We provide health and safety courses to healthcare settings.
Our aims are to provide customers with high quality and compassionate training that will promote the safety, health and well-being of all service users.
We are CPD Accredited and all our trainer are with level 3 certificate in education and training, with over ten years in the health and social care industry.
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Our Certificate in Adult Social care will help you to gain the skills, knowledge and understanding care in an adult social care setting.
"Adult social care is about supporting people to maintain their independence, dignity and control.
This includes providing practical and personal support to help people live their lives. This could include supporting someone to do social activities, assessing someone’s care or mobility needs, helping someone with a disability to find a house or a job, or assisting someone with their personal care.
People who work in social care could support people with a range of needs, including people with a physical disability, a mental health condition such as dementia or autism. This could include young adults or older people".
Osa First Care is an Accredited Company
We provide high quality and compassionate care staff that we have trained in the right skills to enable them to deliver to you, Person-centred, excellent care and keeping your service users safe.
All our staff are trained, DBS checked and have completed the healthcare awareness courses. This is to make sure they can provide the best possible care that service user deserved.
When you need extra care staff and support worker, you need Care agency that responds quickly with staff that is caring.
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We partner with local and national training providers, regulating body, and health promotion organisations.
Our partners includes three training organisations and two colleges in the UK
Business and Networking Event
in Brighton City
June 29th 2019
We also offer this training for people outside the EU/UK. For more information Call 01273950066 or complete our contact form
Health Promotion and Staff welfare