Care Learning & Development is a training provider based in Renfrewshire, we specialised in delivering a wide range of health and social care training courses in adult and childcare, within West Central Scotland.
We aim to ensure that organisations meet their legislative duties as well as organisational requirement in order to limit risks an maintain safe working practices. We work in close collaboration with our clients to ensure that their team is being provided with the skills and knowledge they need to support those individuals with complex needs to live a fulfilling life and to ensure that our training is thorough and robust and is not a ‘one-off event’.
We take proud in offering bespoke, quality in-house training solutions, in a wide range of subjects, at a sensible price. All our programmes are delivered by a subject specialist trainer, in the following main areas:
- Social Care Training
- Clinical Training
- First Aid Training
- Health & Safety Training
Care Learning & Development was founded by Patrizia Morrone, a professional trainer with over 10 years of learning and development experience. She has a passion for helping others which she gained from coaching and developing learners over the years. Guiding others to achieve their professional and personal goals is as imperative and rewarding an experience as achieving her own.
Patrizia strongly believes that education is one of the most important aspects of life and for the social and economic development of a nation. As we grow up, education can give us knowledge of the world around us and changes it into something better. It develops in us a perspective of looking at life. It helps us build opinions and have points of view on things in life.
Health organisations, care about patients and people, so we care about empowering individuals to develop the confidence and strength required to fulfil their full potential, through training and education.
‘Empower individuals to develop the confidence and strength required to fulfil their full potential, through training and education’
Research carried out by Community Care has found examples of situations where the lack of appropriate and efficient training had resulted in not only safeguarding concerns not being reported, but people being unlawfully deprived of their liberty and being treated with no empathy or understanding of their care needs.
Additionally, a recent report released by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) highlights a number of key concerns facing the health and social care industry in the coming years. Demand for workers in health and social care services is set to rocket in the years ahead, but there is a risk of a huge shortfall in workers with the right talents and training to meet the growing demand. There are currently 4 million people employed within this sector and it is reasonably estimated that there is a need for 2 million more workers recruited and trained by 2022, this is equivalent to over half of the existing workforce. The UKCES findings also show a poor prognosis for skills and competencies in health and social care and many younger workers leaving the sector as a result.
In order to tackle these challenges, we have made our mission to transform the delivery of health and social care through empowering individuals to develop the confidence and strength required to fulfil their full potential as well as supporting our clients in retaining their staff