Mploy Healthcare have some exciting news
Posted: 6th May 2021
Mploy Healthcare, having identified critical shortages of staff in the care industry decided to launch Mploy Healthcare training academy. The Academy training will run from Mploy’s Head office training centre in Poole.
Mploy Healthcare Training Academy is available to anyone who would like to start a career within the Health & Social Care industry by offering a comprehensive training programme and ongoing support.
Since 2011 Mploy Healthcare have been supporting clients across the whole South West providing Healthcare Assistants, Registered Nurses and other Allied Healthcare staff across many care sectors including: Residential Care Homes, Nursing Homes, Hospices, Hospitals, Day Centres, Rehabilitation Centres, Supported Living, Schools. Mploy Healthcare currently operates from Christchurch and Salisbury with further plans for new office locations.
Social care is about supporting people to maintain their independence, dignity and control. This includes providing personal and practical support to help people live their lives. Social care workers could be supporting someone with a range of disabilities, dementia or mental health conditions. A career in social care offers long-term employment prospects, with opportunity for promotion and progression as well as job security.
Mark Nash, Co-founder of Mploy says: “The care industry has always suffered severe staffing shortages but this year this has become even more apparent during Covid-19 pandemic. Also, we are mindful of challenges related to the new Brexit immigration rules and therefore we decided that it was important that we look at opportunities we can take to support the industry as well as to grow Mploy.”
Anne Banks, Mploy’s Healthcare Director adds: “We are extremally excited to start the Academy. Adult social care is one of the few sectors where jobs are increasing, offering significant numbers of long-term career opportunities in the current job market. There’s an estimated 1.49 million people working in social care, and by 2035 we’ll need to fill around 580,000 more jobs. We feel it is a fantastic opportunity to get involved now in building strong and sustainable workforce for the care industry. In addition to training new staff, we will also offer our existing staff regular learning and development that will ensure they remain up to date with best practice to provide the best care and support our clients.”
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