About Alma Care Training
Alma Care Training are committed to providing in-depth training courses to encourage equal opportunities & empower delegates to maximise their own potential, knowledge & efficiency in the workplace, by ensuring they adopt a person-centred support & care approach.
Meet the Team
My name is Elizabeth Lewis. I deliver a blended learning approach to support health and social care providers to meet national standards like the Care Certificate, using assessments, evidence of competence recording, mentoring, eLearning, advice, guidance and face to face training.
I qualified as a nurse in 1970’s and have maintained revalidation through the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
My aim is to enable organisations to provide excellent care and support, by providing stimulating and effective training.
Delivering training – Elizabeth’s perspective
I have developed ‘in house’ courses that are compatible and adaptable to the needs of all care staff at differing levels. I believe that training should be innovative, flexible, stimulating, effective and of a high quality. I offer learning opportunities that are designed and delivered to enable the individual to develop evidence based knowledge and skills.
I am committed to providing in-depth training that encourages equal opportunities and empowering delegates to maximise their own potential, knowledge and efficiency in the workplace, by ensuring they adopt a person-centred support and care approach. We aim to facilitate learners to be able to transfer their knowledge in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.
Health and Social Care courses, where relevant, are mapped to the Care Certificate 2015 and where appropriate, meet the learning outcomes as defined in the Skills for Care Common Core Principles. They can also be used as core knowledge for underpinning further study towards QCF Diploma in Health & Social Care.