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Staffordshire care training experts Acacia Training invites people to apply for 20 new apprenticeship vacancies across the West Midlands on behalf of HC-One.

Acacia Training is looking for apprentices in the West Midlands on behalf of HC-One, who operate dementia, nursing, residential and specialist care homes throughout the UK.

Acacia Training is one of the largest training organisations in the UK. They specialise in the areas of Business Skills, Childcare and Support Teaching, Employability Skills, Hairdressing and Barbering and finally Health and Social Care. 

Trainess aged 18 and over, with a keen interest in the care sector are urged to apply. If successful, applicants will join HC-One starting work in a care setting around the West Midlands whilst studying a health and social care qualification with Acacia Training.

Julie Arrowsmith, leading in recruitment at Acacia Training explains: “We are very proud to have been appointed by HC-One to recruit and train the next generation of carers for their care homes in the West Midlands region. HC-One is a fantastic, nationwide company that employs and trains committed staff to provide the very best care to care home residents.

She adds: “HC-One offers an initial training allowance of £5 per hour in line with national set apprenticeship pay rates. They also offer career progression routes to the role of nursing assistant once the apprentice has successfully completed their training.”

Roles are now available in the West Midlands: Burntwood, Dudley, Stafford, Coventry and 37 other vacancies are on offer in East Midlands. Acacia Training are employing around 50 people with the hope to employ more people in the future.

Acacia are looking for candidates who have a calm approach who can take the time to understand the needs of Residents. No experience is necessary as successful applicants will be fully trained and supported through their apprenticeship program.

To find out more about the vacancies or apply visit Acacia Training’s  website or email them.