Clear Pathway care provide support for all adults aged 18 years and older of both sexes with the aim of supporting them back into the community. We promote individuals to keep in touch with their families and friends and be encouraged to maintain links with their own community where possible and to support everyone to integrate and become a valued member of their community.
Our services are tailored to each individual and specialise in Autism, Learning Disabilities, Communication problems, Challenging Behaviour and other associated health issues. We pride ourselves on providing a high standard of care and safety within a homely environment where the individual can feel valued, safe and take pride in their surroundings.
A strength of Clear Pathway Care services is the training provided. Every member of staff, prior to commencing work completes a two-week induction which includes time set aside for observations of working practice. We support staff with ongoing professional development and QCF level 2,3 and 5 accreditations. All staff members receive regular updated training on key training programmes e.g Child and Adult safeguarding and Fire training.
When staff members initially start employment, they are on a 6-month probationary period whereby there is a requirement to complete The Care Certificate, Autism Workbook and attend all mandatory training that has been provided. During this period staff will have monthly probation meetings and if successfully passing the probation period staff members will then receive bi-monthly supervision as a minimum and yearly appraisal.
No experience necessary, suitability for this role relies much on your personality, drive and goals. You will need to be caring, patient and able to consistently deliver the highest level of care and support. You will be expected to care for our service users as if they were your own family, sometimes the best care is just a friendly face and the ability to listen. If you aren’t already working towards QCF level 3 you will enrolled within your first year of service.
A suitable candidate will have some experience working with people with challenging behaviour and will already hold QCF level 3. Training will be provided so you act a champion amongst the team with your specialist knowledge. You will be able to help other staff with their development and be able to run shifts in the absence of a team leader, on occasion you will also cover senior staff on call.
You could be our next managers! You will either already have or be working towards QCF level 5. Taking ownership for line managing staff including some on call responsibilities. We will provide the opportunity for development and will encourage you to train in a specialist area of your choosing.
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