Do you want to receive a good or outstanding in your next CQC inspection?


Do you want to receive a good or outstanding in your next CQC inspection?

Are you a smaller nursing or residential home?

Are you a small domiciliary company?

Ben Challinor a CQC inspector says: ‘One of the first things I will look for when working with a care operator is whether a thorough induction process is in place for all new staff. This will include an internal in-house induction and an external accredited induction to care. It is not acceptable for a manager to claim that they have an induction programme but that time constraints make it impossible to implement’ (Challinor, February 2017, Nursing & Residential Care).

The CQC report ‘Driving Improvement’ released in June 2018 also highlights the importance of staff training and a solid induction programme: ‘…make sure that new staff coming in were suitable, and improved induction policies led to staff being better prepared. Other features of poorly performing providers were a lack of training and staff appraisals: improving in these areas paid dividends.’

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If you require an easier way to meet your new staffs’ statutory and mandatory training why not contact Purple Balm Training?

Purple Balm Training have regular induction weeks for health and social care staff. Depending on the needs your staff could attend the whole week or parts of the week.

A full week’s training is £375 discounts are available for early payment and maybe available with multiple attendees.