PortWell UK is a regional based training organisation and consultancy, delivering quality original training and management solutions to care workers and their leaders.

We offer a Learning Community to people in the care field, supporting learners as they develop in their roles. Participants in our training programme can gain nationally recognised qualifications at all levels.

The founders of PortWell UK have a vision of those working in the care industry being supported to learn and grow with pride and empowerment in their roles.

We believe that everyone can be empowered through their learning, and that learning helps people understand their profession and increase their skills and knowledge by connecting with other people in the field.

Above all, we treat everyone that we work with according to their individual and organisational needs in order to create a service that is unique to them.

Shared Lives

Empowering your staff team through learning is the key to their development as well as the development of the services they provide. We can help you meet this challenge.

 

 

 

Care Certificate

For further information on our courses

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Information and advice

Great page full of resources https://www.westsussexconnecttosupport.org/s4s/WhereILive/Council?pageId=1669

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'Vital' to recruit more young care workers

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How to hold a disciplinary | Citation

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West Sussex County Council

It's not Brexit that will be our challenge, it's the way we support the vulnerable in our society.

Nationally, adult social care faces a £3.6bn funding gap by 2025. Extra funding is needed to close this gap.

Government needs to use the Spending Review to secure the immediate future of the ... See more

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