Notaro helps unemployed get back to work


We are offering re-training to unemployed individuals who are looking for work. (July, 2017)

Notaro Homecare is looking to re-train unemployed people as carers.

Nicky Norville, Registered Manager said:

“Training as a carer is a great way for people who are currently unemployed to get themselves back into the working world.
Being unemployed can be very demoralising and many people would love to get back into the world of work but might not be aware of the opportunities working in the care industry can bring.
It is an extremely rewarding industry to work in and it gives people the opportunity to learn something new and gain extra qualifications and experience.
We provide free full training with the opportunity to achieve Qualification and Credit Framework (QCF) level 2. Our mandatory induction programme includes emergency first aid or first at work, safe handling of medicines, moving and handling people, health and safety, fire safety, safeguarding adults, infection control and food hygiene.
Other specific training is also available to staff, including dementia awareness, mental capacity act, equality and diversity, advanced care planning, end of life / palliative care, stroke training, MS training and peg feeding.”

We use Weston-super-Mare based, AAA Training Solutions, a specialist health and social care training company, to deliver full five day classroom based inductions, training and refresher training to experienced and non-experienced staff.

Steve Horler, Managing Director of AAA Training Solutions, said:

“Our induction course gives the candidates the necessary skills and knowledge they need to begin working in the care sector. We hope to provide the foundation for a career in care with Notaro and will support the individual with ongoing training and development.”

If you would like to train as a Community Carer, please either click here to apply online or call our recruitment team today on 01934 422800.


Mick, AAA trainer, with Paulette Ellis, new recruit, training First Aid
Mick, AAA trainer, with Paulette Ellis, new recruit, training First Aid