Training and Development

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We aim to provide a career and not just a job. We firmly believe that a fully trained team of colleagues with regular access to training and development opportunities will help us to provide the people we support with the best care possible. Whether you are joining Bright Futures with a wealth of experience in care, or it is a completely new challenge you will receive relevant training and the opportunity to develop your existing skills.

Our Process

Each of our new starters will attend a two-week induction. This will include an overview of Bright Futures, all relevant mandatory training and an introduction to all the skills and knowledge you will need to work with the people we support. Not only this but you will be given time to meet and interact with teams from all over the business as well as some of the people we support. Our induction is not only an excellent training experience but also a warm and welcoming introduction to the Bright Futures culture.

We are passionate about your learning not ending with your induction. You will continue to receive training appropriate to the setting in which you work, and the people you will be supporting. Refresher training is regularly carried out to ensure all skills are up to date and we are in line with any changes in legislation.

We also have a team dedicated to your development, who will support and guide you through your training and development journey. All our colleagues will be enrolled on a relevant apprenticeship if they do not already hold the qualification, which highlights the commitment to your ongoing learning and wanting to provide the best care possible.

Job Opportunities

As a growing organisation, there are lots of opportunities to progress within Bright Futures. Whether you want to work up to becoming a Registered Manager, move into being a trainer or a different head office function, we will support you through our Career Development Programme, as well as having regular conversations about your development.

If you want to work for a company that is passionate about the people we support and developing our colleagues then please check out our available roles.

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