Home Instead paves the way for new career pathways

Home Instead specialises in providing exceptional person centred care to enable older people to live independently in their own homes. We aspire to not only be the Care Provider of Choice but also the Care Employer of Choice and we are doing this by offering a?very different approach. We firmly believe in developing Career Pathways to professionalise care and encourage team members to build their own skill set, experience, qualifications and CV.

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our Personalised Career Pathways in Care & Management: a new scheme to enable the growth and development of every employee on our team. Through this initiative, we can offer fully funded learning, with options in either a direct care centred route, following the community focussed, practical side of the sector, or a change of direction into a more managerial role. Both have great merits, and both offer a host of career possibilities.

And, our timing is spot on. Following on from the difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK economy has experienced something of a shift, with many industries sadly struggling to survive. The care sector has the potential to thrive and indeed, it is one of the UK’s fastest growing economies, with a predicted need for almost 500,000 additional recruits by 2035. It certainly has great prospects and offers enormous potential to the right candidates.

If you are curious about a role in care, and would like to learn a little more about the fully funded learning options that we can provide, then take a look at our guide, HERE. You are also very welcome to give our team a call on 01884 218888, to chat about your own aims and aspirations and to discover how we can help you reach them.

Educational organisations are invited to contact us with a view to offering next step options to students. We are always delighted to visit local organisations to explain what a role in the care sector could offer the CAREGivers, Managers, Marketers, Trainers, Financial controllers and care sector Directors of the future.