Social care staff to find out about development opportunities at UK Care Week
Embark Learning Care Academy, a training provider for the social care sector, will be exhibiting at UK Care Week on 6 and 7 July with a focus on the learning and development opportunities it can provide to the sector.
Embark Learning Care Academy is a training provider that provides carers, new or fully qualified, with nationally recognised qualifications. For new carers to the industry, the academy provides a bespoke four-week programme, which allows recruits to get all of their qualifications to start a career in social care.
The company will be on stand G22 in hall 18 at the NEC in Birmingham to introduce itself to people who may want training to become a professional in the healthcare industry or perhaps want a new qualification to add to their portfolio.
Embark delivers a range of courses, including Safe Handling of Medicine to Dementia, Mental Health, Learning Disability and Infection Control Training, among many others specialist courses.
The company is also offering training manager exclusive membership at the UK Care Week show that includes 20 eLearning licenses a month, four on-site training courses per year, and six branch day places per quarter for a reduced price.
Embark Learning Care Academy Operations Director, Alex O’Neill, said: “We’re very excited to be exhibiting at UK Care Week in July, where there will be a wealth of people that are as passionate about the care industry as we are!
“As we are all aware, there’s a shortage of carers in the industry, so Embark is dedicated to providing high quality training to help support the sector. We pride ourselves in covering every vital aspect that a carer will need to deliver the high level of care that’s expected of them.”
UK Care Week absorbs Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo and the Home Care Expo into one single event that is inclusive to the whole care industry. The event brings together the care community, addresses the biggest challenges facing the care sector, celebrates the talent of care workers, and holds a collective voice for change.
There are also a range of exhibitors showing the latest in assistive technology and technology-enabled care solutions that ease crucial pressure off care workers and facilitate enhanced independent living for service users.