Care to make a difference? Make it with us


What experience do i need?

 We  are all committed to improving the standards of care for our elderly  people, to give them options to continue to lead as full a life as  possible in their later years.  Although many carers have already worked in the health sector,  professional experience is not always needed. For instance, you may have  cared for a family member in the past. The important ingredients for  the role are universal, such as compassion, dedication, common sense, a  positive, outgoing personality and a good level of fitness. Needless to  say, you’ll be comfortable working on your own. 


Support in your role


Don’t worry. As a  carer, you’ll never feel on your own.  As part of your professional  development, there’s a real sense of team spirit.  As a demanding job, the support on offer tends to be very high.  Carers and clients are carefully matched, making sure you and the person  you’re looking after will get on well throughout your time together. In  fact, your wellbeing is taken just as seriously as the client’s.

Supervision is also there when needed, along with expert coaching and  mentoring. All so you can deliver the very best care, without ever  feeling you’re being left to cope alone.

If you’re brilliant at your job, there’s also the potential to step  up into a supervisor or management role, which means you’ll enjoy lots of scope for career progression  with us. And of course, you can relax knowing you’re working for a trusted, experienced company. 




We’re passionate about training carers to be the very best they can  be. Our training and induction process has since is inline with Skills for Care which is the strategic body for the adult social  care workforce. Our training covers the essential skills and knowledge to provide  care, in line with the Care Certificate. You’ll learn how to support  someone at home, including safe use of hoists, personal care, dementia  care and medication support, to name a few.  

How carer training at Brightcare works:

  • You’ll learn the theory and practical skills for providing quality home care
  • Expert trainers run our courses, each with hands-on experience in home care
  • All of our carers receive training in dementia care
  • Extra training is arranged as required – we invest in you and support your career development

Learn more about our carer training process and apply to join our team today.