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Our staff are our finest asset and we invest heavily in their development. After a rigorous registration procedure, with full referencing and police checks, everyone on the team receives comprehensive and specialist training. With continuous support, each care worker is routinely supervised to ensure we are keeping our promise to you and your needs are being met. If you would like to hear what our care workers say about us, we have included some quotes below and we are more than happy to introduce you to a staff member before we start providing care.

Staff Training

To ensure your needs are always being met, we ensure all Pringles Care staff undergo comprehensive mandatory and specialist training. This is essential for the safety of both our clients and staff, but also allows us to improve the quality of the care we deliver and create development plans for staff that are keen to expand their set of skills. We have listed some of our training modules below if you would like to see what’s involved.

Training
  • Staff Induction
  • Fire Safety
  • Infection Control
  • Health & Safety
  • SOVA
  • Food Hygiene
  • Medication Training
  • Disability Awareness
  • Mental Capacity
  • Communication & Record Keeping
  • Manual Handling
  • First Aid at Work, including, Basic Life Support, Paed and Adult Resuscitation
  • ASD- Autism
  • Learning Disability’s
  • Challenging Behavior
  • Sensory & Communication skills
  • End of Life/Palliative Care
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • PEG Feed/ Gastro/ Oxygen Mask etc
  • Medication
  • Client specific Complex Care training

Recruitment Process

At Pringles Care Services we follow a strict recruitment procedure and conduct full referencing and police checks to ensure our care workers are the best in the industry. Every applicant must pass our comprehensive criteria including relevant experience, qualifications, personal traits and characteristics and values of delivering exceptional care. We have listed some of our recruitment stages below if you would like to see what’s involved.

Recruitment process

1- Complete staff application pack
2- Conduct two person interviews
3- Recruitment checks and references
4- DBS check
5- Training and induction
6- Shadow working
7- Ongoing support from Manager

We may not work in an office together but there is still a strong sense of being part of a team when working for Pringles Care. I can call at any time and there is a team member available to give me advice and support.

Sade

I started working for Pringles Care very recently, The office staff are friendly and approachable as well as the carers I work with. The training and support given to me during my first week has helped me gain new skills.

Jackie