14 September 2016
Latest Apprentice Carers placed in the East and West Midlands
Acacia Training continues to recruit a number of apprentice carer vacancies for HC-One in the East and West Midlands – with six new recruits appointed in the last week alone!
The latest successful candidates are men and women aged 18-46 recruited by Acacia Training. Our team also delivers the work-based apprenticeship programme to HC-One’s apprentice carers throughout the Midlands.
HC-One operates dementia, nursing, residential and specialist care homes throughout the UK.
Apprentice carer vacancies are available in HC-One care homes throughout the East and West Midlands, including Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Warwickshire, Shropshire and Staffordshire.
The apprentice carer role is available to trainees aged 18 or over who are hoping to start out in the care sector or to retrain for a career in health and social care.
Congratulations to the following apprentices who will be joining HC-One as apprentice carers soon at the following care homes:
Bethany Parker at Bridgewater Park (Lincolnshire)
Edward Awuah at Pytchley Court (Northampton)
Jade O’Brien at The Rowans (Leicestershire)
Kameron Jerzyszek at Brandon House (Coventry)
Nadine Johnson at Beeches Nursing Home (Nottingham)
And to Matthew Bennett who has already begun his placement at Barnaby Court (Nottingham)
Interested in starting a career in health and social care?
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