The online training provided by Train Healthcare has been not only aligned, but also accredited by Skills for Health and awarded their Quality Mark. As the first and only private training provider to reach this standard, we can proudly say that our online training is accepted in any bank, agency and care home in the UK. Not only that, Skills for Health have carefully screened each of our online mandatory and statutory training courses to ensure that our content meets all the Quality Mark criteria. This is why we are so confident that our training is 100% legitimate and meets all the requirements of Skills for Health’s high standards.
We take pride in offering all of our candidates an online training course that is available to purchase and undertake 24/7 through all handheld devices such as iPads, Android phones, etc. The focus on quality training undertaken by all staff working in NHS Trusts and care homes throughout the UK is a hot topic and not one that we believe will diminish as the population ages more qualified healthcare staff are required. Are you 100% sure that your training providers are meeting the required standards? Are you comfortable as a business to just accept the word of a company to say that they are ‘in line’ with Skills for Health without actually looking at the training they provide or to see if they have the Skills for Health Quality Mark?
Can you imagine investing your money in a brand new car without even looking under the bonnet to make sure the engine had all its parts? Yes, it may have all the gadgets, comfort and specs that it’s promising, but the minute you turn the key, the car does not start.
In today’s competitive training market, there are so many training providers that offer online training for the healthcare industry. Are you confident in what you purchase is value for your money? And yes certificates may be issued but what happens if these certificates are scrutinised by Skills for Health, would they achieve the Quality Mark? Would the repercussions affect you and your career and will you be out of work trying to find another provider that you trust?
Be confident in the training that you purchase and make sure you receive the quality you pay for. Look for the Skills for Health logos and Quality Mark and if you have suspicions, don’t keep them to yourself.
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