Become a Commercially Aware Care Manager

2nd Course Now Open 

12 September 2017
Novotel, Broad Street, Birmingham

£130 + VAT

 

Join us for an intensive day course which will make you more confident about your knowledge and ability to make your care home more commercially successful.

 

The key to this content is that the bedrock of good care home care is compassion but this depends on the manager having the commercial knowledge to make the best possible of the resources on hand and the commercial opportunities which might exist. 

Programme

Bookings

To book online, please see the booking portal available at the foot of this page. Alternatively, please click here to download a PDF booking form.
This popular course is strictly limited to 20 participants, so early booking is strongly advised!

 

The course facilitator is Chris Manthorp. Chris is an independent consultant on older age issues. His long career in social care includes managing a single, specialist home to managing more than 20 homes, day care, sheltered housing and home care, working in the public and independent sectors, focused on person-centred care. He is a writer, lecturer and trainer.

 The programme is based on Caring Times’ new manual:
The Compassionate and Commercially Aware Care Manager

A complimentary copy of the manual is included in the course price plus light refreshments, but not lunch.

Questions or queries?

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch! 
For queries regarding the course, content or bookings please contact jessica@hawkerpublications.com

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