Craegmoor secures funding for training

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

In a major initiative to increase staff development and provide career opportunities for its employees, Craegmoor Healthcare has secured a major Government funding contract which supports the company’s National Training Centre in providing qualifications that develop skills in literacy, numeracy and english for speakers of other languages. Craegmoor’s Kevin Hall said the company wanted to ensure that all new employees were supported through a learning and development cycle that promoted skill development and career progression. “This provides a solid foundation for employees to progress through NVQs at levels 2, 3 and 4 and onto higher level or management qualifications,” said Mr Hall. “In particular, The Skills for Life qualification will not only ensure staff possess the high level of literacy and numeracy skills needed within the care sector, but provide them with excellent transferable skills. “Craegmoor aims to be an employer of choice, offering well-structured programmes of continuous learni

Comments are closed.

Latest blog posts

End of life care – care homes can do it well

By guest blogger Professor Keri Thomas,

Clinical director, National GSF Centre for End of Life Care

News that care homes could, based on current trends, overtake...

The DTOCs dashboard dilemma

By guest blogger JEF SMITH

The Department of Health refers to delayed transfers of care – the issue of people not being able to move...

From where I stand . . .

By Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON

A group of residents’ families have criticised the Care Quality Commission’s refusal to review the ‘good’ rating it awarded to...