The interview stage is fantastic, gives you an insite as to what is expected of you as a care and support worker, and gives you information of the company, after the interview stage you go out on shadow shifts which i think is beneficial before the training so you have an idea as to what the job entails.
Face to face interview with manager.
Easy and unprofessional. Anybody can get a job
No process, you get the job if you know someone who is working for Caremark or you know the directors and the training is next to nothing.
There is short cut to everything.
Anyone can get in
Just an informal chat & you're told at the end of it you've got the job.
Caremark talk through the job role and your plans and experience on the phone first. Then you may be invited for a formal interview where they will ask about your interests, your strengths and tell you anything you want to know about the company.
When you are offered a job, you will go in for training in all areas of care, and then will shadow an experienced care worker or supervisor so that you get to meet the clients without the pressure of actually going straight into the care work.
Not professional the man was always making inapropiable jokes from the start