Work With Us

Work With Us

Christ Care Limited is committed to providing a quality service, which is designed to meet the needs of each individual client as we put their needs at the centre of the care provided. We work to pre-set standards of delivery, as defined within the Fundamental Care Standards for Domiciliary Care and Care Quality Commission regulations. The care we provide is constantly reviewed to ensure the service is of a high standard. All our staff undergo rigorous checks prior to the commencement of employment with our company. This includes checks made against the SOVA and POCA registers, and all applicants are required to obtain an enhanced DBS disclosure prior to commencing work.

All Home Support Workers are required, from the start of their employment, to undertake a comprehensive programme of training covering all aspects of domiciliary care to obtain a care certificate, and training updates continue throughout their employment with our company. Should you, or your nominated representative/s, have any general issues or concerns about the support that we provide please contact us and we can arrange for a senior representative to visit you to discuss these matters in detail. If you prefer, you can raise any specific issue with the Manager responsible for your care, through our complaints procedure, which is outlined further in this guide.

Working Environment and Insurance

Care support workers operate almost exclusively in the service users own homes. To facilitate a safe and appropriate working environment care support workers work within a Health and Safety policy framework, this includes infection control, risk assessment and moving and handling.

All our care support workers wears a uniform to identify them, carry an identification badge and use protective clothing, such as plastic aprons, hand sanitise and gloves. All care support workers are trained in the use of specialist equipment as required.

Staff Qualifications and Experience

The company retains a complete record of all qualifications, credentials and experience gained for each staff member, whether full time or part time. These records may be found in the staff files retained at the organization offices, and are of limited access for reasons of confidentiality and security. As summary all our support care workers are required to have, as minimum, the following qualifications in order for them to provide care services at client’s homes.

  • Moving and handling course
  • Health and safety
  • Basic food hygiene
  • Emergency first aid
  • Administration of medication
  • Infection control
  • Abuse awareness
  • Principles of care
  • Fire safety
  • Safeguarding of vulnerable adults and children
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Communication skills
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Documentation and Administration
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