Linda takes top honours in care

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

A care assistant from one of the leading West Country charities for older people, Brunelcare, was recently awarded the “Best Student in Care and Quality Care” award for her care exams. Linda Anderson, from Saffron Homes in Whitehall, Bristol, completed a 12 month NVQ Level II in Care at Norton Radstock College. Linda has worked at Brunelcare for the last five and half years and decided to study for the qualification early last year. “I studied in the evenings while working at Brunelcare during the day and am really pleased with the final result – all the hard work has paid off,” Linda said. Brunelcare’s training manager Paul Hucker said Linda had been an excellent candidate and had worked very hard to achieve this recognition. “Results such as this mean that Brunelcare’s clients can expect even higher standards of care from our staff,” Mr Hucker said. “Brunelcare takes a great deal of personal interest in developing our employees, and invests a lot of time in training and personal development for staff. The p

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