Jeesal Training is an established, accredited training provider, founded in 2002.
- We provide training for Jeesal Cawston Park, Jeesal Residential Care Services Limited and Jeesal DC.
- We are committed to ensuring that all employees have access to the highest standards of training that both supports and achieves the CQC Outcomes as specified by the Essential Standards of quality and safety.
- At Jeesal Training, all our courses are delivered by qualified trainers with numerous years of experience in the field of Health and Social Care. Our trainers maintain their own competence and knowledge in the subjects they deliver to ensure that training is delivered to the highest possible standards.
- Jeesal Group’s Training Centre is accredited with City and Guilds, Health and Safety Executive and the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. We are approved trainers in NAPPI (Non-Abusive Psychological & Physical Intervention) and Signalong.
Jeesal Group’s Training Centre lies within the grounds of Jeesal Cawston Park, ensuring our wealth of skills and expertise are shared throughout all our services.
Training at Jeesal
Here at Jeesal, we pride ourselves in training our staff and volunteers with all the necessary skills to provide the best care. Please click on a link below to find out more.
Jeesal Group provides a 13- 15 day Induction (dependent on the service you will be working in) for all new employees to complete before they can begin working in any of our services. The Jeesal’s Training Centre of Excellence awards the ‘Certificate of Completion of Induction’, based on site at Jeesal Cawston Park. A mixture of both internal and external trainers run the courses and the assessment for each course may take the form of completion of workbooks, worksheets and evidence recordings. This evidence fulfils the requirements for skills for care common induction standards (theoretical induction).
The practical element of induction enables embedding of theoretical knowledge for the Inductees within the service, whilst forming meaningful rapports with the service users and colleagues. During this time they gain experience of the services daily routines and requirements. This is achieved through shadowing staff, mentor observation of practice, reading of service related literature such as policies and procedures, and medication administration assessments which the support the supervision process demands.
The induction programme as a whole aims to achieve the eight common induction standards:
• Role of a health and social care worker
• Personal development
• Effective Communication
• Equality and inclusion
• Principles for implementing duty of care
• Principles of safeguarding in health and social care
• Person centred support
• Health and Safety in an adult social care setting
The programme achieves this through the completion of a theoretical element of induction that is comprised of 13 – 15 days of training consisting of the following training courses/workshop sessions.