As the elderly population in the UK continues to expand, demand for domiciliary care workers has skyrocketed. These dedicated caregivers offer invaluable assistance for individuals needing help with daily tasks; thus enabling them to remain independent living at home. Indeed with more and more people applying for roles and sponsored care worker roles in the […]
Introduction:The health and social care sector is an integral component of UK’s workforce, offering rewarding career opportunities across its many facets. An ageing population and ongoing changes within the sector has increased demand for skilled professionals – this blog post will offer valuable advice to increase your chances of obtaining employment. Gain Relevant Qualifications: Education
Introduction: The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care services in England. They inspect and rate care homes to ensure that they provide safe, effective, and compassionate care to their residents. Unfortunately, many care homes fail to meet the required standards and receive a poor rating from the CQC.
We understand that CQC inspections can be a daunting prospect for healthcare providers, and that’s why we’ve created this comprehensive guide to help you understand the key questions surrounding CQC inspections. Section 1: What is the CQC and why are inspections important? The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is an independent regulator of health and social
Are you interested in pursuing a career in care and looking for ways to excel in your studies? Look no further! This comprehensive guide is packed with practical tips and advice to help you achieve your care qualifications with ease. Understanding the Course Requirements The first step in excelling in your care studies is to
Domiciliary care is an incredibly important service for those in need. For this reason alone it is important that domiciliary care providers ensure they have robust policies and procedures in place to guarantee the safety, health and wellbeing of both their clients and staff members. For starters, recruitment processes should be regulated in order to
The Care Certificate is an essential requirement for those who wish to work in the care sector. It is a set of 15 standards that are intended to provide a common foundation of knowledge and skills for all health and social care workers. The certificate is designed to ensure that care workers have the necessary
Confidentiality in health and social care – What is it? Why is it important? How does it affect you as a worker? It is essential that as a someone working in the Health and Social Care sector you understand confidentiality and its importance in your practice. There are five key rules which include: Confidential information