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Acacia Training named in top 5% of UK’s training providers

Here at Acacia Training, we’re celebrating after being rated in the top 5% of UK colleges and training providers based on a major survey of employer satisfaction levels in the further education sector.   More than 59,000 employers were asked to respond to the FE Choices employer satisfaction survey, which captures perceptions on the quality …

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Free Safeguarding Training Resources For Health and Social Care Providers

Are you an organisation who is looking for free safeguarding training resources for your team? Bradford Council has developed ‘Real Safeguarding Stories’, which are free safeguarding training resources. They have created a series of online awareness videos and content that outline the issues around safeguarding. These online videos are easy to use and can be …

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Health Watchdog suggests whistle-blower helpline to improve standard of care

Over in Northern Ireland, The Health Watchdog is recommending the introduction of a new confidential employee helpline to improve quality standards in the care sector. They believe a confidential helpline will help to reassure employees that there is a mechanism in place to report concerns about the standards of care they witness in their place …

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Diabetes Training: New diabetes figures show lifestyle choices are to blame

Public Health England (PHE) has unveiled new figures showing almost 4m people in England have diabetes – highlighting the huge strain faced by the health and social care services as a result.   According to PHE, approximately 90% of diabetes cases are Type 2 and can be prevented through an adjustment in the way people …

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