Local Healthcare Providers Upskill at SERC

Healthcare employers take part in a Continuing Professional Development session at SERC.

Recruitment and Retention was order of the day when local Healthcare employers gathered at SERC to take part in a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) session.

Healthcare Training #BetterOffAtSERC was held at the College’s SPACE recently and offered an exciting opportunity for SERC to share their expertise on Recruitment and Retention in a challenging healthcare market as well as highlighting the bespoke training SERC can provide for managers, nurses, care assistants and other support staff working in the sector.

The Directors and Managers of the various care providers have recognised SERC as a partner in upskilling their staff in order to improve the quality of service they provide and to boost staff morale. 

Pictured above: Meeting the challenges of recruitment and retention in a challenging healthcare market at SERC were (front L-R) Theresa Morrison, Director of Nursing, Connected Health; Alison Shaw, Engagement Officer, NISCC; Imelda Briones, Deputy Manager, Somerton Nursing Home; Farah Vergara, Nursing Sister, Park Dene Nursing Home; Grace Pena, Nurse Manager, Lisadian House Nursing Home; Ciara O'Dwyer, HR Officer, Burnview Healthcare; Clair O'Connor, Home Manager, Bramblewood Care Home; Eldo Joy, Deputy Manager, Bramblewood Care.  (Back L-R): Annette Martin, Residential Manager, Oakmont Lodge Care Home; David Gore- SERC Apprenticeship Development Manager; Victoria Boyd- SERC Training Programme Manager; Olive Watson- SERC Training Consultant; Lisa Harrison, SERC Training Consultant; Michelle Devlin, SERC Head of School, School of Health, Early Years and Adult Education. 

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