ACC Member stories of continuous learning and development…

A key factor of any successful organisation is their “great people”. These people form a community who believe in the organisation’s reason for being and are committed to delivering valuable outcomes. In the same way, a community of learners in an organisation form a powerful and supportive group who encourage and inspire each other to learn. Using ACC programmes, tools and support materials, the staff can be part of the professional development journey – firstly as individuals and then as a community – ultimately delivering high quality outcomes for the older people they care for.

ACC valued members have a strong sense of community and a commitment to ongoing learning. They are supported by ACC and nurtured by the leaders, managers, educators and supervisors of the organisations we work with. For more information about joining the ACC Community of Learning, please contact us here. 

Oscar ceremony for residents, relatives, and staff

 

“The feed back has been amazing, everyone was so impressed with the training video, relatives in particular who are now interested in viewing some of your other training.”

 

 

 

Please click here to read more from MHA Westbury . . . 

Small care providers look for quality learning they can trust

“There are a lot of providers out there and with limited training budget, I have to be sure that we are spending wisely’ said Margaret who is owner and manager at Meadow Lodge. ‘When I spoke to the team form ACC, they told me about the Skills for Care Endorsement Framework that helps care providers to choose a quality learning provider.

Please click here to read more from Meadow Lodge…

Supporting Lives, Supporting Choice at Wessex Care

“A supportive and easily accessible training system for my community team to use 24/7 to enhance their skills instantly and when individuals needs change”

Please click here to read more from Wessex Care . . .

Outstanding (and fun) learning at WCS

Residents are at the heart of everything we do, to the point where a resident wrote his own training course so staff could have a better understanding of his physical disability – promoting self-directed care.

 

 

Please click here to read more about WCS Care . . .

Joint partnership: working together

“As part of the Nottinghamshire County Council initiative to provide guidance and support for social care providers in the area, we have worked with ACC to deliver this valuable learning and development project.”

Please click here to read more about Optimum Workforce Leadership…

Joint partnership: working together

“As part of the Nottinghamshire County Council initiative to provide guidance and support for social care providers in the area, we have worked with ACC to deliver this valuable learning and development project.”

Please click here to read more about Optimum Workforce Leadership…

Training needs analysis at Leymar HealthCare

“We identified a gap in our staff’s development plan regarding supporting our clients with complex needs. Therefore, when our clients’ conditions deteriorated, we were unable to continue providing our services and the clients had to look for a new provider. This was very unsettling for the client and family members.”

Please click here to read more from Leymar HealthCare

Quality learning throughout a career

“By matching experienced staff’s strengths with other staff development needs and building learning plans around the ACC programmes, we have created individual development plans that have directly benefitted our staff and our residents. The result is real learning taking place through watching the ACC programmes and relating this back to real situations here in the care home.”

Please click here to read more from Friends of the Elderly…

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