Park House Healthcare

Staff secure unprecedented success for Park House Healthcare

Fri, 10 Jun 2011

On Wednesday 8th June another milestone in the staff development programme at Park House Healthcare was reached, when Councillor Margaret Bates presented another twenty-seven members of staff with their Qualification Achievements.

 

Park House Healthcare realise that their most valuable resource will always be their people and place very high priority on continuously encouraging staff to develop their skills and progress as part of their own career development programmes. These development programmes are tailored around a range of training initiatives that are designed to develop individual's skills in line with current business objectives.

 

Presiding over the company’s fourth certificate presentation, Managing Director Stephen Owens congratulated the staff on their achievements, “The most important part of our business is our people, without them we would not have been able to achieve the unprecedented success that we are currently enjoying. I am proud of each and every one here today who have worked hard and achieved their qualifications, you are all a credit to Park House Healthcare”

 

Mr Owens also thanked Colin Lister and Carol Escott of Joseph Priestley College - Services to Business, for their part in the successful partnership that both organisations have enjoyed over the past four years. This working partnership with Joseph Priestley College has seen the ongoing programme of staff training and developments at Park House Healthcare earn employees with qualifications in numerous key business areas.

 

Councillor Margaret Bates opened the presentation by saying “I am delighted and privileged to be associated with a company like Park House Healthcare, it is wonderful to see a local company have such great success and I am delighted to see it grow from strength to strength. From the young faces to the familiar faces I see here today, I am proud of each and every one of your achievements.”

Qualifications were achieved across a variety of disciplines, ranging from Professional Trainer, Team Leading and Customer Service to Information Technology, Warehousing and First Line Management. The next generation of training and development programmes at Park House Healthcare will be a range of apprenticeship schemes that are planned to commence from September of this year.