BACS Training - Background
BACS Training was established in 2005 to meet a growing need for high quality training in the care sector, our focus is set on delivering realistic enjoyable and meaningful training to care staff across the region, since this time we have delivered care training into 300 individual care settings and to a large number of domiciliary care providers.
Our aim is to provide consistent training information linked to the current National Minimum Standards and current legislation, our training provision will not only meet the needs of the appropriate legislating bodies but the standards set by Bradford & Airedale Care School.
All students will be treated with respect and have their opinions valued, we aim to meet the needs of all learners and pride ourselves in our creativity to achieve this, all courses delivered by appropriately trained personnel who focus on their own development and consistency in order to fulfill the needs of the care sector, we aim give each individual a safe, friendly learning experience that will ultimately support the learning process and benefit the people they care for.
"To share our passion for improving the lives of vulnerable people"
Our organisational aims are:
- To provide each student with a complete understanding of the level of responsibility the care role requires.
- To provide each student with accurate information on their legal responsibilities and legislative requirements linked to the care sector.
- To provide each student with the knowledge required to make better decisions on care issues and the elimination of poor practice
- To provide each student with real skills that will support them through difficult times, reducing anxiety and adding quality to the lives of others.
- To meet the standards set by the Skills for Care.
- To meet the guidelines and regulations set be the Health and Safety Executive.
- To support and guide each student through developing to their full potential.