A Luton business is offering 30 free places to anyone wishing to train for work in the care sector.
Home Instead Senior Care owner Maria Collins said: “Our service is companionship-based so people don’t need to have experience. What’s really important is the right attitude and a caring and empathetic nature.
“We match clients and caregivers based on shared interests.”
After completing their initial training, carers will become eligible to receive the nationally-recognised care certificate and can go on to further their qualifications with, for example, a bespoke Alzheimer’s Care Training Programme which is accedited by City & Guilds.
> Interested in applying? Contact 01582 742275 or visit www.homeinstead.co.uk/luton-and-central-bedfordshire.