Traineeship Care Assistant at Care Futures Limited
Traineeships is a Pre-Apprenticeship programme designed to support learners into either an Apprenticeship or into full time work. The course focuses on work skills, employability, extra-curricular support, independent skills, ICT, English, and maths.
When the course finishes you will receive an interview with your placement provider and support from the Traineeships team to facilitate your next steps.
Some typical duties will include:
- Making beds
- Laundry rota
- Meal serving
- Clearing up after meals
- Record keeping
A Traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience that is focused on giving young people the skills that employers are looking for. At its core are work preparation training, English and maths for those who need it, and a high quality work experience placement.
Traineeships help unlock your great potential and give you the work preparation training, maths and English and work experience needed to get an Apprenticeship or other job.
This Traineeships Opportunity is unwaged.
- Eligible to work in England
- Unemployed and have little or no work experience
- Aged 16 to 24 and qualified below Level 3
- A work experience placement
- Help with English and maths (if you need it)
You won’t be paid, but you may be given expenses for things like travel and meals.
Care Futures consists of five properties split into small groups to support personalized group living and a day service for adults with learning difficulties, some with complex needs.
- Full on the job training
- Functional skills in maths and english level 2
- Employment rights and responsibilities
Opportunity to become an apprentice or a permanent member of staff and career progression.
- Positive “Can Do” attitude
- Kind and Caring
- Willing to listen and learn
- Clear reading and writing skills
Care Assistants need to be good communicators and have good observation skills. You will need to be motivated to make every day the best it can be for residents. You need to be calm in a crisis, have a “Can Do” attitude and be committed to the training we provide. The core skills of reading and clear handwriting are essential for writing the reports we require daily to meet the regulators expected standards.
Bristol, BS16 1NT