The Team

We have a wide range of experience and qualifications within our team, and we are committed to ensure we promote the highest standard of care to our service users.

 

 

Office Team 

Lynda Barksby

WHO AM I?

Lynda Barksby is the initial founder of Millennium Homecare, and Co-Director. Her knowledge is partially built from experience gained through her commencement in the care sector in 1987.  

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Lynda is responsible for the everyday performance of Millennium, continual investment in the business growth, evolution of ideas and creativity to ensure customer satisfaction and maintenance of a care service second to none. 

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Lynda’s greatest value is Empathy.  Empathy is a universal team value that promotes high commitment and cooperation in the workplace.  It is the ability to understand another person’s perspective or circumstance whether she agrees with this person or not.  Lynda’s empathic personality gives her curiosity and a desire to know and understand others, which is a great strength when providing community care and supporting staff. 

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Outside of work you will find Lynda mostly upside down, in her second career as an Instructor of aerial arts; trapeze, silks, pole fitness, rope and aerial yoga.  When standing upright she shares her time between family, Mum to four and Grandparent to three and her menagerie of animals. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ 4 in Health and Social Care

Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care

Level 3 Certificate in Performance Management

Designated Safeguarding Lead (for children and adults)

Cultural Awareness in Safeguarding 

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

Level 3 First Aid at work

Stress Management

Safeguarding children

Therapy for anxiety

Foundations in Dementia

Mental Health Awareness

Medication Awareness

 

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Rigging fundamentals for aerial performance

300 hour Yoga teacher training

Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga teacher training

Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology

Aerial Yoga teacher training

Xpert Level 1 and 2 Pole and aerial teacher training

Xpert Childrens pole and aerial fitness teacher training

Trapeze teacher training

Silks teacher training

Lisa Gale

 

WHO AM I?

Lisa Gale is one of the Director's of Millennium Homecare service Ltd.

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Lisa has worked in the care sector for 27 years within care homes and community care. Lisa has been a director of Millennium Homecare Services Limited since 2001.  Lisa manages the team to be the very best they can be, to enable home support workers to provide service users with the highest standard of community care.

 

MY MAIN VALUE?

Lisa values the team she works with, offering support, guidance and encouragement to enable them all to feel valued within this highly organised and dedicated caring team. Hoping this work ethic is then highly noticeable with the care provided. 

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Lisa feels blessed by the little things in life, spending precious time with her family, family holidays, walking, watching football, Hotpod Yoga and Rockbox.  

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ’S 2 & 3 & 4 In Health and Social care

D32/33 NVQ Assessor

Diploma Level 5 in Leadership and Management

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

Medication Awareness

Beth Barksby

 

WHO AM I?

Beth Barksby joined Millennium on a temporary basis in 2014, having grown up in an environment of care providers it was almost inevitable that her path would take this route, she is still with Millennium today.  

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Beth originally contributed as a receptionist and over time she has gained knowledge, experience and training to bring her to where she is today. Beth oversees reception, creates allocation of the weekly work schedule to front line workers, completes risk assessments, organises hospital discharges and implements new care packages.

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Beth takes a great deal of pride in promoting, offering and finding resourceful ways to maintain independence within each individual’s home and with safety at the forefront.  Beth has a strong presence about her and is very spirited in her approach and expectations of our service being person centred. 

 

PERSONAL LIFE

If you visit Millennium’s office, you will meet Beth’s much loved companion, Lexi. Not dissimilar in personality to Beth, lively, friendly, chatty, (maybe likes a belly rub) who knows.  Beth’s social time is spent walking Lexi, meeting friends and connecting with her family. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 3 Child Health and Social Care

NVQ 2 in Health and Social Care

Diploma Level 3 in Health and Social Care

Health and Safety for Manages

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

First Aid at work

Safeguarding for children

Level 3 in Dementia Care

Mental Health Awareness

Medication Awareness

Keily Fanshaw

 

WHO AM I 

Keily Fanshaw - Office / care co-ordinator 

 

Keily has worked here at Millennium Homecare since November 2013.

 

Before this Keily attended Newbold Community School, from there Keily went on to study Business Administration with Chesterfield College. This is how Keily began to work at Millennium Homecare undertaking a Business Administration Apprenticeship.

 

Keily worked on reception answering the second line, from there took on more responsibilities including the main role of reception and now in 2020 is a office / care coordinator.

 

WHAT DO I DO

Keily's main role is the allocation of service of user visits, ensuring service users are priority, which includes ensuring continuity throughout. Keily is also responsible for the acceptance and allocation of new service users, overseeing reception, and managing daily activities of the office. 

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Keily has a strong work ethic towards her roles and responsibilities.  It is important to her that she achieves the highest standard in everything she sets her mind too and in all she is required to complete, thus creating a very solid foundation and contributing vastly towards the stability and growth of Millennium Homecare. 

PERSONAL LIFE

In Keily's spare time she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going out for food, day trips, going on holiday. Keily is looking forwards to achieving a qualification in Advanced Dementia care, once gained, she will use this newfound knowledge to support service users as a specialist service.  

 

QUALIFICATIONS
10 GCSE's Grade A - C (including, English, Maths, Science, IT)

NVQ Level 2 Business Administration 

NVQ Level 3 Diploma in Business Administration 

Bridging The Dementia Divide: Supporting People Living With Dementia - Short course with Derby University 

Medication / Moving & Handling / Equality & Diversity / Safeguarding / Mental Capacity

Joan Antcliff

WHO AM I?

Joan has 15 years’ experience of working in a care home including two years as acting manager. Joan joined Millennium Homecare Services Ltd in January 2005 as a Home Support Worker in the community for four months then she gained the role as a Care coordinator.

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Joan carries out all Risk Assessments, attends reviews and introduces new members of staff to service users. Joan also conducts spot checks, support workers appraisals, updates files and supports staff with any new moving and handling issues with service users.

 

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Joan believes in equal opportunities for all, promoting privacy, dignity, respect, communication, and confidentially ensuring everyone has the best possible quality of life. She maintains excellent working standards to ensure all the service users receive high standards of care.

 

PERSONAL LIFE

When Joan isn’t at work she enjoys time with her family, socialising with friends, going out for meals and having a drink. She also enjoys spending time with her animals on the farm. She doesn’t like hot drinks i.e. tea or coffee doesn’t like spicy foods, reading books or daily newspapers.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 3 in Health and Social care

Providing effective supervision

Recruitment and selection

Risk assessment and record keeping for Managers

Untoward incident reporting strategies

Health and safety for managers

Incontinence products and fitting of

Advanced medication

Corona virus awareness and infection

All mandatory and none mandatory training

Georgia O'rouke

 

WHO AM I?

Georgia O (Big Georgia) became a part of the Millennium team as a Home Support worker in 2005 before applying and successfully gaining a post as Community coordinator. 

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Georgia has played many roles within Millennium before settling into her present position as implementor and overseer of a high standard of personal care, meal preparation and communication out in the community.  This role has Georgia implementing and rolling out her attitude to attention to detail, traveling around Derbyshire, meeting service users, their families and friends and our team of Home support workers.  In addition, and as a mentor to new recruits you can be positive in receiving only the best care provision and with consistencies in our service, from your team of Home support workers.

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Dignity and Respect are Georgia’s driving force, implementing standards of care that she, herself would expect. 

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Georgia is the proud mum of two boys (well, men) one of whom has two children, providing her with the delightful roll of Grandparent.  Georgia’s social time is spent reading, meals out and socialising with friends and family.  

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 3 in Health and Social care

Health and Safety for manages

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

Mental Health Awareness

Medication Awareness

Georgia Coltart

WHO AM I?

Georgia Coltart (little Georgia).  Whilst studying beauty at Chesterfield College, Georgia commenced work for Millennium as a Home support worker in 2010.  Upon completion of her course she decided that Health and social care was where she wanted to be.  In 2011 Georgia began working in the office alongside her community hours. 

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Georgia presently works Mondays and Tuesdays in admin and receptionist roles, she is probably one of the team you would speak with on these days, as her role sees her communicating with front line workers and other professional bodies as and when required for a multitude of reasons that community care brings to the office. 

 

MY MAIN VALUE

“Compassion”, although this means “to suffer together” it is her intention to reduce any suffering that can be experienced through life’s challenges that we are sometimes faced with.  Georgia feels that by being compassionate and forming a good relationship with the person you are caring for is vital and beneficial for their care. Without this, trust isn’t built up, and the correct relationships aren’t formed.

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Georgia also plays a vital role within the NHS as a Diabetes Support worker (2 days per week).  Her time is spent with family and friends, socialising, but most importantly with her son. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 / 3 Health and Social care Health and Safety for manages

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

Mental Health Awareness

Medication Awareness

PERSONAL QUALIFICATION

NVQ Level 2 in Beauty                                                                                       

 

 

 

Megan Barnett

WHO AM I?

Megan Barnett became Millennium’s main Receptionist in June 2019 before this Megan attended Springwell Community College, and then Chesterfield College where she gained her NVQ level 1 in Health and social care. 

 

WHAT DO I DO?

As main receptionist, Megan is responsible for maintaining good communication links between service users, their families and front line workers through to professional bodies who support the health and well-being of people choosing to continue to live at home with a support network.  This vital communication ensures the upkeep of safety, wellness, independence and choice of Millennium service users and those involved in the care Millennium provides.  Megan also maintains the smooth running of admin roles with in the office.  Megan has recently started care work in the community and is thoroughly enjoying this, as she genuinely likes to help others.   

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Megan is a very positive individual, who has an enthusiastic approach towards the care of service users. Through Megan’s personality it is clear to see that where she can help, she thrives in doing so.  Her eagerness to please, learn and achieve is growing with her each and every day.

 

PERSONAL LIFE

When Megan is not at work, she enjoys interacting with others on social media. Spending time with family, especially her nephew, and friends. Going away on holiday with family. Megan also enjoys watching all genres of films.
 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 1 in Health & Social care
Care Certificate
Coronavirus Awareness
Emergency First Aid
Medication
Mental Capacity
Moving & Handling

Mark Hunt

 

WHO AM I?

Mark Hunt.  Mark left school in 1978 when he started his dedicated career to just one brass foundry company, climbing the ladder through a variety of positions and responsibilities until taking voluntary redundancy in 2011.  Following a short period of time Mark felt compelled to return to employment, this is where he joined Millennium on a part time basis as a Home support worker.

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Mark found a niche to use his years of varied experience from his previous employment, in his new role as Millennium’s Policy, procedures and Human resource administrator.  Mark is responsible for reviewing, reviving and amending all policies and procedures in line with legislation. 

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Marks has very strong views of accomplishment and can often be heard saying “If a jobs to be done, it needs to be done correctly and to the best of your ability”.  This can be seen in Marks structured way of working and implementing.

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Mark enjoys the outdoor environment, wildlife and animals.  His social time is shared out with some of the following interests, wakeboarding, rock climbing, wind surfing, holidays, walking and caring for a variety of pets, the usual and unusual. 

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 3 in Health and Social Care

Level 2 in the principles of working with individuals with learning difficulties

Level 2 in employment rights and responsibilities in health, social care or children and young person settings

Level 3 in preparing to work in Adult social care

Level 2 in Equality and diversity

Level 2 in understanding the care and management of diabetes

Health and safety for managers

Coronavirus awareness and Infection control

Mental Health Awareness

Medication Awareness

Level 3 First Aid at work

PERSONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Basic engineering craft studies

Team building / leadership

Master production scheduling

NEBS certificate in management

Leading manufacturing excellence

Diploma in information technology

Health & Safety / work in safety

Rigging fundamentals for aerial performance

Kate Cockayne

WHO AM I?

Kate started out at 17 years old at a domiciliary provider in an administration role which then progressed to a care co-ordinator role. She joined Millennium in 2008 and carried out various roles before leaving to pursue a passion to attend university.

 

WHAT DO I DO?

Kate looks after the website for Millennium and carries out general administrative tasks alongside her current nurse training.

 

MY MAIN VALUE

Kate's main value is to promote innovation within health and social care. Kate believes that there is always room for improvements and is frequently thinking how things can be improved in order to enhance the care provided to service users.

 

PERSONAL LIFE

Kate has a passion for travelling, the most recent being Norway. She also has an interest in interior design and has enjoyed renovating two properties during the last few years. Kate also enjoys spending time with her son and going out for meals.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 Business Administration

NVQ Level 2 Information Technology

NVQ Level 2 Health and Social Care

NVQ Level 3 Health and Social Care

BsC Psychology Degree

MA Dementia Studies Degree

Community Team 

Our community team undergo extensive training to enable them to meet the needs of our service users. This includes First aid, Person centred care recording, Dementia awareness, understanding personal care needs, medication awareness and many other forms of specialist training. 

Anita Hawkins

WHAT DO I DO?

Anita has worked for Millennium Homecare Services since 2009 in her role as Home Support Worker.

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Hasland, North Wingfield, Grassmoor and Boythorpe

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Anita thrives on her ability to support people living in their own homes. She feels that helping people it is an important part of her role.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Anita collects tigers and enjoys day trips out.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

 

Michele Wilkinson

WHAT DO I DO?

Michelle has worked for Millennium Homecare Services since 2013 in her role as Home Support Worker, but has maintained a caring role since 1995

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Barlborough and Lowgates

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Michelle has an Empathic, very patient, sunny, respectful and caring personality.  She sees herself as observant and reliable.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

An avid Man United supporter, most sports, gardening, music and spending time with her family are what keep Michelle busy outside of work.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

 

Courtney Fletcher

WHAT DO I DO?

It was 2010 when Courtney blessed Millennium with her presence, prior to this she had 1 year care experience.

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Dronfield

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Courtney takes pride in her resilience to deal with what can sometimes be very challenging situations.  Courtney ensure that when providing support for our service users, she does so to a high standard, as defined by CQC (regulatory body).

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Outside of work, Courtney continues to care for her horse and other animals. 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Natalie Jenkinson

WHAT DO I DO?

Natalie joined Millennium in 2019 as a Home Support Worker

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Covers a variety of areas in and around Chesterfield

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Natalie is kind, caring and compassionate.  Everything she does is to the best of her ability.  It is important to Natalie when supporting our service users that she does so with good quality care, enabling them to live in their own homes.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Natalie has a family of her own and when not working she enjoys her time with them on family days out, reading and listening to music.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 and 3 in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Ann Coyne

WHAT DO I DO?

2013 welcomed Ann to Millennium.

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Ann covers Shirebrook

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Patience, communication skills, empathy and compassion are Ann’s strengths. Promoting privacy and dignity are Ann’s values

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Ann enjoys winding down with jigsaws and watching TV

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Sarah Price

WHAT DO I DO?

Since leaving school Sarah has periodically been employed in a caring role, but it has been since 2013 that she stayed in the profession.  Sarah joined Millennium in 2018

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Inkersall

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Sarah demonstrates a compassionate nature and the ability to listen well.  It is important to Sarah, that people using our service are given time to talk and know they are being listened to.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

When enjoying her own time, Sarah likes to read, walk and socialise with friends.

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Amelia Ferguson

WHAT DO I DO?

Amelia began her care career in 2011, she joined Millennium in 2012

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Dronfield

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Amelia demonstrates a caring, patient, respectful and communicative approach to all service users and their families.  It is important to Amelia that everyone receives a service that promotes a good standard of quality care. 

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

If you’re out and about in Dronfield you may bump into Amelia walking her dog, Blue in her spare time.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ Level 2 in health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Yvonne Poole

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Yvonne joined Millennium in 2014 as a Home Support Worker.

If you’re looking for support in Newbold, Yvonne could be one of your team

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Yvonne takes time in listening to peoples stories.  Yvonne feels her strengths are professionalism,

caring nature and interest in people

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

In her social time, Yvonne enjoys the company of her dogs, walking, horse riding,

and reading books

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Lindsey Webley

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Millennium’s Staveley team grew in strength when Lindsey joined our team in 2014.

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Lindsey shows immense empathy towards her work colleagues and those she supports

in their own homes, offering an ear to listen and a hand to hold.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

In her social time, family, friends and holidays are important.

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 2 Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Andrew Sinfield

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Andy joined the Newbold team in 2013

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Andy takes pride is his role, ensuring the health and well-being of those he supports

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

When not at work, Andy enjoys his spare time riding his bike and fishing

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 2 Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Carol Severn

 

WHO AM I?

Carol Severn

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Carol joined the Newbold team in 2016

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Carol encourages life and laughter with the time she spends supporting people.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

When not at work, Carol values her family and friends time and will also include some shopping

 

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 2 Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Jade Jennings

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Millennium saw Jade’s arrival in 2009, her work area of expertise is Inkersall / Hollingwood /

 Brimington and occasionally Wingerworth.

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Jade says she works well in a team, she feels her qualities are listening and caring

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

When not at work, Jade enjoys walks with her dog Bella and spending time with

Family and friends

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 2 / 3 Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Rachel Hawkins

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Rachel joined in 2013, working in Inkersall / Hollingwood /

Brimington and occasionally Wingerworth.

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Rachel feels her role supports people to remain in their own homes as long as possible

whilst maintaining their independence safely. 

 

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

Rachel enjoys walking, reading, cross stitch and bike riding

QUALIFICATIONS

NVQ level 2 / 3 Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Marcus Wright

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Marcus joined Millennium in 2019, supporting teams in and around Chesterfield

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

My strengths as a home support worker would be my friendly approach to others, the respect for others I have, my sense of humour and my passion for caring.

From personal experience I have gained the understanding of the sensitivity the job requires, the ability to stay calm under pressure and the understanding of basic healthcare and hygiene standards.

All this added with the excellent training provided by Millennium Homecare has made me a competent home support worker.

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

My hobbies and interests involve spending time with my wife and 3 boys. We like to go on hikes and muddy walk adventures. And when we are relaxing we like to watch family movies and play games together. Besides spending time with my family I like to listen to music, read (mostly Stephen King) and do D.I.Y whenever I can.

QUALIFICATIONS

After leaving school I attended Chesterfield College and studied Automotive Body & Paint Level 1 and passed with distinction. Although I use those skills at home I never took that education further

All Mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

Rebekah Annable

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Hasland area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Gemma Barksby

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Gemma is one of our sleep in’s and sitting call support staff

 

STRENGTH AS A HOME SUPPORT WORKER

Gemma is fun loving, compassionate and caring

 

HOBBIES AND INTERESTS

She enjoys socialising with family, friends and bringing up her own family of a son and daughter

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional none mandatory training

 

Sandra Bates

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Mostly Staveley and surrounding areas.  Sandra is also responsible for the emergency out of hours services. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Samantha Crowther

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington and surrounding areas. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Shirly Fox

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Mark Furniss

 

WHO AM I?

Mark Furniss with Millennium since 2012

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Gordon Gaynor

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington and Newbold area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Susan Heywood

 

WHO AM I?

Susan Heywood with Millennium since 2009

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Newbold area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 / 3  NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Kayleigh Hill

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Richard Hill

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Newbold area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Lynzi Martin

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Leanne Richardson

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington and Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

Joanne Rowley

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Katie Smith

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Newbold area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Tori Swinden

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Balborough area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2/ 3  NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

 

Danielle Ward

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Christine Worthy

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Whittington and Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

Lynn Watson

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Newbold area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social care

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

 

Ruby Craig

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Staveley area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social care

All Mandatory training

Additional nonmandatory training

 

 

Olivia Selby

 

WHAT AREA DO I WORK?

Shirebrook area

 

QUALIFICATIONS

All mandatory training

Additional non mandatory training

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Office hours:

Monday throughout Friday

09:30am - 16:00pm

Registered office: 

2 Avenue Road

Whittington Moor

Chesterfield

S41 8TA

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