FREE health and social care training with Rochdale Training

Date published: 12 January 2022

Rochdale Training has secured a training budget to support health and social care employers to train the workforce, with no costs to the employer. The fund is available for those who are employed and live in Greater Manchester.

There is flexibility for learners to mix and match units, which include levels 2 to 4. They are short size courses that can be delivered over 4-6 weeks (2 hours per week). It also includes the assessor award and training for team leaders/managers.

The training can be delivered at Rochdale Training or your site.

Training is aimed at staff in NHS, general practice, community and care homes.

Courses available:

  • Support Diabetes
  • Cause and spread of infection
  • Mental health problems
  • SMART targets and personal development
  • Promote continence
  • Pressure care
  • Dementia
  • Equality and diversity

For team leaders and managers the following courses are available:

  • Advanced knowledge of Person-Centred Care management
  • Award in assessing competence in the work environment
  • Pre-level 5 training

Register interest by 31st January by emailing

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