Welcome to Comfort Keepers Training
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Comfort Keepers Training - Professional Training for carers working in the home.
Home Care is one of the hardest yet most rewarding careers that you can do.
Carers are lifelines to the world for the people they care for. Their primary job is to assist in a wide range of daily tasks that have become too difficult to manage. Carers also assist people with long term medical conditions and in rehabilitation after illness. Carers can provide personal care and medication reminders to those they care for.
Most importantly carers provide companionship, friendship and security to their clients and are key to their continued wellbeing and happiness. Carers allow people to remain happy and independent in their own homes.
A Caring Qualification
Anyone can apply to Comfort Keepers Training courses in Homecare. Experience is not necessary though a caring nature is essential if caring is to be your career. Completion of Comfort Keepers Training courses is the first step in becoming a professional carer.
Are you a family carer?
Many people decide to enrol in a Comfort Keepers Training course while caring for a family member. Family carers learn new care techniques to help them in their work and help them to manage difficult situations that can occur with their loved one. Comfort Keepers Training is a great way to meet other family carers and exchange stories and experiences. Our dedicated training staff are delighted to provide one to one advice and training for you.
Some family carers decide to care as a career. Comfort Keepers Training will help you to transition your caring skills to the workplace.
Protection for Learners
As a provider of a FETAC programme that is more than 3 months in duration, we are subject to Section 43 of the Qualifications Act 1999. This means that, if for any reason, we are unable to continue to provide the programme you are enrolled on, we have arrangements in place, in the form of a bank guarantee, which ensures that your fees will be refunded to you. If we need to do this, we may need to share the learner information we hold on you with FETAC.
This does not infringe the Data Protection Act 1988 and 2003.If you would like to discuss these arrangements further or if you have any questions please contact Bren McElroy, Training & Business Development Manager, email@example.com, Comfort Keepers Training, 12 Mountjoy Square, Unit 7/8, Dublin 1, Tel: 01 804 7333