Caring Homes Group gains royal recognition for upskilling colleagues

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Caring Homes Group (CHG) has been commended by the HRH The Princess Royal for its commitment to learning and development.

The care home provider was one of 48 businesses recognised by the City & Guilds Group’s 2018 Princess Royal Training Awards.

Liz Willis, Director of Learning and Organisational Development, Caring Homes Group said: “I am delighted that our dedication to training and development has been recognised in this way. At Caring Homes Group, we place a premium on ensuring that our colleagues and managers have the chance to learn and grow in their roles. We understand that this is not only good for them, but it is vital to the success of the business.”

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The Princess Royal Training Awards honours UK employers who have created outstanding training and skills development programmes which have resulted in exceptional commercial benefits.

CHG was recognised for its Future Leaders Programme which has contributed to two care homes gaining Outstanding, reduced turnover and positive feedback from relatives and colleagues.

The training programme fully supports CHG’s strategy, ensuring delegates are developing skills, knowledge and confidence relevant to their role and professional development. In addition, the programme is creating a strong network of colleagues who are keen to take ownership of their challenges and future successes and is providing colleagues with a more rewarding career.

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  1. Tracey Kingsley said:

    Well done to Caring Homes Group(CHG) recognised by City & Guilds Group’s #PrincessRoyalTrainingAwards for achieving outstanding training and skills development programmes, Liz Willis, Director of Learning and Organisational Development many congratulations to you and all the team.

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