Care Academy training for Individual Employers and Personal Assistants (PAs).

For many people, using their direct payments to employ a personal assistant in care is a very good option. It allows you to be in control of who helps you in your daily life and your care.

This means, however, that you become an employer, which involves a certain amount of knowledge. At the Disability Resource Centre, we can help you through this process.  Our induction courses will teach you how to look after your employees and meet regulations.

In addition, we provide training to enhance the skills of your personal assistant, with general and bespoke training courses, all meeting the standards of the Care Certificate, as well as training in specific health conditions.

This free training is available for disabled people employing a personal assistant and their personal assistants.

(Our courses are also available to external agencies. Please contact us for prices).

Dates of training courses will be available soon.

Care Academy workshops leading to the Care Certificate

The training is mapped to the Care Certificate to ensure that it meets the industry standards and results in the highest quality of care. The Care Certificate provides really important and worthwhile training to help in your role, and promote your career development. It forms the building blocks to further progression to a Level 2 or 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care.

If you are interested in becoming a Personal Assistant (PA), we have drop in sessions on Fridays from 10am - 12 for you to find out about becoming a personal assistant in care.

  

Whether you are an employer or a personal assistant, you can access a range of relevant and engaging workshops delivered by specialist trainers. 

PA Academy Workshops in Dunstable

.Dates will be available soon