Free courses for the care sector


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

The National Consortium of Colleges (NCC) currently has 10,000 free training places available and they are offering these first to the care sector throughout England and Wales. All training is carried out in-house and there is no need for the students to attend college. NCC says these courses are an opportunity for staff to obtain a nationally recognised qualification, update their existing skills and prepare themselves for the new training standards. Courses available are: – Care practices – Safe handling of medicines – Safety compliance – Supervisory management – Effective personal development Courses last about 12 weeks and comprise of a group induction, followed by one-to-one tutor support throughout. Students complete a final multiple-choice test and when successful they will obtain an ASET certificate. Call the enquiry line today to find out if there are places available in your area: Tel: 0870 757 7888





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