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Caring Together – Recruitment Event, Monday 19th November

October 18th, 2018

A Sector Based Work Academy 

Are you looking for a career in Care? Have you looked after a loved one and would like to turn this into a career? Caring Together will teach you about becoming a PA. The course will cover topics such as:


• Dignity and choice
• Medication handling
• First aid training 
• employability skills


Caring Together also includes 40hrs on the job experience working alongside a PA and their employer and a guaranteed interview at the end of the course.

 Are you over the age of 18?


• Do you have access to transport to travel around Bristol and surrounding areas?
• Are you able to commit to attending the training and work placement; 07/01/19 to 01/02/19?
• Are you a caring, compassionate and empathetic person?
• Do you like working with people?


If the answer is yes to these questions then contact us to book a place on our recruitment day!
*all participants will be subject to a DBS check

When: Monday 19th November
Where: The Vassall’s Centre, Gill Avenue, Fishponds,
Bristol, BS16 2QQ *A time slot will be allocated upon
booking*

You must complete this application form to attend:  http://www.wecil.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Application-Form-1.doc


For more information please contact: Ali Browning on:

Telephone: 0117 9479911 
Email: alison.browning@wecil.co.uk 

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