Taking a health and social care qualification helps develop your knowledge and skills and provides national recognition for your work.
A qualified workforce can help an organisation improve the support it offers to people with learning disabilities, and is evidence to commissioners and inspectors of the quality of your support.
BILD has more than ten years’ experience of supporting learning disability and advocacy workers to successfully complete national qualifications.
We believe people with learning disabilities should be supported by a well trained, and qualified workforce. We want to ensure workers have the right attitude to support people with dignity and respect, are able to listen to what they say and help them to have control over their life.
BILD has many years experience in supporting the development of workers who can deliver just this kind of support.
For both organisations and individuals, taking the new health and social care qualifications can be an investment that really pays off:
- staff are more likely to provide a better quality service, understand the needs of the people they support and how to communicate with them more effectively
- a qualified workforce feels valued and supported by their employer, the investment pays off in motivation, increased confidence to take on more responsibilities and in reducing staff turnover
- a qualified workforce can help provide a service to nationally recognised standards
- developing a learning culture within an organisation helps improve the quality of the service
There are a number of benefits for your organsiation in offering qualifications to your staff with BILD:
Ours is a flexible service built around your needs
We have robust quality assurance
We have supportive and friendly staff, don't just ask us, ask the people we're already working with
You will be affiliated with a nationally recognised, learning disability specific, organisation and can benefit from BILD's expertise in both the delivery and assessment of qualifications, as well as our learning disability experience
For more information please telephone the qualifications team on 01562 723025 or email firstname.lastname@example.org