Keep calm, have examples of previous experience, show a willingness to learn
I would say do some research about the company and be prepared for pre-set battery of questions (quite standard)
You don't really have to have care experience, many people enter the job as a care assistant without it but in the interview show genuine interest in why you want to work in care and how you demonstrate caring values.
Don’t go for an interview for the priory in Winchmore hill it’s a waste off time unless your a different colour.
Find out the nature of the care sector they operate, i.e elderly, learning difficulties. How long has company been going. Be able to put across the experience you have in care sector and how you would be an asset. Show a willingness to learn.
Commitment, compassion, professionalism and experience and knowledge of your clients
Prepare by finding another interview with a company who will value you
Read up on company be prapered to do everything
If you value your sanity do not attend any interviews with Priory
Just have an open mind and be prepared to learn new things ... there's lots of scope
Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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