Here at Accuro Homecare we know how important it is for you as a new worker to build relationships with your team mates and with the people you will be supporting. We have designed your first day activities and induction program to give you the best possible start, our People Safety & Culture Team and Practice Coaches will support you to build connections from day one.
On your first day, we will spend time together going through your role. You will also get the chance to meet some customers and work alongside a Practice Coach delivering your first few services. This will provide a practical, hands-on introduction to the team and equip you with the tools you will use throughout your day; including how to use the Alayacare app to view your roster, make notes and review customer’s care plans.
We will then look at your availability and the people you could be soon supporting; introducing you to their care and support needs. You will be shown how to view all the information you need, so you feel confident to safely provide quality services and supports for your new customers on day one.
We are committed to providing the best services possible for people in the community. Our team do this by staying up to date with industry and practice changes, as well as refreshing their skills regularly. We have partnered with etrainu who are an industry leader in the delivery of online training for the disability and aged care sectors. Their team work in partnership with the NDS to ensure the courses stay up-to-date with best practice and the NDIS Practice standards. As one of our team, you will have access to this learning platform and we will also allocate time on your roster to complete training as needed throughout the year.
We are a registered NDIS provider, and everyone in our organisation is committed to providing great training and support to our team.
etrainu is a learning solutions provider that is building exceptional communities through education. Having partnered with National Disability Services (NDS), to create the NDS Workforce Essentials eLibrary, etrainu has delivered online training to over 800 care and support providers. These training solutions are mapped against the NDIS practice standards and have helped hundreds of providers stay compliant.
More information https://etrainu.com/
Our Direct Support Workers attended a 3 hour workshop in the office on Customer Service Skills. Helen, from Essential Skills Training and Recruitment, delivered the workshop in a fun and informative way making it enjoyable and worthwhile for all. Our Direct Support Workers where able to learn to better understand…
Did you know, 1 in 200 people in Australia have Epilepsy?
Several of our Direct Support Workers recently completed the "Epilepsy and Seizure Emergencies with Midazolam observation" workshop run by Essential Skills in Newcastle. This was a 3 hour workshop run by a registered nurse with a clinical competency for…
Many of our Direct Support Workers today attended a paid training workshop in Bowel Care. Delivered by a registered nurse at Essential Skills in Newcastle, this course covered the following topics;