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What does it mean to be CSTF-aligned? - As a healthcare professional in the UK, it's vital that you have the correct knowledge and skills to provide high-quality care to patients. The Core Skills Training Framework (CSTF) is a set of standards for statutory and mandatory training that provides essential...Read more >
How to become a trainer in GP services - In the constantly evolving healthcare field, professional development is required for healthcare professionals, including those involved in General Practice (GP) services. As the Care Quality Commission (CQC) regulates and oversees the quality of GP services in England, it becomes imperative for...Read more >
How to become a trainer in a hospital - Becoming a trainer in a hospital is a rewarding career path that allows healthcare professionals to contribute to developing competent teams and ensure high-quality care. This blog will explore why hospitals are regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and the...Read more >
I have completed mandatory training: Do I need to do the Care Certificate? - In the world of care, mandatory training and the Care Certificate are two important aspects that care workers need to be familiar with. While mandatory training covers essential topics and skills necessary for safe and effective...Read more >
Is the Care Certificate mandatory? - The Care Certificate is an accreditation that is often required for new healthcare support workers and adult social care workers entering the sector. In this blog, we will explore whether the Care Certificate is mandatory or not. Is the Care Certificate mandatory? Abstract Aims...Read more >