Values in Care have very positive experiences in the ability to recruit and retain highly experienced and committed staff. We do everything in our ability to create a highly motivating and rewarding environment for our staff, and we aim to keep both staff and the residents as happy as possible.
Values in Care’s latest Employee Satisfaction Survey illustrated that 99% of staff would say it is a good Company to work for and 100% of staff are positive about the training they receive to do their jobs well.
Values in Care has two key aims: to provide an appropriate environment and support for people with complex learning disabilities, and also to provide good working conditions for the staff providing that care and support. We are committed to continuing professional development, and in addition to statutory training, we also provide specialist training in TEACCH and SPELL for working with and understanding individuals with autistic spectrum disorders. We are active members of The Association for Real Change (ARC) and Partners in Autism, through the National Autistic Society.
Values in Care has its own Training and Development Centre approved by City & Guilds and the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health which enable us to provide all required sector specific training as well as professional development training and succession planning opportunities.
If you are interested in working for Values in Care, please see our current vacancies page for positions available within our team.