The trust's education and practice development team is celebrating the completion of their 100th Care
The Care Certificate is an identified set of standards that health and care professionals adhere to in their daily working life.
The programme, which is delivered over five days, is designed for healthcare assistants and allied health support workers – aiming to equip them with the knowledge and skills needed to provide safe and compassionate care.
The trust delivered its first Care Certificate in March 2022 at James Cook.
Carolynn Lloyd, the programme lead said: “I am proud of the Care Certificate training week and feel very passionate about developing our HCAs and support workers.
“The Care Certificate training week is an amazing opportunity for staff to attend training
which is all about them and their personal development.”
NMAHP education lead, Bev Smith added: “The Care Certificate is pivotal
to the training and education of bands 2 to 4 support staff. It is great to see the difference this is making to our workforce.”
Sarah Cramer, who was the 100th recipient, said: “I would recommend everyone to sign up. You get to meet loads of different people from diverse roles and specialties. It makes you gain a sense of achievement and worthiness.”