Four Seasons increases in-house training commitment


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

Four Seasons Health Care is extending its investment in internal training, with more members recruited to the team to deliver and assess, internally, even more aspects of the company’s staff training. The latest development in the company’s trainiung programme means that the Registered Managers Award (RMA)is now being handled in-house. At the same time Four Seasons has announced that nine more of its care managers in England have achieved their RMA. The nine are: *Jayne Clarke* from Woodlea, *Christine Wilson* from Beauley Lodge, *Joanne Longstaff* from Barrington Lodge, *Anna Clarke* from Brandon Lodge, *Anthony Kavanagh* from Bewick Lodge, *Mitzi Issaac* from Longhedge, *Sue Howden* from Wyndthorpe Hall, *Margaret Roe* from Beech Tree, *Alyson Murphy* – regional manager.





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