Healthcare agency starts new training partnership

Lucy Tilson of Quest Training and Andrew McGeorge of Carestaff Bureau

Lucy Tilson of Quest Training and Andrew McGeorge of Carestaff Bureau

A brand new Hastings healthcare agency has announced a training partnership with Quest Training and Horizons in a bid to provide the best staff possible to the local area.

Carestaff Bureau, which opened its doors in September, is working in tandem with Horizons to provide full Care Certificate induction training for all employees, with Quest offering full support for government funded NVQ’s for new to care staff.

Managing director Andy McGeorge said: “As a local business that believes in quality, we want to make a positive contribution to the local area and by forming this partnership with Quest/ Horizons we are able to ensure that every member of staff we send out to work has had nationally recognised, classroom based training.”

Quest Training is an established training provider that is keen to help all learners successfully complete their training through valuing each person as an individual and attempting to make the learning process as comfortable and rewarding as possible.

We are a training company with our office based in Hastings, and work from a number of companies on a regular basis including areas such as, Eastbourne, Hailsham, Hastings and many other areas. We value our learners and pride ourselves on catering individually for your company learning needs.

We offer funded training in many vocational areas including health and social care, childcare, business, management and customer service.

For more information visit http://www.carestaffbureau.com/