Sue has worked in social care for over 36 years and a career spanning many different and varied roles. Joining the society in 1994 as a Deputy Manager, Sue progressed to Home Manager and then to Training Facilitator where she ensures that all staff are suitably trained and qualified, passing on her invaluable knowledge and experience.
During Sues extensive time in Social Care, she was enabled to undertake a ‘Level 4 Management Diploma’,’ Levels 1, 2 and 3’ in Care, the ‘Assessors Award’ for the delivery and support of Diplomas and the ‘PTLLS’ & CTLLS Trainers Award.
Sue’s goal is to ensure the individuals supported; receive the very best person-centred care the Organisation can deliver. To do this, Sue is very passionate about helping our staff members to receive training and support to achieve this goal.
Sue’s role, in these changing times, where face of training is vastly changing, is to identify and support the Training Manager to ensure our staff team receive Mandatory and bespoke training in line with our funding bodies and commissioners’ requirements.