St. Anne’s Community Services Learning and Development is committed to the provision of excellent services. This is achieved through a workforce that is supported, trained, appropriately qualified and continually developed.
Learning and development opportunities are provided to ensure that all statutory, regulatory and organisational requirements are met but also to meet the individual needs and aspirations of staff.
Alongside mandatory training you will have opportunities to complete further training in more specialised topics relevant to your worksite or client needs.
Opportunities include taught, online and distance learning courses and accredited programmes.
These include areas such as:
- Record keeping
- Support planning
- Drug awareness
- Health issues
- Mental health awareness
- Loss & Bereavement
- Risk assessment
As your career progresses, there may be opportunities to undertake additional qualifications that are relevant to your role and service.
St. Anne’s offers comprehensive opportunities for staff development. It is hoped you will make use of all the opportunities available to develop your skills and knowledge.
This will ensure that you can not only provide the best quality of support to the people with whom you work but also so that you gain greater job satisfaction and are able to progress your career within St. Anne’s.