PA Role & Training

No two clients are the same. It’s what makes this role challenging, but immensely rewarding! You will be working day to day under instruction from our client; many of whom prefer to use the term Personal Assistant or PA rather than carer.

Training

Before starting work all Origin PAs attend a 5 day training course, in Lancaster. There you will meet all the Origin team. You’ll be taught what it means to be a PA and how you can help Make a Difference.  It is hands on and practical; to learn the skills you will need. PAs tell us that our experienced trainers make the induction course engaging, fun and confidence boosting.

Course Dates 2019

8th – 12th April 2019

13th – 17th May 2019

10th – 14th June 2019

8th – 12th July 2019

5th – 9th August 2019

9th – 13th September 2019

The CARE OF THE INDIVIDUAL WITH A SPINAL INJURY course is in depth and varied and covers topics from anatomy of the spine to food hygiene; first aid to bowel and urinary management; preserving personal dignity and confidentiality to how to move and handle your client safely – and so much more.

‘The training was the best I’ve ever had. It covered everything that’s important to the people we work with.’

Career Development

Our fee support package ‘Learn While You Earn’ can also help with costs for further study through The Open University.

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