We provide full training for all new carers joining our team. Our training provides the theory and practical skills required to work as a Health Care Assistant for Westminster Homecare.
After completing your induction training you will be required to partake in shadow shifts with a senior carer. After three months you will then meet your branch manager and they will check how you are performing within your role. You’ll be placed on a personal development plan that’s unique to you, so we can identify any support you need for your personal and career development. You will be given ongoing refresher courses, regular meetings and spot checks.
You may be interested in developing your career in care by:
- Specialising in a particular condition/area, such as dementia care
- Completing a formal health and social qualification
- Moving to an office role in care management, our people team, finance or sales and marketing.
New to Westminster Homecare
At Westminster Homecare, our carers are the foundation for everything we do. So we try to do much more than just provide our staff with training – we also like to invest in our employees personal development.
New to Westminster Homecare? We will provide you with:
- Intense induction training before you start
- Ongoing refresher courses as and when needed, in line with CQC recommendation
- Job related specialist training
- A personal development plan to identify any areas for development
- The opportunity to complete a formal health and social care qualification
- The opportunities to grow your career
- Our staff are also required to complete the Skills for Care ‘Care Certificate’ within induction training. This is to ensure that all our new staff are trained to meet the national minimum requirements for working in the health and social care sector.