about training on an individual basis during their regular supervision sessions.
To find out more view our Carer training and development brochure.
To find out more about our Care Coordinator training and development view our brochure.