Training

At Pulse Community Healthcare, we’re committed to ensuring our workers receive the training and support they need to give excellent care to our clients. We make a significant investment to provide high-quality training, delivered to you through a combination of practical classroom courses and online self-learning.


Specialist Training

All support workers will undertake specialist training to work with a specific client. This could be through a classroom based course, online training, or “on the job”. This type of specialist training could be one or more of the following:

At Pulse Community Healthcare, we’re committed to ensuring our workers receive the training and support they need to give excellent care to our clients. We make a significant investment to provide high-quality training, delivered to you through a combination of practical classroom courses and online self-learning.

  • Medication administration and documentation
  • Working with a client with respiratory difficulties
  • Working with a client with spinal difficulties
  • Working with a client with epilepsy or diabetes
  • Understanding enteral feeding
  • Basic Observations
  • Pressure area care management
  • Working with an end of life client

Our commitment

What is vital for you, for the client you work with and for us as an organisation is that we:

  • Enable you to perform your role confidently and competently
  • Contribute towards your continuous professional development and enhance your skills
  • Assist in increasing your potential career opportunities
  • Give you the opportunity to develop in specialist areas of care
  • Continually strive to improve the client experience

All our training is aligned to the Skills for Health ‘Core Skills Training Framework’ (CSTF) a nationally recognised standard.

To find out more information about our training or any of the other benefits that we offer to our candidates, register using the form below or contact us.