Assessment and Selection process
With expert assessors, our carer assessment and selection process is known as one of the best in the country.
We’re working with new carers every week of the year, giving them the skills required to provide high-quality care in people’s homes.
How the carer assessment and selection process at Helping Hands works:
- You’ll learn the theory and practical skills for providing quality home care
- Expert assessors run our courses, each with hands-on experience in home care
- All of our carers receive the skills required to care for those with a type of dementia
- Extra training is arranged as required – we invest in you and support your career development
Learn more about our carer assessment and selection process and apply to join our team today.
I have been to so many care courses, and honestly nothing compares. I am so excited about how much I have learned and the quality of the tutorials.
Olutayo, a live-in carer
Training that is industry endorsed
We’re passionate about ensuring our private carers can be the very best they can be. It’s why we’ve put so much time and effort into creating what has become one of the industry’s leading carer training programmes.
This training and induction process has since received endorsement from Skills for Care which is the strategic body for the adult social care workforce. They have endorsed us as a Centre of Excellence, making us the only full-service home care provider to receive such an accolade.
Our training covers the essential skills and knowledge to provide care, in line with the Care Certificate. You’ll learn how to support someone at home, including safe use of hoists, personal care, dementia care and medication support, to name a few. Above all else, you’ll learn how to provide care and support the Helping Hands way.
We have more home care jobs than anywhere else in the country, together with a fantastic salary and benefits package, ongoing training and support and many opportunities for career progression.
Come and join our family-led team.