Our Dementia Training wins The Princess Royal Training Award

In 2016, Home Instead was awarded The Princess Royal Training Award for our innovative dementia training.

In 2016, we won The Princess Royal Training Award for our dementia training.

The accolade, awarded by Princess Anne herself, recognises businesses that demonstrate outstanding training and skills development programmes.

When judging The Princess Royal Training Award, judges look at three ‘Hallmarks of Excellence,’ namely: was the programme delivered efficiently, is it effective and does it have a positive impact on the organisation and its people.

Our Dementia training

Launched in 2016, our City & Guilds Accredited dementia programme was developed to give our Care Professionals the skills and knowledge to cope with the practical and emotional demands of caring for an individual living with dementia. We’ve since rolled it out across our national team of over 12,000 Care Professionals. The aims of the training are simple: to provide our Care Professionals with the information and skills to enable them to provide a high-quality service to the people living with dementia and support for their families.

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2016 Princess Royal Training

Investing in people

At Home Instead, we’re committed to providing the very best possible training to every single one of our care teams. Our Care Professionals are delivering outstanding quality care each and every day and it is our highest priority to equip them with the tools they need to provide this much needed support. That’s why we run a programme of continuous training and career development opportunities right across the UK.

2016 Princess Royal Training

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