Penny and Nic spend a productive at Regent College, Shelton.
This morning Penny and I met with Jim Cullen and (briefly) David Vincent from Regent College in Shelton. We received a warm welcome and had a very productive morning discussing how Regent College and the Creative Communities Unit can develop a collaborative approach to our work. They specialise in providing residential, nursing and education for people with learning disabilities and autism. One of the most striking things for me from our meeting was how, underlying all of their work, deep at the heart, is a commitment to addressing inequalities. Regent college are expanding their staff teams (a rare thing in the current climate) and so always have staff vacancies. They also have an extensive and comprehensive training programme for all staff so you will be well supported if you worked with them.
I have attached a little bit of information here, and also some links to their website. It is well worth a visit.
Richmond Care Group – Regent College
77 Shelton New Road, Stoke on Trent ST4 7AA
Shelton care Ltd established in 1998 operates nationally as Richmond Care Group. It specialises in providing residential, nursing and education for people with a learning disability and autism. All parts of this diverse service operate within the Stoke on Trent area. The company is a conscientious employer which employs several hundred staff across the company. Shelton Care prides itself on its strength in community participation which it achieves through its growing partnership working program. The company is extremely focused on recruiting, training and mentoring new staff into the industry. The head office and training centre currently operate from the Regent College Campus on Shelton New Road. Applications for jobs and volunteering can be made by an initial phone call to Sue Berresford’s team on 01782 263104.
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