A quality service at sensible prices


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

After spending 24 years in the army as a non-commissioned officer, John Green set up Millennium Training. John’s military vocation saw him working in positions which included that of medical assistant and as a trainer of soldiers in many fields of operation. Having worked as a health care professional, John says he recognises the importance of relevant training and believes training should be delivered in a pro-active and enjoyable manner. “I am an experienced trainer and I pride myself in delivering a quality service that meets the needs of the individual and the organisation,” he told Caring Times. “My ethos is to deliver quality training at sensible prices.” John Green says a well-trained workforce will improve competence, avoid unnecessary injury, increase productivity and therefore the quality of care. “The first aid training, and moving and handling, will satisfy in full the requirements of NVQ in care units CU1.3 and 27,” he said. “Effective development of staff has been proved to reduce staff turnover





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